Dogs At Night Poem by LeeAnn Azzopardi

Dogs At Night

Rating: 5.0

There's something about sleeping
With a dog
They don't like giving you any room
By lying horizontally on the bed
Giving you no space
As you uncomfortably hold on
To the edge of the bed
They sleep soundly until midnight
Until their need to pee erupts
Then, they howl at the moon
Greeting every other dog who
Has the need also
As you try to get them to come inside
On a cold, January morning in the wee hours
You're half-sleep
And yr bare feet are cold
But, in the end, you'll do anything for them

Sunday, May 21, 2023
Topic(s) of this poem: dogs,sleeping
Anjandev Roy 21 May 2023

Thank u, dear poetess......

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Anjandev Roy 21 May 2023

Great expression throughout..

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Michael Jack 22 May 2023

Keen observation. I liked it. Totally flattered.

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M. Asim Nehal 22 May 2023

Interesting poem, didn't knew about this particular fact of dogs at night. Thanks for sharing.5****

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Evelyn Judy Buehler 22 May 2023

A very nicely expressed, heartfelt poem, LeeAnn.

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Richard Wlodarski 21 May 2023

Great tribute to (wo) man's best friend. LeeAnn, from now on, whenever I listen to Three Dog Night, I'll think of this poem.

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Anil Kumar Panda 21 May 2023

Very nicely written about habits of dogs. Enjoyed.

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