Clarence Dumas


Me And My Winkie - Poem by Clarence Dumas

Teddy bears, night lights
Sleeping pills and a glass of warm milk
Nothing helps me rest better
than holding my Winkie
Ghosts and werewolves
Zombies, vampires
Nothing can frighten me
when I'm with my Winkie
Missed the bus to work, fired when I arrived
Evicted, no money left
Nothing can get me down
as long as I have my Winkie
Pretty pictures with stars and glitter
Adorable, drooling babies grinning from ear-to-ear
Nothing could be cuter
than my dear sweet Winkie
Sometimes my Winkie pops up
when I'm trying to study or work
I'm always happy to stop whatever I'm doing
just to play with my Winkie
My Winkie and I are leaving soon
to go to the park
My Winkie is sad 'cause he's the smallest dog there
I made sure that my Winkie knows someday he'll be a big boy too

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Could there be a closer bond than the one I share with my Winkie?

Comments about Me And My Winkie by Clarence Dumas

  • Justice Aaa (2/10/2013 11:22:00 PM)


    this is such a cute poem at first i thought you were talking about a old childhood stuf animal or something but a dog is super cute =) (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 10, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, February 11, 2013


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