My Dogs Imagination - Poem by margaret haig
Missy my pug, gets into mischief each day,
Other times, she will get funny as she does play;
Picking up things, that don't belong to her at all,
Whether its new or old, or big or if it's small.
She will be so funny, with her imagination.
Missy likes to chew anything thats not a toy,
Sometimes to make me chase, till itll annoy;
She'll pull things down, and drag them around,
Till they're dirty, but as I get it, she's on the bound;
But her playing and watching tv, has imagination.
At night missy loves to watch a good movie,
The digital tv helps them, animals to see;
Then she will bark at elephants, and zebras too,
And cars and police vans, she thinks she'll jump thru;
This pug of mine, sure is funny, her imagination.
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But love covers a multitude of doggy sins.
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