Andrew Sutcliffe

Rookie (The wonderful Rocky Mountains)

My Stuffed Dog - Poem by Andrew Sutcliffe

Pink, soft ears are like violets on your head
Pouting, Y shaped mouth turned down like a half moon
Little, leather nose is a marble of black ebony
Smooth, velvety skin like a bed of roses in spring
Cute, red ruby eyes are jewels set in your face
Miniature, delicate toes curled inward like a shy 1st grader

Your flair of a red bow like a splash of paint
The white fluff of your underbelly like light snow
The smell of your white tag like a fresh set of sheets

I know all this as I sit here
Stroking your soundless dark head of satin
While you stand there, motionless, like a king of stone


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 12, 2005



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