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Author Name: Freepenfold18 4 Comments
Date Added: March 27, 2006 06:03:49 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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TEAK.

He's got four legs and wags his tail
 Got A rough brown coat like a rusty nail
Sad brown eyes, with a long pink tongue
He's an ugly sucker, but he's quite good fun

He's there at meal times, with eyes that plead
With his head on your lap and looking in need
If you look at him sideways, he'll turn on the charm
If you offer a titbit, he'll take half your arm

Yet fill up his bowl with real doggie food
And he'll turn up his nose, as if its no good
A ring on the door bell, he's off like a shot
The only thing is he can't always stop

We all know his bark is worse then his bite
But at midnight a door slams, he barks half the night
When you come home from work,, he's really quite daft
He charges right at you, like a rugby spring half
We know he's only doing his best, but its hard to remember
When he's half up your vest

If you yell out "Get down" he'll give a low moan
Then give you the eye treatment, like I'm glad that your home
But at the end of the day, he's not a bad dog
He's happy and playfull (and eats like a hog)

He's good to come home to, if down or alone
And lets face it without him, It would'nt be home
But maybe I'm bias (he's thick as a log)
When I'm really pissed off, he's nobodys dog.



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Comments:
Comment By: FreeGlata on March 31, 2006 07:29:38 AM Report
LOL He sounds like quite the companion! Our dog always looks starved to death but eats like a horse...he's never still, though...but like Teak, offer him a tidbit and lose half your arm!
Loved this!
Hugs...Glata
Comment By: FreeKevin Dutton on March 30, 2006 11:58:00 AM Report
Brilliant write Graham - superb words!

Kevin
Comment By: FreeCindy Bendel on March 28, 2006 07:56:01 AM Report
I loved reading this and the one about your cat. These are fun and delightful reads. Great job!

~Cindy
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on March 27, 2006 09:55:23 AM Report
GRAHAM
YET ANOTHER GREAT DAY TO MAKE ME SMILE.. I'M OF TO WORK NOW..GREAT POEMS.. LATER ~ ALWAYS ~ SCARLETT




 


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