New Puppy – (Dog Poems)

New Puppy

(Pets Poems – Dog Poems)

Don’t smell crotches, don’t eat plants.
Don’t steal food or underpants.
Don’t eat my socks, don’t grab my hair!
DON’T RIP THE STUFFING FROM THAT CHAIR!

Don’t eat those peas! Don’t touch that bush!
Don’t chew my shoes … What IS that mush?
Eat your cookie, drink your drink.
Outta the toilet! Outta the sink!!

Away from the “Cat Box” It’s for the Cat
…And MUST you kiss me? After that???
Yes, raising a puppy is not for the lazy!
Though puppies are funny, they’re also quite crazy.

But don’t despair, though its toil and strife.
After 3 years, you’ll get back your life!
So, let’s go for “walkies”, you can “do your thing”.
And perhaps I’ll get back my GOOD DIAMOND RING!

naughty puppy chewing sock

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A Dumped Dog’s Prayer – (Dog Poems)

A Dumped Dog’s Prayer

(Pets Poems – Dog Poems)

Don’t close the door! Don’t push me away.
Why are you leaving? Don’t make me stay.
Slow down the car, I can’t keep up.
This pavement is hot and my pads are cut.

I’ve got to quit running or my heart will pop.
Every muscle is aching. Why don’t you stop?
I’m so hungry and thirsty. Darkness is near.
But I shouldn’t leave, he will come for me here.

Several weeks have passed, I am dead on my feet.
They call me a nuisance because I eat off the streets.
Every car that passes, I chase it to see
If it’s my master coming for me.

Though I approach those that come near
With trust in my eyes and no sign of fear.
With hate in their voices and a cold, heartless stare,
They threaten to kill me – they don’t even care.

Batter my body with rocks that they throw,
I will not leave, he will come, don’t you know?
Overtaken with weakness, my body is numb.
I’m sick and so lonely. Oh please, let him come!

I will go back where he first threw me out.
I’ll wait for him there, he will come, no doubt.
My thoughts are fading. My chest feels like lead.
I’m sleepy, so sleepy .. I can’t lift my head.

It’s so quiet, so peaceful .. all remains still.
There is my master at my home on the hill.
Yes, I can see him, he’s calling my name.
His voice is so gentle, his hands are the same.

He decided he wants me. Things will be fine.
I really do love him, that master of mine.
My tail wags with pleasure. I can’t catch my breath.
He came in my dreams, but so did my DEATH!!

STREET-DOG-SAD

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A Dog Sits Waiting – (Dog Poems)

A Dog Sits Waiting

(Pets Poems – Dog Poems)

A dog sits waiting,
in the cold autumn sun.
Too faithful to leave,
too frightened to run.

He’s been here for days now,
with nothing to do,
but sit by the road,
waiting for you.

He can’t understand
why you left him that day.
He thought you and he,
were stopping to play.

He’s sure you’ll come back,
and that’s why he stays.
How long will he suffer?
How many days?

His legs have grown weak,
his throat’s parched dry.
He’s sick now from hunger,
and falls, with a sigh.

He lays down his head,
and closes his eyes.
I wish you could see how,
a waiting dog dies.

SAD DOG WAITING TO DIE

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A Dogs Soul – (Dog Poems)

A Dogs Soul

(Pets Poems – Dog Poems)

Every dog must have a soul
Somewhere deep inside
Where all his hurts and grievances
Are buried with his pride.

Where he decides the good and bad,
The wrong way from the right,
And where his judgement carefully
Is hidden from our sight.

A dog must have a secret place
Where every thought abides,
A sort of close acquaintance that
He trusts in and confides.

And when accused unjustly for
Himself, He cannot speak,
Rebuked, He finds within his soul
The comfort he must seek.

He’ll love, tho’ he is unloved,
And he’ll serve tho’ badly used,
And one kind word will wipe away
The times when he’s abused.

Although his heart may break in two
His love will still be whole,
Because God gave to every dog
An understanding Soul!

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