Where Is Our Dog?

We lost our dog the other day

I don't mean it passed away

We just couldn't find it

Notices were posted on lamposts

A reward was offered

No dog was proffered

 

But at home he's still around

His bed and bowls are still down

We can smell him in the air

It's just that he's not there

 

We felt miserable

so to cheer ourselves up

we went out for a meal

at a new Thai place

It was supposed to be pork satay

but it had a funny taste

Saturday Rhymers Club

◄ Cannes? Cannot

Incidente al Hotel Casa del Mar ►

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Don Matthews

Wed 26th Sep 2018 14:09

Lyn, Brian has the habit of stirring
The pot on whatever he writes
He thinks he can get us bamboozled
He thinks he can get us uptight

But no Brian it didn't quite work here
You should have done kJ's advice
And not gone at all near that Thai place
In the kitchen there could've been mice

You're lucky my friend to have escaped
With just this unusual smell you could see
And not caught some Thai bloody fever
And ended up in A 'mergency

Gettin' bit carried away here...😎

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220August

Tue 25th Sep 2018 21:31

Thanks for sharing the poems. You inspire the best comments...

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lynn hahn

Sat 22nd Sep 2018 13:13

Dog poems seem to be the theme tonight. Your's has a different FLAVOR than the others I've read thus far.

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Don Matthews

Sat 22nd Sep 2018 10:58

Did you forget and leave her at Santa Posa? 😎

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Anya

Sat 22nd Sep 2018 10:37

OMG!!!

Good theme this week Rhymers!!! 😘

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Hugh

Sat 22nd Sep 2018 09:17

You made me paws and think,
Washed down a hot dog this week with a drink.
Passed a takeaway down the road,
As into an oven a dog they did load.

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Jane Briganti

Sat 22nd Sep 2018 09:02

Brian....just the thought makes me quiver! 😉

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Taylor Crowshaw

Sat 22nd Sep 2018 08:14

Enjoyed this Brian ...won't be going there to eat...😃

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kJ Walker

Sat 22nd Sep 2018 07:42

You should have tried the vegetarian option

Not poodle

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