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Dog Poems

Fall Of Autumn
by William Kekaula

The deep south, confused summer, autumn's blight,
Nature's microwave is on overdrive,
Dog day noons, sultry dusk undress the night,
Escapist schemes, routes north relief, connive.

Red Indian drumbeats


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The Small Dog from Shansi
by William Kekaula

There was a scholar from Shansi City,
Miffed by folks he stayed in an priory,
Peaceful, but bothered by its many bugs,
So he bundled



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BLAME IT ON THE MONEY
by Emmanuel Adedayo Ojelade

Look at our daughters
They now show no ill in laying with men old as their fathers
Look at our sons
Nothing is holding them



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Dogmatic
by Waveney Lander-Walters

Dogmatic
We must never kill the spiders
While, they wove their words into the likeness of thunder
You only watch the news to find out<>



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WHEN I DIE
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

Not a chance

I’ll say that

I should have spent

more time housecleaning

But I know I will say...

I should have listened more

To those voices deep within

What my soul



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RIDING OUT THE THUNDER STORM
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

The poor little thing, he was just a’shivering

Scared right out of his wits I’d see him jolting

Bewildered, seeking strong arms to hold him tight

To make



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SCATTERED SNOWFLAKES
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

midnight lamp

under flannel sheets

reading recipes

 

 

two blue jays

outside our window

pancakes for breakfast

 

 

flour and sugar

for christmas cookie batches

first snow yet to come

 

 

sunday night

Ed Sullivan show

in our pj's

 

 

sunday



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