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Dog Poems

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Dog Poems

  1. 1.   My  Puppy  Loves  Flowers   Hello!  How  Are  You?  I  Am  Fine!   My  puppy’s  in  the  garden.   Hello!  How  are  you?  I  am  fine!   He  loves  to  smell  the  flowers.   is  all  my  dog  will  say,   To  help  them  grow  my  puppy  always   he’s  probably  repeated  it   sprinkles  them  with  showers.   a  thousand  times  today.     He  doesn’t  bark  his  normal  bark,   By  Bruce  Lansky   he  doesn’t  even  whine,   http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/238750   he  only  drones  the  same  Hello!     How  are  you?  I  am  fine!     My  Puppy   Hello!  How  are  you?  I  am  fine!   It’s  funny   His  message  doesn’t  change,     my  puppy   it’s  gotten  quite  monotonous,     knows  just  how  I  feel.   and  just  a  trifle  strange.     Hello!  How  are  you?  I  am  fine!     When  I’m  happy   It  makes  the  neighbors  stare,     he’s  yappy   they’re  unaware  that  yesterday   and  squirms  like  an  eel.   he  ate  my  talking  bear.         When  I’m  grumpy   By  Jack  Prelutsky     he’s  slumpy   Be  Glad  Your  Nose   and  stays  at  my  heel.   Is  On  Your  Face       It’s  funny     my  puppy   knows  such  a  great  deal.   My  Dog     His  nose  is  short  and  scrubby;   By  Aileen  Fisher     His  ears  hang  rather  low,   A  Child’s  First  Book  of  Poems   And  he  always  brings  the  stick  back,     No  matter  how  far  you  throw.     He  gets  spanked  rather  often     For  things  he  shouldn’t  do,   Like  lying-­‐on-­‐beds,  and  barking,     And  eating  up  shoes  when  they’re  new.     He  always  wants  to  be  going       Where  he  isn’t  supposed  to  go.   He  tracks  up  the  house  when  it’s  snowing—     Oh,  puppy,  I  love  you  so.     By  Marchette  Chute   The  Bill  Martin  Jr  Big  Book  of  Poetry     Collected  by  Brianna  Boyce    

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