Strange Bedfellows

Smudging windows with your nose,

Marring floors with dirty toes,

Shedding on the furniture,

Crud you’ve rolled in cakes your fur.


Snoring, scratching, snorts and whines,

Odors one cannot define,

So many things best left unsaid,

For now, it’s late. Hop in my bed.

For dVerse Quadrille #130 ~ smudge

About Maggie C

Stained glass artist, writer, respecter of life.
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32 Responses to Strange Bedfellows

  1. Sometimes pets make things dirty, but we love them. 🙂 Nice rhyme and rhythm in your quadrille.

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  2. rothpoetry says:

    Amazing how we love our pets in spite of what they put us through. Perhaps a good lesson for life as well!

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  3. msjadeli says:

    Truly delightful, Maggie. Your sleep buddy is a beauty! What kind of dog is he/she?

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  4. Love it. I love how the poem ends after you list all of these dirty things the dog does. 🙂

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  5. Ingrid says:

    Hahaha! And strangely, we love them anyway 🙂

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  6. ❤ That's how it goes.

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  7. Maggie, this is incredibly cute and sweet!


    David

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  8. M says:

    I sure do miss having puppers ~

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  9. Ah yes, the pretending the dog isn’t dirty… I tell myself it’s good for my immune system.

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  10. Truedessa says:

    Your dog is beautiful, I had to laugh at smudges on the window. They do like to look out them and put their nose on the glass.

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  11. Mish says:

    And we love them still!

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  12. There are things we just have to accept when we have such love.

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  13. Marlapaige says:

    Could be about a dog or a person 😂
    I loved this

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