"It's just the most amazing thing to love a dog, isn't it? John Grogan
|Olive, Corgi, 8 weeks old, came home to live with my friend Val this weekend.|
"On Walking Through the Front Door"
those days when I scale
the highest peaks, your tail wags
and those days when I have
failed miserably and more
than once, your tail wags
(C) Carol Wilcox, 2019
Olive is precious! I've never had a dog, but I love reading about them and the people who love them. It will be fun to read your dog poems this month.
Thirty “Dog Days” sounds wonderful. Here you capture the comfort of coming home to this most loving of friends. There’s nothing else like it.❤️
I stopped by yesterday, wondering if you would be posting poetry, but I must have been a bit early. I'm so glad you're going to continue your writing streak into poetry month.
This makes me very happy! I had the thought of writing 31 cat poems. Not sure yet if I'm really going to do that. Poetry is hard for me already and adding a limitation like that makes me very nervous. This is a strong opening poem, Carol, that captures so simply and beautifully the dog's constant joy.
I WANT A CORGI!!! Olive is so darn CUTE! A month of dog poems...heaven! That all-accepting tail wag...heaven!
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