April, and National Poetry Month, are almost over. My theme this year has been "Dog Days." I'm writing thirty poems about dogs, and I missed a day, so if I'm actually going to pull it off, I have to write two poems tomorrow. Not sure that will happen. Anyway, this week I have been writing poems about dog tails, and dog teeth, today is about a dog's sense of smell. I found two really interesting articles, here, and here. At first I was going to try to embed more facts into the poem, but yesterday's effort was pretty much a disaster, and so I decided to keep it simple tonight
(C) Carol Wilcox, 2019
And we thought it was the other way around, that our dogs were splendidly stinky!
Keeping it simple, and I imagine truthful, is perfect, Carol. We must amaze them! Happy Writing!
"Splendidly stinky!" LOVE!! The skinny form is like a dog following its nose!
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