What Words Can I Say

What words can I say;
Which have been said already
In countless poems about you.

From your looks
Too your unique doggy habits
And your inspiration alone.

You will always be my first;
My furry child
Who just loved hanging out at home.

I still think of you
As it will be year since you pass
And crossed over the rainbow bridge.

I hope you are enjoying the outdoors
Drinking in fresh air
And maybe doing rocket dog
Zooming top speeds all around some place.

Your smile alone brightened my days
I can still see it
But it is now only memories
And not the real thing.

What can I say; except I love you
And that I miss you every day.

New Dog’s Attempt At Writing

I, dog rights width mispronounced words
I rights I saw a hair running through trees
I tried two get it
Leash holed in place
Can knot move forward two give chase
Pauses whir stuck in place
I yap at hair to get attention
But, it ran aweigh from my site
I, human read what she wrote
Now I will teach her to write better poems

Dog First Time At Outside Mall

New places I go

I walk towards mall.

It’s not an indoor mall

With walls and tight spaces.

This mall is open

Where one smells fresh air

As you wander down each store.

My owner and I walk inside.

Some are pet friendly

For I receive treats

Or petting from sale associates.

I see other dogs walking around.

I take it all in with my senses.

I enjoy until I’m tired

We go home; I fall asleep in car.

At Dog Park Haiku Sonnet

I look through tall fence
I want to join the big dogs,
Can you please let me?

I run with big dogs
Tongue out, smiling having fun
I make many friends

I run all over
I chase, bark my opinion
I say don’t be rude

I head to dry pond
I walk through a muddy patch
I have mud boots on

We go; wash paws with water
Now I am clean once again