DOGSPEAK: Miss Understood



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18 comments:

Carol Varsalona said...

Oh, Bridget, your Smidgey poems are so much fun to read. Smidgey's humor is so inviting that it lifts any annoyance from the day. Thanks.

mbhmaine said...

I always imagine you having so much fun when you write. It's a joy to read your work and also a great reminder to PLAY with words! So much clever going on in this poem! Thanks!!!

Linda Mitchell said...

Poor Smidgey. Might I suggest an extra royal biscuit at the end of the day when no other dogs are around. I love how much personality I am getting from your Smidgey poems. They are funny, fun, fun!

GatheringBooks said...

I love the word play between terrier and terror! Lovely! :)

Rose Cappelli said...

Such a fun poem! Love the idea of "oversized anxiety" in such a little body. You cptured your dog's voice (Smidgey, is it?) perfectly.

Irene Latham said...

Oh Smidgey! Bridget I love your punny comments on everyone's posts as much as these poems. What a marvelous playground you house in your skull! xo

Bridget Magee said...

Thanks for all the kind comments. If I didn't look for the humor in life and translate it into my poetry, I'd lose my 'biscuits' ala Smidgey. No household needs two drama queens. ;)

Janice Scully said...

So funny, Bridget! I love the terrier/terror pun! And the photo.

jama said...

Smidgey!! Isn't she the best poet ever? :) Also the cutest drama queen around. Thanks for making me smile today!

Linda B said...

Oh Smidgey, you take the cake, or imagine barking "let them eat cake". Seriously, Bridget, my mom had such a dog, in stormy weather, howling, shaking. Glad that you can take Smidgey with all her ferocity and make us smile.

Tabatha said...

Like Irene, I have enjoyed your comment puns all over the PF round-up! Very entertaining :) (There are some pretty good calming dog treats, btw! Maybe Smidge would like them.)

Michelle Kogan said...

I'm loving this voice from Smidgey today, she has such a way with words, and brings such wonderful smiles along the way, ^_^ thanks Bridget, and Queen Smidgey too!

KatApel - katswhiskers.wordpress.com said...

Oh, your poor terriered terror. But as with everyone else, I approach your post with a smile - and am rewarded time and again throughout the rounds.

Btw, the name of your post strikes a particular chord with me today! Can't wait to share more about why.😉

Heidi Mordhorst said...

Poor Smidgey--oversized anxiety is a hard cup for a pup to swallow. DogSpeak is really working for you, Bridget!

Mary Lee said...

Thank you, Smidgey, for getting past your terror to write a fabulous poem!

Margaret Simon said...

I am having deja vu. Maybe I read this post and didn't comment. Did I leave my scent? Smidgey is a fun poet who knows a lot about word play, terror terrier.

Ruth said...

Fun!

Matte Blk said...

Make Your Choice -SAW

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