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Limerick Dog Poems | Limerick Poems About Dog

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There's No Place Like Home

Once was a gal who felt so alone
Tornato came up rooted farms home
Landed on wicked  witch
Munchkins came out of ditch
Gave dog lollypops instead of bone  


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Bow Pow

<                                    cakes and sausages on hot griddle
                                      uncle Leroy's dam dog just piddled
                                      slipped ~ slide across floor
                                      grabbed shotgun by front door
                                      now dam ole dog just plays an fiddle 



                            bow bow bow bow bow bow bow        bow ~ wow 
                            ow ow ow ow ow ow ow                       bow ~ ow 
                            with   tail    between     own  ~              legs 
                            now    dog    sings  ~    and  ~               brags
                            about cousin's daisies's  bad                 bow ~ pows
                  
                                                                                        
                                                                                     


Entry For John Freeman's
Slapstick Limerick Contest
Gl All

Poor Ole Dog LOL


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A Pleasant Trip

I stepped out the door to feed Doggy
The day was so beautifully foggy
I tripped on his dishes
And swam like the fishes
And now all my dress clothes are soggy!


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A Dog And A Cat And A Flea

A dog and a cat and a flea,
All sat down to some tea,
They all ate some ham,
With some bread and some jam,
And were all as content as can be.


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Cat and Dog

Did you see the cat playing the fiddle?
While the dog was going to do a diddle
The cat and dog were almost the same size,
They both tried to eat and win the grand prize
But the dog won while he sang in a riddle.

Written: Oct.10,2014
Eve T.M.Carter


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Easter Hijinks

While I was out watching the children hunt for Easter eggs,
The neighbor’s dadgum dog kept trying to hump my leg.
A nasty stray alley cat killed the doggone Easter bunny.
For some strange reason the kids thought that was funny.
Then my good wife brought me an ice cold beer straight from the keg. 


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I Call Him BoJo

I met a young fellow not that long ago.
His name was Bocephus but he told me to call him Bo.
He could sing a real great country song.
I could sit and listen to him sing all day long.
I named my new hound dog after him, I call him BoJo.


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Just Do it

It was time to visit the vet With a specimen from my pet I scooped a lump of coal But the cheap bag had a hole Now, I'm driving in a cold sweat Nauseous, I cannot elude The smell of what Winnie pooed Rotten eggs are preferred Over smelling dog terds And her ripe farts are far less rude By Rhonda Johnson-Saunders for PDs Pooping Contest *Yes, my dog is named Winnie after Winnie the Pooh by my son. We call her Winnie Bear


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Pet-Sit Panics

"Pet Sit"

When one is involved in  “Pet-Sit Panic,”
And all goes wrong you become quite frantic.
  Bull dog mated Pekinese,
  The union contacted fleas.
Simple mistakes, but  problems gigantic.

Just no way to hid all the evidence.
Pekinese scratching while climbing a fence. 
  The bull dog has swooned,
  Barking at the moon,
Homesteading the front door, bolting against. 

The only thing left in this race of mine,
Getting passed a swooning bull dog’s front line.
  Female gnawing and scratching,
  As embryos attaching, 
Make haste to the vet. for a pill in time.

For: Pet-Sit Panic
In Honor of: Sharon Tideswell


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Who Let The Dogs Out ? { The DogGone Dog Contest}

<                              tell me now   Who ! Who ! ~  Let The Dogs Out ?
                                bet Carolyn pulling them by snouts ......
                                fleas ...  ticks....  she started to itch /////
                                screaming  sons of  a  ....... b .i...t...c....h
                                poor neighbor's dog now takes different route
                               
                                
                                
                                
Entry For
Andrea Dietrich's
The DogGone Dog Contest
G.L. All


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A PUP NAMED SCOOBY-DOO

A PUP NAMED SCOOBY-DOO I have a new pup who I named Scooby-Doo You think you'll now hear about Scooby's cute pooh But you'd be wrong my dear friend Because he barfs from one end And there's *nothing* cute about Scooby-Doo's pooh! © ELR 2013


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A DOG NAMED MISTER STONES

A DOG NAMED MISTER STONES

There was an old lady with a dog named Mister Stones
For weeks the cupboard was bare, there was nothing but scones
At long last, she had no choice but to cook the old pooch
She wailed and lamented as she guzzled down her hooch
Then she cried, "Poor Stones, he'd have enjoyed all these fine bones!"


© ELR 2013


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A POODLE NAMED JAVA

A POODLE NAMED JAVA We have a black poodle named "Java" He coulda been a "Boss" or even a "Garver" But when just a pup He slurped coffee from a cup So we have a black poodle named "Java" c ELR 2013


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Pavlovian

When Pavlov was ringing a bell,
Some saliva his dogs would expel.
   And just like that drool
   I’m a Words with Friends fool,
For its music makes me want to spell.


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Trying to teach a dog tricks

A fellow got into a
fix
Trying to teach his
dog some new tricks
His canine named
Rover
Refused to roll over
And seemed totally
blind to thrown
sticks


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Limerick Once a tipsy Lord of the Manor

Limerick : Once a tipsy Lord of the Manor

Once a tipsy Lord of the Manor
Took leash to be led by Labrador:
His Lady called him back -
Tied the tail on its back
But the dog turned tail behind the door.

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2014


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FREDDIE AND FELIX


                                  Freddie a fury to the red herring dish
                                  Felix zeroed in on the waft of the fish
                                       Freddie the dog winked at Felix
                                      The cat's eyes were double helix
                            They toggled a shark at the Barth's Park Office











FREDDIE AND FELIX/Limerick Copyright© Rajat Kanti Chakrabarty 19 November 2014


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Mister at the Dog Pound

There once was a dog born in July
With three brothers and a sister, oh my!

In five months he was taken to the pound
And there by a family with a baby was found.

Home they went, but within a month did know
That jealous of the baby the dog did grow.

So, back to the pound he was taken
But the little dog did not feel forsaken.

All his friends were waiting there
Oh my, he didn't have a care!

Brave and bored in a cage he sat
Staring across the room at a large yellow cat.

One day anoher two-legged being came by
To stare, and smile, and say with a cry:

"Look at that face ... what a face!
Oh my, I want to take him home to my place!"

"What's his name?" she asked the clerk with a sigh.
"His name is Logan", the clerk did reply.

Logan?  Logan is a strange name to be,
He doesn't look like a Logan that I can see.

But he's certainly masculine, oh my
What a barrel chest and little head held high!

Such a face so strong and wise,
With those big limpid brown eyes.

He looks for all the world to see
Well ...  he looks like a, like a Mister to me!

So Mister the Dog found a home
Leaving his friends at the pound all alone.