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Senryu Pets Poems | Senryu Poems About Pets

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Only A Dream

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                                                 Early_ quiet house
                                     Warm, snug under covers _dreams
                                           Kiss, hugs, snuggles_ah!
                                          
                                              
                                             Mist rises from creek
                                      As dreams take me to seek love
                                            Snuggles warmth tickle


                                           Kiss, kiss, kiss, snuggles
                              Waking daylight streams through blinds
                                         Princess! quit licking__~~



Contest: Morning, noon, or night senryu
Sponsor: Francine Roberts
Penned by: Sara Kendrick
On August 20, 2011
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The Dog

A loyal friend with reliable emotions and its tail, a good indication


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My Cat is Not Stupid

whiskers twitch
there's a dog in the litter
hello floor

4-7-13

Not sure if it's a senryu or a haiku? Help, please :)


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a wheezing rat

a wheezing rat - -
hefty vet bills and
a smiling daughter


for Roy's Kintsukuroi contest


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the old dog walker

the old dog walker faithful, punctual, cheerful.... handler of much waste


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Dog Walkers

People walking dogs
Should always carry a scooper
Dog doo is stinky


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Love 7

total enchantment
the time I shared with you
long past the times, few


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Chap

Your head on my lap
When I’m feeling like a sap
My four legged chap


By Robb A. Kopp