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Irish Setter Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem My name will be Beauty Thunder Caren Krutsinger Lyric irish setter, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Full Moon Night cheryl hoffman Limerick irish setter, clothes, dog, humor, moon,
Premium Member Poem Orangutan and Terrible James Horn Couplet irish setter, allegory, analogy, anger,
Premium Member Poem Bringin' Down The House Duncan R. M. Ferguson Dramatic Verse irish setter, art, bereavement, eulogy, grief,
Premium Member Poem Cheese and Whine Lu Loo Limerick irish setter, humor, husband, wife,
Premium Member Poem Mugsy The Flying Pug Lu Loo Couplet irish setter, children, dog, flying,
Premium Member Poem Will Take Aim Horn Haiku James Horn Haiku irish setter, humorous,
My Tiny Sailboat Gwendolen Song Free verse irish setter, adventure, boat, faith,
She Has No Religion or Moral Code Elton Camp Rhyme irish setter, funny,
Premium Member Poem Attorneys and Online Games Carolyn Devonshire Limerick irish setter, angst
I Don't Think She's Ugly, She's Just Not Pretty Robert Pettit Rhyme irish setter, lovewomen, women, prejudice,
i wish nick faber Rhyme irish setter, depression, loss, lost lovelove,
Know No Better Part One Ryan McCabe I do not know? irish setter, imagination, introspection, life, on
SURVIVING IN THE CITY Leonard Taormina ABC irish setter, animals, funny, imagination, life,

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Irish Setter Poem Example

Mugsy The Flying Pug

Tall Tales In Short Form Contest Sponsor: Casarah Nance A flying chubby dog indeed, is my Mugsy the pug, with stubby little legs always acting so smug. He grew wings about a week after he was born, by the breeder, how come we weren’t warned? Last week he ran away chasing Rocky the Irish Setter, my chubby little dog should've known better! He spread his pug wings over Rocky and he pees, "I swear, my Mugsy has small-man’s disease!" Tough as a board, but scared as a tiny tot, he barks and Rocky screams, “YOU’RE ANNOYING, STOP!” Mugsy lands on Rocky’s grass and tears it to shreds, for his owner just laid sod, “OH MUGSY YOU’RE DEAD!” Mischievous and naughty he laughs in Rocky’s face, I asked him where he was, “mom I was flying out in space!” He’s a brave daredevil when crossing the street, “oh my word Mugsy, you don't deserve a treat!" ~Date Written: May 5, 2016~

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