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Irish Wolfhound Poems

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Premium Member Poem Drumming Down The Cacophony Duncan R. M. Ferguson Verse irish wolfhound, silence, travel, word play,
Premium Member Poem Tyler And The Beast Kim Merryman Rhyme irish wolfhound, child, dog,

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Irish Wolfhound Poem Example

Tyler And The Beast

Beasty was a monstrous dog,
An Irish Wolfhound he.
If you saw him bounding towards you,
You'd likely turn and flee.

One day while he was walking 'bout,
He came upon a fight.
Some bigger boys were roughing up,
A small lad gripped with fright.

He recognized the little boy,
As his neighbor, Tyler Green.
A low growl formed in Beasty's throat,
How dare they treat Tyler mean.

Beasty charged into the fray,
His barking fierce and loud.
The bullies squealed and ran away,
Leaving the small boy cowed.

With gentle steps and wagging tail,
Beasty approached the frightened lad.
Then promptly gave his face a lick,
Causing Tyler to smile a tad.

Throwing his arms around the huge dog's neck,
And hugging with all his might,
Tyler thanked the beast for saving him,
And putting the bullies to flight.

Tyler and Beasty became great friends,
Though an odd looking couple they made.
A slight little boy and a monstrous dog,
It was fun watching them as they played.

For Seren's "Little Lad, Big Dog" contest

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