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Phoenix the dawg

Phoenix the dawg

There in my yard is a dawg name 
phoenix
One stubborn black bitch
Easily identified by her signature hind 
limp
Now, is not that she's without redeeming qualities
But that dawg no matter how you call har 
she seems hard of hearing
While it well known that's a choice she is making
Cause the merest sound har ear perk,
she jump up and start barking
Phoenix the real mix I love to say 
But jah know, dis dawg personify 
the adjective play
I leave her sometimes under a mango 
tree loosely chain 
Where her kennel is to cover her when 
it rain
A piece of work she is even when she is 
on rein 
Cause har mouth nuh cry quit, she get wey under mi van already and bite the wiring to 
total disarray
Yet, phoenix is a unique dawg, 
black as midnight with a face like a
happy smile....wg


Copyright © Weston Gregory | Year Posted 2016

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Date: 5/27/2022 2:04:00 AM

That's a beautiful write... Blessings
Date: 2/6/2022 11:29:00 AM

patwah, huh?
Date: 12/4/2021 3:05:00 PM

Phoenix sounds like a dawg I would love. From your description she is a Lab. Scout, my red tick American Coon Hound would have fun with her. When dogs dig holes and tear things up it's because they are bored. Take her for a run every day and she will be very happy. Good stuff here my friend. God Bless, JB
Date: 12/3/2021 1:08:00 PM

Wonderful piece on a well loved dog Weston...
Date: 11/29/2021 4:06:00 PM

I love how this has colloquial speech. I feel like I am hearing it read by a southern guy with a great sense of humor.
Date: 11/22/2021 7:34:00 AM

I am there watching that Phoenix of yours biting the wiring ! I can see her now. Gotta luv her ! Well done and charming. Susan :) Love dogs in all of their guises !
Date: 8/31/2021 3:22:00 AM

Well done and Phoenix sounds like a really sweet dog I would love to have. When they dig and chew it's because they are bored and need something to occupy their active mind. Don't leave her in solitary confinement. Bring her in and let her live with you and take her for a walk once a day. They need to get out and see something besides the back yard too. Good write here. God Bless my friend and thanks for the lovely review. JB
Date: 1/17/2021 5:25:00 PM

Awe, sounds like she’s a handful of companion. Beautifully done!
Date: 1/2/2021 5:46:00 PM

This made me smile because I am an animal lover for sure. Especially dawgs and cats. I have a red tick American Coon Hound and he won't come when you call him either unless food is involved. Nice job. God Bless, JB
Date: 12/4/2020 8:18:00 PM

Nicely penned slice of life write.. :)
Date: 11/29/2020 1:12:00 AM

Hi Weston, thanks for the visit, love your poem, I too emulated your last line, the poetry different and clever....
Date: 9/19/2018 5:48:00 PM

I love the way you write this in a unique style of speaking. It makes it all the better!!
Date: 7/17/2018 3:16:00 PM

You know, I like Phoenix, despite his knack for getting into trouble. Well done.
Date: 9/22/2017 2:46:00 PM

That dawg though ..so cute haha ..
Date: 4/3/2017 11:30:00 AM

A troublesome dawg yet a loved one!
Date: 10/6/2016 9:39:00 PM

Let's hear it for Phoenix the dawg! LOL! A nice tribute to your dog, sounds like quite a character indeed! Nice job. MC
Date: 7/29/2016 4:08:00 AM

Wow i like how u say 'black as midnight', yay u have a super doggy and cool funtastic limerick. Pls do coment my latest poem too.
Date: 7/28/2016 5:13:00 PM

I like Phoenix...definitely a "unique dawg".
Date: 7/24/2016 7:29:00 PM

I like the feel of this piece!
Date: 7/23/2016 5:58:00 PM

what a cute story, Weston, and I enjoyed the way you "spoke" it!

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