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Read Poems by Kevin callaghan

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Edd the dog part 1

The bee as i watched, 
made its way over the fence with a buzz and a bumble 
doing its thing, 
tasting sweet nectar that flowers bring,
im sure it has a smile on its face,
im also sure it sings as sweet nectar it tastes,
in and out of dappled sunlight it floats,
while whistleing sweet music,
sweet musical notes,
i glance at the dog,
also on the lawn sitting,
as his eyes meet mine,
i sense a smile from him too,
then with taught reflex movement and a snap of the jaw,
one dead bee crashes down to the floor.
the dog sits back, 
with a smile in its eyes,
i cant stand those bumbblers,
im sure he contentedly sighs.

Copyright © Kevin callaghan | Year Posted 2013


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  1. Date: 6/21/2013 6:14:00 AM

    'nicely written,its funny,looking forward to more of your poems...love pranks'
  1. Date: 5/25/2013 10:45:00 AM

    ha a dog with a smile in his eye. I like this ED. great going Kevin..... where's part 2........ ~SKAT~