Daisy's Brown Eyes Shining

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    Daisy's Brown Eyes Shining

    by Tom King (c) 2010

    She ate my sock again today
    A gesture that was meant with true affection.
    Brown eyes looked up at me for sign
    That I approved what lovingly was meant.
    And when I barked in my gruff style
    She cut those dark brown shining eyes at me
    A sadder thing you will not see
    A dog's regret for unintended crimes.

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    ApaqRasgirl commented on Daisy's Brown Eyes Shining

    08-31-2010

    awww, that was such a cute loving little write about your best friend, I am sure your doggie is well deserving of all your pets and ear rubs he gets and will thank you with lots of kisses.......wonderful poem.......loved it........thanks for the great read.......love asha

    Hiporlacking commented on Daisy's Brown Eyes Shining

    08-31-2010

    Haha. This made me smile. My girl is laying at my feet as I type this. Nice job.

    To have great poets there must be great audiences too.

    Walt Whitman, American Poet (1819-1892)

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