He Barked

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This just a fun poem to write.

He Barked

He barked he roared like a lion
Marking his territorial  boundaries
Time of his own waits
Hidden in the shadows
Growls to be heard
Unaware unafraid she knows
He's a puppy inside
He melts with her touch
His growling wines
For the softness of her touch
She waits content knowing full well
He makes time for her
He's the head of his home
Yet shares his domain
With only her
Lets his lioness speak
When night time calls
He cuddles them all
His bark now purrs
Like a kitten she knows

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Springsize commented on He Barked

02-05-2010

I so like this, having strong ties with the cat-family... and loving most their warm cuddles, followed by an appreciation of their ability to keep a straight face, considering how much they play....

Bettysrainbow48

02/05/2010

I am glad you liked it. Thank you.

Teardrops commented on He Barked

02-04-2010

Betty loved the poem and the way you discribe him how could you not love him Marie

Bettysrainbow48

02/04/2010

Thank you It was a fun poem to write.

gogant commented on He Barked

02-04-2010

Some of us have to roar to be heard...others only need to purr. A sweet little poem by you, Betty......................................gogant

Bettysrainbow48

02/04/2010

You are so funny gogant but this is true isn't it.

Hampton commented on He Barked

02-04-2010

Well crafted poetic work that conveys its warm message without frills and gimmicks. Nice.

Bettysrainbow48

02/04/2010

Thank you I like this one myself. It was fun to write.

dahlusion commented on He Barked

02-04-2010

Sexy and comforting in your sweet, poetic voice. Thank you for your words.

Bettysrainbow48

02/04/2010

Thank you I appreciate you looking in on poems.

In science one tries to tell people, in such a way as to be understood by everyone, something that no one ever knew before. But in poetry, it's the exact opposite.

Franz Kafka (1883-1924) Czech writer.

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