Poems about pets by famous poets
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The animal kingdom is filled with almost an infinite variety of creatures. Scientists discover new species and subspecies every year. Each one is a wonder unto itself and one could labor for years to uncover its secrets. It is an unfortunate fact that the closest that most of us get to wildlife is through bars at the zoo. Our urban lifestyle has the effect of cutting us off from the glorious world of the animal kingdom.
Before long, I was dogstagramming with dog selfies and everything, which got me searching for dog poems. Oh, yeah! From Emily Dickinson to Pablo Neruda, this selection of poets demonstrate the range of ways we relate to dogs in these short dog poems. Who gambols all the living Day Without an earthly cause Because he is a little Boy I honestly suppose —. The truth I do not stretch or shove When I state that the dog is full of love.
The saying goes that "man is dog's best friend". Others find that other pets are also up to the task. - For she does not lie awake in the dark and weep for her sins, and whine about her condition, and discuss her duty to God.
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