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Doggy Love

Reminds me of my
its tongue is always
wet saliva dripping
Lovely gasping

it's really handy
at times he licks
often he conveys
a ravishing smile
my tongue lashes back
lick me

he wags his tail and conveys
0ld guy you

I love your grand kids
flies away

my sweet tongue
comes out
O Lovely

now not to be seen

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Free verse
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Hi lovedly, what a sweet poem. I love doggies, used to have so many. Yours sounds like a darling. Not sure what you mean by "Oldies". At the beginning it should be "its tongue". No other nits, gives me a good feeling. The title might be cliche, but it all fits together nicely. Thanks for cheering me up, Gracy

"My soul is painted like the wings of butterflies; fairy tales of yesterday will grow but never die, I can fly, my friends.” – Freddie Mercury

oldies means
old guys aged ones
over say 75 /80 years age wise

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as Gracy commented...

be well ..

raj (sublime_ocean)

glad u liked it raj

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