Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Call Me

photo credit: Terri Windling

Call Me
©2014 Susan Noyes Anderson

I'm waiting for my master,
but the rascal doesn't care.
I wish he'd get here faster, 
but I haven't got a prayer.

He takes me quite for granted,
though I'm at his beck and call.
So call me disenchanted.
Mine's a dog's life after all.

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16 comments:

Leovi said...

Poemal Wonderful! Yes, a good dog, loyal to his master!

Terra said...

Nice photo and poem.

Berowne said...

Nimble and quite entertaining...

kaykuala said...

Poor thing! But at least he knows his place. Nicely Sue!

Hank

Karen S. said...

Oh you poor little sweet thing, I'll be a good master for you, if you ever leave! :)

Phil R. said...

Way cool!!!

Helena said...

Lovely stuff! Poor doggie's resigned himself to the wuff life!

Brian Miller said...

ha. a dogs life surely...smiles...nice last line...i hope he gets a good belly rub and is not taken for granted long...

Kutamun said...

I was left swinging over who is really the master here !

Friko said...

Ah, poor little doggy. (My foot.) They know how to get their way only too well. And what is he doing sitting ON the sofa?

Nice poem, Sue.

Cait O'Connor said...

Great rhythm and rhyme.

yaya said...

Poor baby! I always feel bad for Eddy when everyone's gone for the day. He gets tons of attention later on and frankly, if I were a dog, I would love to have me and family for my owners!

Tess Kincaid said...

Hound dog...

RobinfromCA said...

Wonderful, as always! Our dog does (or should) not have that complaint as she is quite spoiled and the princess of the house!

Robin

Pondside said...

Poor pooch. I hope he doesn't have to 'go'.

LeAnn said...

My husband will enjoy this one. I loved the picture and well of course your magic with words.
I am back reading posts and I have so missed yours.
Love, hugs and blessings for you!

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