The Doggies and Me

Wet, cold nose, tongue on

cheek, feet hit the floor, nuzzle,

chomp. Wanting more. Bliss.

8 thoughts on “The Doggies and Me

  1. Dear Susan,

    HaHa! I can see that you are a lover of dogs. They can be so friendly and lovable. Please kindly allow me to resonate with you and your post pictorially as follows:

    By the way, thank you for liking my post entitled “If My Name Were Moon Tonight“. You are very welcome to revisit and comment on it at any time.

    May you have a wonderful week!

    Yours sincerely,

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Dear Sound Eagle 🦅

    That’s one Regal Beagle! I love it!! To be honest your poem “If My Name Were Moon Tonight 🌙 “ helped inspire a poem that I wrote, “Not So Fast.” The woman in it is just frightened to show her true feelings. Thank you for writing your poem; without its existence, mine would never have been written. And, I LOVED your poem! You are always welcome on my site or wall or whatever it is called.

    An amazing week to you!

    Best regards,

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  3. Dear Susan,

    I am delighted that you like the Regal Beagle. If you search for the term “SoundBeagle” from the Home page of my blog, you will find two posts featuring SoundBeagle. The first post is called “🦅 SoundEagle in Taming SoundBeagle 🐕” and the second is called “🦅 SoundEagle Introducing SoundBeagle 🐕”.

    I would like to inform you that when you visit my blog, it is preferrable to use a desktop or laptop computer with a large screen to view the rich multimedia contents available for heightening your multisensory enjoyment at my blog, which could be too powerful and feature-rich for iPad, iPhone, tablet or other portable devices to handle properly or adequately.

    Moreover, since my intricate blog contains advanced styling and multimedia components plus animations, it is advisable to avoid viewing the contents of my blog using the WordPress Reader, which cannot show many of the advanced features and animations in my posts and pages. It is best to read the posts and pages directly in my blog so that you will be able to savour and relish all of the refined and glorious details plus animations, given that my blog contains not just texts and images but also bespoke stylings and dynamic animations — images and stories that are animated on their own. These are not videos but actual animations.

    Thank you very much for commenting on my poem in your previous reply. I am delighted that my poem has inspired to write your poem entitled “Not So Fast”. Moreover, I would be very grateful if you would kindly leave a comment there as a token of your visit to the post containing my poem. You are very welcome to copy and paste some or all of your previous reply as part of your forthcoming comment to be submitted to the comment section of the said post, to which your esteemed reply clearly pertains and also belongs. Please feel free to expand on your comment if you have additional matters to convey about the post and any salient aspects of its contents. Thank you in anticipation.

    Yours sincerely,


  4. Dear Susan,

    How lovely of you to submit three comments to my said post. I shall endeavour to reply as soon as I can, for I have to get something to eat first, as this hungry and hollow feeling is getting far too strong for me to concentrate well.

    Food glorious food!

    Yours sincerely,

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  5. Dear Susan,

    Hello! I can see that you are perusing some of my posts and are being amused. I am about to change into the right clothing and head off soon before the shops close for the day, and then to catch up with some errands.

    I shall then respond to your comments with some highly bespoke replies.

    Meanwhile, may you continue to find more entertaining or thought-provoking contents during your exploration of my blog . . . . .

    Yours sincerely,

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