Short Poems About Dogs
- Furry and loyal, my dog is a joy. With wagging tail and boundless energy, he’s always eager to play and employ.
- A dog’s love is unconditional, their loyalty unwavering and true. With a wag of the tail and a joyful bark, they bring happiness and light to our view.
- Dogs are man’s best friend, they bring us joy and cheer. With their wagging tails and happy faces, they make every day a little bit brighter, year after year.
- My faithful companion, my furry little friend. Through thick and thin, he’ll always stay until the very end.
- A dog’s love is pure, their loyalty unbreakable. They bring us joy and comfort, and for that, we are truly grateful.
Long Poems About Dogs
- “The Power of a Dog” by Rudyard Kipling:
There is sorrow enough in the natural way From men and women to fill our day; And when we are certain of sorrow in store, Why do we always arrange for more? Brothers and sisters, I bid you beware Of giving your heart to a dog to tear.
Buy a pup and your money will buy Love unflinching that cannot lie— Perfect passion and worship fed By a kick in the ribs or a pat on the head. Yet it is not the least of life’s irony That the thing you spurn and disparage, The thing you may serve with scorn— Loyal for life, The one thing you can’t buy— Is the thing that is bought for you.
- “A Dog’s Life” by William Henry Hudson:
I am the dog, the dog that is forced to roam From door to door, from home to home; I am the dog, the dog that is kicked and cursed, Whose only friend is the universe; I am the dog, the dog that is spat upon, Whose only joy is to bask in the sun; I am the dog, the dog that is beaten and whipped, Whose only hope is to escape and skip; I am the dog, the dog that is scorned and jeered, Whose only love is the love that’s clear; I am the dog, the dog that is kicked and cursed, Whose only friend is the universe.