A Funny Feeling
Now I understand a dogs point of view.
Looking at the carpet is not fun to do.
It's all fuzzy and dirty;we need to vaccuum.
I'm starting to fall; kaboom!!
I'm now on the floor right side up.
But down on my knees I still feel like a pup.
I'm up again.
With some help from a friend.
There's hair in my face and my eyebrows itch.
In the mirror I kind of look like a witch.
My teeth look quite large.
They're worse than the teeth of Aunt Marge.
The whites of my eyes are popping out.
Thankfully I don't have a pig's snout.
Four stanzas is all I'm allowed to write.
Off of my hands; I'm done for the night.
Upside Down and Red All Around
On my hands barely holding myself up,
I'm glad I don't have to sip from a cup.
The blood is rushing to my head.
Sadly my arms feel like lead.
I see the carpet and it needs to be cleaned.
From this experience a lot I have gleened.
It's not easy to stand upside down.
Now I'm falling to the ground.
Now I have to look in a mirror.
This experiance is becoming dearer.
My face is blown up to twice its size.
But it doesn't look as bad as my eyes.
I can see my nose.
I am in an awkward pose.
I am laughing with glee.
But I must stop; I have to pee.