There was a dog owner named Mark
Whose beagle would constantly bark
The neighbours would moan
They’d steal Benji’s bone
And toss it away in the park
18th February 2016
An Indian chief, named Bold Eagle,
Once lived with his faithful old beagle.
He maintained his station,
In a style that was in tents, but regal.
There once was an Arkansas beagle
Though quite common, registered legal
But when it would rain
The throne he would reign
As if thinking himself so regal
Feb 18 2016 an original poem by the "poemdog" Daniel Turner
i wish i was a beagle
long fat and always legal
no hunting creatures
I'd change those features
a king of dogs most regal
I wish I was a - Poetry Contest, sponsored by Viv Wigley
by Wayne Wysocki
There once was an arrogant frog
Who thought he was king of the bog
But he wasn't so regal
When the bark of a beagle
Scared him right off of his log.
A jazz loving beagle in Fairfax
digs Dizzy and Miles to the max
But it’s now hip-hop and punk
No more groovin’ to Monk
He visits neighbors just to relax
For five years the illustrious and regal
Charles Darwin, sailed on the Beagle.
A surveying ship,
Notebooks all a’rip,
Soon in battle with Wallace, so legal.
A lazy beagle who lives in Merced
won’t budge ‘till it’s time to be fed
When his owner shouts: Stay!
she barks: You’re so Type-A!
Then walks off and goes back to bed
I once knew an old beagle hound named Bay
his bark nonstop, it carried miles away
the sound was so loud
it could stop a crowd
until a large rat scared him mute one day
My beagle went on summer vacations
Spreading good will in many nations
He never got lost
Paid his traveling cost
He was so into public relations
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Did read her poems and things resonate,
When from Regina, they would originate;
She is regal;
Has a beagle,
And write poems she is sure to stimulate.