A Homonym Limerick…

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Over here I’ll snuggle with you
If you move, I’ll have to, too
Stretched out without a care
Warm sunlight, we’re quite the pair
Always together we two!

In response to Mind and Life Matters Limerick Poetry Challenge, Homonym.

Picture from Pixabay.Β  Isn’t that the cutest doggie face ever??

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55 responses

  1. Nice!! Loves the too’s! Yes, sweet dog!

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  2. Clever and awesome, Diane! Dogs are the best.

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  3. When our MinPin lays on my husband’s chest with her head on his shoulder, she is in bliss and he talks about the pressure on his chest. I showed him this picture and his words were “Talk about pressure!” Love the picture and I agree with the other comments – dogs are the best!

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    1. Hahaha, yes, talk about pressure! Thanks, I have two old furbabies and they still love to be near us. Pets are such a comfort for me!

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  4. They can be great healers. Funny how when you need it the most, they stick right by your side. 😊

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    1. Mine are old and if they didn’t follow me from room to room, they’d hardly get any exercise at all!

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      1. Hahaha! Mine gets her by chasing something up a tree at least once a day, be it a cat, possum, or raccoon. πŸ˜ƒ

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      2. They are so fun. Mine used to chase squirrels all the time!

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      3. Oh, the squirrels. When we lived in the city, our dog(s) got the pleasure of the nemesis squirrel. But, believe it or not, we do not see any squirrels out here. We have patches of woods around us and lots of trees around and in the “yard”, but NO squirrels. It’s kinda odd now that I think about it. πŸ˜ƒ

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      4. Isn’t that weird? When our subdivision was new, we had no squirrels, but as the trees grew, so did the squirrel population!

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      5. I talked to my wife about it a bit ago. It’s weird. We just don’t get squirrels. Have no idea why. πŸ˜ƒ

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  5. That’s so sweet, Dee! I feel like you wrote it about my dog. No matter where I go, he’s right there with me.

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  6. Cute guy! He seems like he is really concentrated on catching the sun’s rays , but I suspect what he is really enjoying is the cuddle πŸ™‚
    Turtle Hugs

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  7. We do have three of these lovely companions , one shadows me , the other my husband , and the third is a very aloof one who cuddles only if and when – a bit like a cat , only he is not catsized and when he leans onto us , like that cute one on the photo we need to really grab onto something or we’ll find ourselves on the floor πŸ™‚
    Glad to see you’re back to writing

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    1. Thanks, dear turtle, my elderly dogs follow me from room to room all day long. If it weren’t for that, they wouldn’t get any exercise at all, lol

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      1. And us .. having to make a sudden jump when we find them laying right behind our feet πŸ˜‰

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  8. Love this one, Dee x

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  9. Oh, this is so sweet. β™₯

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    1. Thank you, my dogs have to be where I am!

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  10. Nice use of to, two and too!

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  11. Yep! Always together ❀️

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    1. Usually right where we can trip on them!

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      1. That’s exactly where mine is now! At the foot of my chair.

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  12. That’s the sweetest face!

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    1. Isn’t he, though? Thanks for reading!

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      1. Sure thing. I’m a dog parent and also a cat parent. These precious animals do enrich our lives πŸ™‚

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  13. Very clever and sweet limerick. I do believe you are getting your sea legs again!

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    1. Thanks, Linda. I am feeling more like myself!

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  14. You two are too cute 😊

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    1. Funny! I do have two bigger dogs, but not one quite that big, lol

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  15. Great. I can’t do a limerick at all let alone a homonym limerick.

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  16. Aw, yes! Dogs are the best. I skipped the limerick this week, brain dead! πŸ’€

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    1. I wasn’t sure, did mine at the last minute. It’s getting harder

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  17. Ahh! This is nice! πŸ™‚

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  18. Now, replace the dog with the recent guyI date every other weekend due to kids and my life would be all smiles. Not sure at this snails pace and his being a little anxious due to a very mean ex, how much farther we may go. Hope is high and fingers crossed. When we are together it is “Wow!” He says this, too. πŸ™‚ Shy smile here. . .

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    1. Oh, I’m so glad! It would be nice if he’d pick up the pace a little!

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  19. Awwww…that’s a lovely limerick. I want to snuggle too! πŸ˜€

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  20. So sweet Diane, reminded me of my bond with Harry. xo

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    1. Thanks, Miri, love our furbabies, right?

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      1. Absolutely 😊

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  21. Diane so cute!! Love the dog and child in the photo. Where is it from?
    Very nice to reconnect with you πŸ™‚ Big smiles — Debbie

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    1. Thanks, the picture is from Pixabay, a free site

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      1. Oh neat, Diane. Good to know 😊

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