Freddie High Q

We love open prompts

doors are left ajar, gates too

No fencing us in

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This dog owns the streets

Freddie is as Freddie does

Makes territory

Freddie Parker Westerfield
Freddie Parker Westerfield

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He’s fuzzy Freddie

pure white as the driven snow

with patches of beige

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We are a matched pair

tails wagging in unison

with neurotic love         

Haiku-Heights open prompt
Haiku-Heights
open prompt

5 thoughts on “Freddie High Q

  1. Sandy used to be an escape artist. She loved a fenced yard, but also loved to escape from it! I think it came from her time living on the streets. She’d come back, if I didn’t catch her first….or one time the dog pound caught her and she had to spend the night in jail. She stayed a bit closer to home for a long while after that. : )

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  2. Very intestesting haiku..each one speaks from the heart….Judy, I like the new look of your blog…and waiting for your visit to my page…my haiku need your blessings..

    RS

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    1. Dear Aunt Joyce, Human Being,
      Thank you for your kind words recognizing one of my many positive attributes.
      Will Buddy come and play with me?
      Yours truly,
      Freddie Parker Westerfield, Canine Dog
      P.S. I’ve been clever enough to pee 5 times in the house and not get caught.

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