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Friday, December 3, 2010

WALK IN THE PARK (for dog lovers everywhere!)







Oh, we're walking in the park
cuz I promised not to bark
hi ho the merrio
we're walking in the park

Now she let go of the leash
so I can be released
hi ho the merrio
she let go of the leash

Oh we're having so much fun
cuz I just love to run
hi ho the merrio
we're having so much fun

Now I'm squatting in the grass
and it's tickling my ass
hi ho the merrio
I'm squatting in the grass

Now I'm pooping on the leash
and it's such a sweet release
hi ho the merrio
I'm pooping on the leash

Now she's coming from behind
and she don't know what she'll find
hi ho the merrio
she's coming from behind

Oh don't grab the leash right there
or you will get a scare
hi ho the merrio
don't grab the leash...right...THERE!

26 comments:

  1. ha hahaha ha! That's why THIS lady never lets her dogs off leash in the park.

    Loved it!

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  2. I haven't had that happen, but there have been holes in the bags I've used to pick up the messes!

    Tim, if we're following each-other, that could possibly mean we're going in circles.

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  3. LOL that's a great one, I love it..poor woofs they should be allowed to run free...we're on similar tracks this morning Tim!

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  4. I bet you could do as well composing a cat ditty! And did you know there was a product called Poop Freeze? Google that and laff!

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  5. TALON,
    Perhaps you've learned from experience?

    J COSMO,
    Line up, we're playing ring around the Rosie next!

    KOBICO,
    It's in the bag...no it ain't, it's in your hand! OOOHHH...

    Going in circles? True...but the view from here is nice!

    LORRAINE,
    A little doo-doo is a small price to pay for freedom, wouldn't you agree?

    TERI,
    Funny stuff! You spray it on and it forms a protective coating around the poop which makes it easier (and more pleasant, I'm sure) to pick up.

    And I thought a POOP FREEZE was something you get at the Dairy Queen!

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  6. The lady and her dog
    The lady and her dog
    Hi ho the merrio
    The comedy of you blog!

    Just lovit, Tim!!
    _m

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  7. You said poo poo...lucky for you Sir Silley is indisposed today!

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  8. MAGYAR,
    Sweet poem...I will cherish it. :)

    LORRAINE,
    Maybe Sir Silley is too preoccupied with his own poo poo...wasn't that a phase of development that Freud talked about? (hee hee)

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  9. That was fun to read, left a smile on my face! Nice!

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  10. Greetings! How r u?

    You are invited to join our potluck week 13 at Jingle Poetry : http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/

    Write a poem fitting our week 13 theme (Dreams, Visions, Reveries), post it, and link in to our potluck, you are also allowed to link in unrelated poems. we are open Sunday, 8pm, American central time.

    We have had so much fun having you last week. I cannot wait seeing you on coming Monday again.

    Let me know if you have questions.

    Have A Weekend As Graceful As Your Writing!

    xoxox

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  11. SCENTOFMYHEART,
    Thank you so much...I will be there!

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  12. A fun and icky poem. I can imagine some lite woofy actually thinking these thoughts.

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  13. ARLENE,
    From my observation, they seem to have a sixth sense about when the leash is directly underneath them and then...it's bombs away!

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  14. LOL I love it, you made my day Tim, thank you

    ps dogs should be without leashes, all they do is talk and jump on people with happiness, unless they're mistreated, so they can beaten and leashed all the time...and there is not much that hurts me more than seeing a dog or a cat tortured

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  15. LOL....LOL.... great take on the dog walk! Mine too was inspired by taking the dog walking.

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  16. Oh, where do I begin
    this poem is a win
    hi ho the merrio
    you left me with a grin

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  17. what fun - and of course, it begged to be sung and so I did :)

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  18. Thanks for sharing this with Potluck, another smile on my face on the second read :)!

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  19. Oh, we're walking in the park
    cuz I promised not to bark
    hi ho the merrio
    we're walking in the park..

    your work is pleasant to read.
    stunning imagery, brilliant style.

    A+

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  20. This gave me such a laugh. Seems the dog's perspective on life is one we all should adopt.

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  21. Hey thanks kids: Lorraine, SuziCate, (you got right in the spirit of it)Reflections, Gospelwriter, Scentofmyheart, Jingle, Kerry ! I'm waiting for someone to admit that the last stanza of this poem has actually happened to them! LOL

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  22. Oh, this is great! You've certainly captured the joy of being a dog!

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  23. did love that walk with your words!

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