What Signifies a Game of Fetch? #PoetryPlace

What Signifies a Game of Fetch? #PoetryPlace

Perfectly described.


About Patty L. Fletcher

Patty L. Fletcher lives in Kingsport Tennessee where she works full time as a Writer with the goal of bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled. She is Also a Social Media Marketing Assistant.

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  1. Thanks so much for sharing, Dear Patty! Wags to you and Chief Blue!

  2. Hello Miss Joan and Seeing Eye Dog Aries.
    This is Chief Seeing Eye Dog Blue here, saying you’re welcome from me and Mother. She couldn’t be here, she’s busy with that smelly stuff she calls coffee. I tasted it once, it’s not so much of a much. Certainly not worth the trouble it caused me when mother found me with my snout in her cup. I mean, was it really so bad as to put me in the crate?
    Oh well, I’m getting off topic, it was a great poem and it did indeed describe our games of fetch.
    OK this is Chief Seeing Eye Dog Blue, who is always on the case, saying, “Over and snout.”

  3. “TSK TSK! Blue, you leave it! I told you not to snuff the keyboard. You leave drool behind.”
    Sorry about that Joan, you know how it is, these lab crosses and goldens got their share of goof.
    However, he is right, it was a grand poem.
    Hope you guys are doing great.

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