Haiku By Dog

Haiku by Dog: Outside

Haiku by Dog: Outside

“Go outside,” you said.
“Enjoy winter’s gift, the snow.”
Can we come in now?

Haiku by Dog: How

Haiku by Dog: How

question arises
from within snow’s cold depths: how
do I lift my leg?

Haiku by Dog: Pink

Haiku by Dog: Pink

snout deep in cold snow
gently lifted, powdered white
licked clean by pink tongue

Haiku by Dog: Indifference

Haiku by Dog: Indifference

pondering physics
gravity’s indifference
ball fell down the stairs

Haiku by Dog: Stick

Haiku by Dog: Stick

white frozen mantle
covering earth, hiding sticks
snowman lost an arm

Haiku by Dog: Indignity

Haiku by Dog: Indignity

indignity, mine
magnified by nosy cat
cone of shame, endured

Haiku by Dog: Snow

Haiku by Dog: Snow

snow, like life, offers
delight and difficulties
sticks to fur and snout

Haiku by Dog: Refuge

Haiku by Dog: Refuge

huddled together
we find refuge with friends, while
they vacuum downstairs

Haiku by Dog: Discover

Haiku by Dog: Discover

you don’t have to dig
too far to discover that
snow sticks to your fur

Haiku by Dog: Place

Haiku by Dog: Place

when dinner is served
best place: under the table
next to Grandma’s chair