Funny Poems About Pug or Pug Funny Poems

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Poem Details | by Robin Ferri |
Categories: best friend, celebration, cute, dog, giggle, happy, poetry,

Sneaky Pug

I brought you home
for I could not resist
that pushed in face
and rolly girth

From the first time I saw you
it was just ment to be
tho the dollar signs
are still something I see

your short and stout
and you wear a mask
and you've learned quite well
just how to ask

to eat or drink
to sleep or play
and your learning more
with each passing day

The love that you give
has filled me inside
with more love to give
for the rest of your life

So, hats off to
the black masked mug
with that soft wrinkled face
on a fawn colored pug!

Poem Details | by Robert Gorelick |
Categories: humor,

A Vegan Pug

A big meat eater in Tampa Bay
became a vegan for his fiancé
But his pug feels forsaken
with his bland tofu bacon
So he’s calling the S.P.C.A

Poem Details | by Robert Gorelick |
Categories: humor,

An Exceptional Pug

A young pug of exceptional breeding
leaps to her owners side as he’s reading
She adores Jane Austin
In her books she gets lost in
And won’t budge ‘till it’s time for her feeding

Poem Details | by Robert Gorelick |
Categories: humor,

A Perceptive Pug

A cautious young lady in Garden Gate
brings her pug when she goes on a date
One bark: He’s nice
Two barks: Thinks twice
Three barks: Run before it’s too late!

Poem Details | by Robert Gorelick |
Categories: humor,

An Australian Pug

An Australian pug so loves prawn
she could munch it from evening ‘till dawn
It’s called shrimp, silly Aussie
yaps a Yank borzoi quite bossy
But being good mates, their anger’s long gone

Poem Details | by Robert Gorelick |
Categories: dog, humor,

A Happy Pug

A happy pug adored as essential
had doting owners quite influential
But with the stock market crash
she was sold for hard cash
Now she’s forlorn and inconsequential