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Thursday, April 18, 2024

Thoroughly Poetic Thursday #161

 Poetic Thursday hosted by our pals Teddy and Angel Sammy 


Here is our challenge for today

I once knew a Corgi
His name was Yogi
He was no Porkie

He  ruled the house with a  LOOK
He was no fool
he played it cool
He trained his dad well 
No treats no tricks

He was obsessed with soccer. 
He was a lean mean soccer machine.
As soon as the ball was tossed, he ran and ran
around the yard pushing it with is nose.
A perfect game for a vertically challenged Corgi 

Message from my nephews Kat and Rocky
Mom Kit  has set up a way to comment on blogs w/o having a blog
she will be listed as Anonymous


  1. Love the poem.
    We are thinking Yogi did not know that 'soccer' is generally known as FOOTball in other parts of the world!

  2. Hari Om
    Too cute 🥰... I'm afraid I have a block on anonymous comments: it's what keeps the spam at bay... If Kit has a Google account all she has to do is sign in with that, I believe (though can't confirm that as am already in...) YAM xx

  3. love the poem, and the corgis are adorable, my son had a corgi and a Chihuahua, they had 5 Chi-Corgies that were precious and then five more. they always had at least 5 at one time..

  4. We love your poem and Yogi is such a cutie!

  5. A most excellent poem today with Yogi being featured! Good Mom Kit found cracked the code. No blog anymore for me but I still love reading and commenting!

  6. Fun post ~ sweet corgi and poems ~ hugs,

    Hugs to you and Angel Madi ~

    Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days ~
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  7. Yogi, you are one handsome Corgi.

  8. Yogi was one smart boy and I love him in his swing!

  9. Nice poem. Yogi was a cutie. XO

  10. What an adorable cutie Yogi is..and a wonderful poem!

  11. Great story and poem about Yogi the Corgi. Good for Kit, but how will we know it is her? BOL

    Woos - Misty and Timber

  12. I used to board some corgies in my home, and they were always fun to have around. Maybe Mom Kit could sign her comments "Mom Kit" and most of us will know who commented.


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