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50th Wedding Anniversay
Thoughts at Easter
Mother's Day
El Nino Exposed
The Common Cold
Birthday Wish
The Chihuahua Chick
The Cisco Kid
The Sasha Saga

The Chihuahua Chick

They say that Tigger, is no bigger, than a mouse or small rat.
This 3-year old, wears coat when cold; wishes she had more fat.

Is sensitive, when love don't give; she's likely then to pout.
From kitchen floor, she loves to roar; when she must be put out. 

She's tan and white; cowspots in sight; but naught a single flea.
She's Linda's pet, jealous can get, when instead Sasha see.

At strangers barks, at home or parks; 
hates baths and small kids too.
She loves to beg, for scratch on leg; 
adores brushing anew.

Will eat all things, that Rudy brings; 
has seconds and then some. 
If she eats more, won't fit through door; 
will stuck there soon become.

Was bought as pup; but now's grown up; demands attention more!
She's hard to wake; when nap does take; she really loves to snore.

This apple-dome, has found a home; she's pride of the Garays.
Sasha says no, and does not know; why such a runt is craze.

She is no fun; when day is done; prefers to sleep all night.
If she would go, much joy would know; would be sole dog in sight.

Dedicated October 7, 2002 to the Garay Clan, including Sasha, from Nick@Poponoetry.com

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