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Silly Sibilance

Sammy Samoyed*

smells something savory,

slobbers slimy saliva.

Suzie’s sandwiched

salami sits solitary.


Stomach signals,

Sammy stares, stalks.

snout sniffs, snorts;

sudden, swift snag.

Sammy scurries.


Somewhere secret

savors salty sustenance.

Somnolent Sammy

surmises Suzie’s surprise,

smiles, snickers, sleeps.


*A samoyed is a white dog, known for its abundant fur. It was originally bred to herd reindeer in Siberia, and takes it name from the Samoyedic people.

Comments on: "Silly Sibilance" (4)

  1. Salutations. ‘swas sweet, saucy, seriously savvy, Sally said sanguinely

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