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More Than Just a Grumpy Face: The Lesson Learned From a Bulldog's Adventure

By bishnu prasadPublished 4 months ago 1 min read
Animal Antics
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In bustling London, amidst the grime,

A grumpy bulldog named Winston did whine.

Hated the leash, the park's routine,

Yearned for adventure, a doggo scene.

One breezy morn, with humans astray,

He slipped his collar, stole the day.

Double-deckered buses, his chariot grand,

Dodging umbrellas, a furry command.

Down Oxford Street, a canine spree,

Past pigeons startled, shops asea.

He snatched a sausage, a baker's delight,

Leaving paw prints in icing white.

The Queen's guard gaped, as he strutted by,

Tail wagging high, with a mischievous eye.

The news went viral, "Winston's on the loose!"

Londoner hearts, he captured and used.

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Comments (2)

  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarran4 months ago

    Hahahahahah this was so cute and fun! Loved your poem!

  • Daphsam4 months ago

    AWWWW so sweet and full of adventure!

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