The Dog Poet

Woof woof!

The Indian summers have almost always cast a spell of somnolence in my beady eyes henceforth making me virtually lethargic (if this does not explain my reason for absence from the blogging scene…how about blaming Pakistan and the Al Qaida? or the 123 deal?) Actually, when a dog is sans a sane topic, it’s kinda difficult for him to work on with the stylus.  What should I blog about in this dreamy state defined by delusions of third order?  The dogs are still laggards in literacy rates and catering to human readership didn’t appeal to my paws…until now. Thanks to the feedback from revered readers  I’ve  decided to take a fresh plunge into the lukewarm waters of this virtual lake making me the first dog poet. Your bouquets & brickbats (or the bones) are anxiously awaited!

Just the other day, I came across the limerick, “The Owl and the Pussy cat” in the ruffled pages of Calvy’s fourth-grade English book. Since Dogitarian literary tastes differ from those of the humans, limericks too, are one line affairs for us.

‘Lure me not into love.. for I have ditched the dove’

Whew! The impish cat is in my yard again…catch ya later!

You may like to read more of works of the dog poet.

PS  Donations for the Dog literacy fund are welcomed and are in accordance with the Canine Income Tax Act 2009 and exempted from taxation under section Dogs Rule clause 24/7.

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It’s all in the name

The Prologue:

In the Old Testament 4,20,00 were killed for the incorrect pronunciation of one word.

Shibboleth

Calvy told me of the eerie way in which the bus conductors in NOIDA pronounce Noida as NUDE-AA. And they certainly know that this repetition creates quite an impact on the eardrums of unsuspecting bystanders hence they go on like “Nude-aa!! Nude-aa! Nude-aa….” eventually building to a crescendo.

It’s all in the name.

For the modest under 14 and female following that I have, I guess this post didn’t require a PG rating, did it? Guess Kaalicharan has long forgotten chivalry.

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