That's one dignified dog...
Whoa...did you create that picture?I can seriously see an entire book of famous author's with dog/animal heads being a big seller.And that's a beautiful verse!
damn...pardon my wild, random apostrophe....
Let me try posting a comment now, with BRAIN ON and ENGAGED.1. Emily is one of my favorites.2. That's beautiful, verse and photo.In fact, awesome.
Another new header! I like it!
Well it looks like your photoshop skillz are on the rise. I think Emily would like this. She clearly had a wicked sense of humor.
Oh...I am SO jealous of your photoshop. Very intense doggie.
What a sweet and intelligent-looking doggie. I love her lovely black nose and her long, svelte neck! And a lovely verse, too, I might add.
I had heard that canines only write doggerel but I didn't really believe it.
And a bit of Rin Tin Tin . . .
Or "In a satin dress."Emily is stunning!
That portrait is priceless.
When I first read that poem I thought it said feces... instead of faces... My bad.
Why, I never! Emily Dickinson never wrote about feces! She wrote about a fly landing on the eye of a recently dead person, and a bird eating a worm, but feces?! Never! :-)
Emily is my fave, and I haven't seen this one in, well, a dog's age! The poem would have been enough; the portrait makes this one sublime post. Thank you!
Love it!!! :)Heidi
Great pic of the dog,the poem is great also.and man di I gotta lot to learn before I can hold a candle to this.
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