Posted in Dog, Dog Poetry, Subiaco

KoKo – My Super Sensory Nose

If you see me in the street I will usually have my nose to the ground. Why you ask? Well it is the best way to read Wee Mails from my friends! Of course I always leave a Weeply on the Weetrees planted for us by the City of Subiaco workers. The gardeners  even put Weetrees on roundabouts for us in case we have an urgent need to send a message when we are crossing the road!

I have written a little poem to explain more about my wonderful nose.



A Poem by KoKo ShakesPaw

 Common Scents

Sniff, sniff, sniff

My little nose is twitching.

Sniff, sniff, sniff

My brain and nerves are itching.

I am reading Weemails

From all my doggy friends.

They tell me news like the emails

That your friends send.

Do my mates want a visit?

Or are they unwell?

Or do they have an exciting story

Of the neighbourhood to tell?

Are they new to Subiaco

And need a welcome?

Or are they just being social

And inviting me to come?

Are they warning me of danger?

Of a big dog on the prowl?

Or have they spotted the Subi ranger?

What have I done wrong now?



I’m a puppicino drinking talkative dog blogger who is writing a book. “KoKo’s Tales - a Dog’s Life in Subiaco”

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