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Driving Miss Daisy

By Walt Perryman

We adopted Daisy from the Gillespie County dog pound.
And in three years we have trained her to be a spoiled hound.
And she has trained me to do anything she wants me to.
And without me knowing, I do what she wants me to do.


We attended some obedience classes to teach her something.
And when we finished Daisy knew that I had learned nothing.
Luckenbach is one of her favorite places that she loves to be.
Where Iím the Poet, but she entertains more people than me.


When I do my poems, she is petted and sleeping like a log.
Where else but Luckenbach can I be jealous of my own dog.
She may be a little Chihuahua/ Jack Russel and a little lazy,
But I love going places in my '29 Ford while driving Miss Daisy.


©December 10, 2020


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