It is not puppy love. My mom is crazy when she says that. She doesn’t know anything. It’s true love. Real love. I mean it. And it’s going to last forever and there’s nothing she can do about it.

Please leave a comment with your first 50 words on the topic “puppy.”


Author: Virginia DeBolt

Writer and teacher who writes blogs about web education, writing practice, and pop culture.

3 thoughts on “Puppy”

  1. My chocolate lab turned five-years-old this past April, but he still behaves like a puppy. His unbound energy is amazing, and he can run until the point of exhaustion with his tongue hanging out like a necktie against his wide, hairy chest. He loves frolicking through the fallen leaves, but most of all, he loves to cavort on fresh fallen snow. Even though he’s older, I still see him as my puppy dog.

  2. Some say men are dogs. I’ve encountered a few of those. However, I’m not sure which is worse–a dog who will cheat on you and maybe mistreat you–or a slobbering puppy who is overeager, needy, and smothering.

  3. Those big, dark eyes could melt any cold heart. Puppies bring laughter into my life and I am grateful to have my stunning dogs. They are more like siblings than animals. They play with their toys like a baby, carefree like a toddler, gets me in trouble like a child and silently agrees with my troubles like an older sibling. My life would not be complete without them

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