A Rhyme A Dozen ― Dogs - 12 Poets, 12 Poems, 1 Topic (Audiobook)
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Read by Ghizela Rowe & Richard Mitchley (Unabridged: 26mins)

Featuring poems by Rudyard Kiping, William Wordsworth, Lord Byron, Edward Thomas & others.

‘A dime a dozen’ as known in America, is perhaps equal to the English ‘cheap as chips’ but whatever the lingua franca of your choice in this series we hereby submit ‘A Rhyme a Dozen’ as 12 poems on many given subjects that are a well-rounded gathering, maybe even an essential guide, from the knowing pens of classic poets and their beautifully spoken verse to the comfort of your ears.

In this compilation - 

1 - A Rhyme a Dozen - 12 Poets, 12 Poems, 1 Topic.  Dogs - An Introduction

2 - The Joy of a Dog by Edgar Albert Guest

3 - The Power of the Dog by Rudyard Kiping

4 - The Dog and His Master by Anne Kingsmill-Finch

5 - Man and Dog by Edward Thomas

6 - The Gingham Dog and the Calico Cat by Eugene Field

7 - The Hairy Dog by Herbert Asquith

8 - A Little Dog That Wags His Tail by Emily Dickinson

9 - Verse for a Certain Dog by Dorothy Parker

10 - Incident. Charactristic of a Favourite Dog Which Belonged to a Friend of the Author by William Wordsworth

11 - An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog by Oliver Goldsmith

12 - To Flush, My Dog by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

13 - Epitaph to a Dog by Lord Byron