Wow, I loved it! It was magnificent. I can kind of relate to this story in a way because I once had a dog named Daisy, she was a black lab. We had to get rid of her because we were moving and we couldn't have her there. I cried and I still miss her a lot. She was mine I picked her out and named her. Great Job tho!!
and found another poem that 'watered' my keyboard...
I, like you, find it too hard to let go. Animals give such unconditional love; they are God's ambassadors, if we can but open our eyes and hearts.
This is a late - I'm sorry for your loss but as we are always carrying our past pets in our heart, take comfort for she is waiting patiently....Paula
I don't really think to look to see if anyone has posted on my "Reba" poem. I put this here, well...because I could..:)
Thank you for your condolences. I just read Lee's beautiful piece here, and I think he has a much healthier feeling for the loss of a pet than I do. The memories are all good, and the love is always there.
A love like this can never die,
and even through a whetted eye, there is no parting sorrow.
A love held deep, within our heart, can never leave, or ever part, and keeps there till the morrow.
A sweetened memory, never leaves, it never dies, and never grieves. A pets love is, forever.