THE SWEETNESS OF DOGS What do you say, Percy? I am thinking of sitting out on the sand to watch the moon rise. It’s full tonight. So we go and the moon rises, so beautiful it makes me shudder, makes me think about time and space, makes me take measure of myself: one iota pondering…
Photo credit: Pinterest “Angel cat” The big brave Angel cat, folding a rainbow wing, Stretched out his gentle paw I’ll find, purred he, A kitten– you were kind– You must not grieve for me. This one might do, this timid little stray Terrestrial night to my celestial day; It cannot take my place, No other…
LITTLE DOG’S RHAPSODY IN THE NIGHT He puts his cheek against mine and makes small, expressive sounds. And when I’m awake, or awake enough he turns upside down, his four paws in the air and his eyes dark and fervent. “Tell me you love me,” he says. “Tell me again.” Could there be a sweeter…
What would I do without you,
My precious, furry friend?
Part mischief, but all blessing,
And faithful to the end!
My people are so precious, Lord;
I know You think so, too…
And I believe You put me here
To love them just for You!
“Dolphins” Kindred spirits of joy, Bring play and laughter To all!!! Amira “Delfines” Espíritus afines de alegría Traen juego y risa ¡¡¡A todos!!! Amira Poem dedicated to Zaza from “Scribe for Love” https://scribeforlove.blog
“Cat nap” On the couch, 2 hearts beat, a purring lullaby… One cat nests on my chest! Amira “Siesta de gato” En el sofá, 2 corazones palpitan, canción de cuna ronroneante … ¡Un gato anida en mi pecho! Amira This Poem is dedicated to my dear friend Anita from “One Source”…
A walk in the park
a ride in the car
no need to go fast
no need to go far.
I feel a kinship
with most dogs I meet
they look in your eye
and want to greet.
Originally posted on Educated Unemployed Indian:
How my dog changed my life, for the better! Having a pet in your life will inevitably change your life for ever. Your old self will cease to exist and your whole life will take a new turn. Caring for a pet is a challenging, time consuming and most…
Every dog must have a soul
Somewhere deep inside
I turned my head toward the elderly man in the seat beside me, daring me to challenge him. A lump rose in my throat as I averted my eyes. I wasn’t prepared for another battle.