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Comforting words to those that mourn

Discussion in 'Rainbow Bridge' started by GillyR, Feb 25, 2010.


  1. flockmom

    flockmom PetForums Newbie

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    Never let pets roam away from home =Disaster!!!!
     
  2. Tommy T

    Tommy T PetForums Newbie

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  3. Tommy T

    Tommy T PetForums Newbie

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    I hope you feel better soon.i know your pain
     
  4. SarahJ2610

    SarahJ2610 PetForums Newbie

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    you have a talent for poetry. this made me cry but provided a little bit of comfort, thankyou for that
     
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  6. Your poem sums up how I feel but I'm scared my beautiful girl will be upset that I can't see her.
     
  7. Rott lover

    Rott lover once you go black and tan you never come back

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    when they are set free

    free in the spirit and free as the wind able to run where ever their hearts wish
    They will spend much time with us looking over us and watching us
    wishing they could make things better or easier but not knowing why we cant see
    they will run through the long grass on the eternal warm summer days
    always wanting and longing to see their long lost friends
    day after day doing what they wish eating what they wish drinking what they wish
    chasing the rabbits and squirrels and birds to pass the time
    always keeping an eye on who they loved in their previous life
    no longer having any pain or feeling old and grey
    movement comes easy just like a pup
    There is always a longing and a sadness in their heart
    they want their loved ones to come see
    they wish to show us that beautiful place where they run so wild and free
    no longer in any of this worldly dangers
    their only want is to feel that hand upon their head
    to lick the face of their loved one just like they did
    for us to see them and call their name
    that we cant see them is just a shame
    they will be happy to know we continue to love
    their loyalty is to make us happy
    i for one will get pummeled when that day comes about
    by many big boys and girls all wanting the same thing
    i am still somewhat young and many more i will add
    many many heart scars i will have
    they will be set free one by one and meet them again i will
    on the day when the lord sets me free
    when my worldly journey is done i am sure i will meet all of them again
    until then they will continue with the above
     
  8. Nancy Miller

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  9. Justice4Joey

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    A million times we've needed you,
    A million times we've cried,
    If love alone could've saved you,
    You never would have died..
    In life we loved you dearly,
    In death we love you still,
    In our hearts you hold a place,
    No one else can ever fill,
    It broke our heart to lose you,
    But you didn't go alone,
    Part of us went with you,
    The day God took you home.
     
    #89 Justice4Joey, Aug 3, 2018
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  11. Happy Paws

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    Lovely words
     
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