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Poem Details | by Lindsey Pritchett |
Categories: animals, childhood, death, lost love, love, pets, sad,

My Long Lost Friend

He was my best friend
His name was Snoopy
He was a beagle
My favorite pet.

I got him on Christmas day
He was just a little pup
I loved him so much
Then God took him away.

He was out hunting 
He never came back
He was gone 
Just like that.

I wonder every day
Where is he
Alive or…
Dead?

I still miss him so
I cry at night
Missing him
Missing him.  




Poem Details | by charlie milne |
Categories: animals, death, friendship, life, loss, lost love, love, passion, pets, sad

She waits.


I see her still in twilights shroud
At visions edge she’s standing still
She lives on for me, but makes no sound
Her presence felt , a loving glow.

She watches me with sightless eyes
The look that speaks but makes no sound
Where shadows spill she lingers now
But when I look I cannot see, just feel. 

She should be here if fate were kind
My partner in the quite times
I miss the things she needed that I gave.
That giving soul that has now passed.

She waits, I know she does.
The bond that held will always be
She was my friend, my love, my charge.
Now my pain, my loss, my memory’s dear.

Poem Details | by colleen laforme |
Categories: death, depression, devotion, loss, pets, friend, me,

Good-Bye My Friend

I look outside to see your paw prints among the crystal snow
The perfect markings of your day of play until my friend you had to go 
On the floor lays your ball and your new Christmas toys 
The perfect markings left behind from my friend that brought me joy
In my heart is where i keep you to help me slowly mend
The eternal mark left behind from loosing my trusted friend



Poem Details | by Dear Heart |
Categories: death, pets, sweet,

In Quiet She Reposes

Throw on her sweet roses for in quiet she reposes,
for her heart was so very tired-  I had to let her go
but she will live forever in the mazes of my heart.
My very best friend and my sweet kitty cat,
she wanted so little in life but gave lots.
One happy day I will enter heaven,
and find her waiting for me.
This is my prayer, Lord

__________________________
 November 16, 2012

Lyric/In Quiet She Reposes
Copyright Protected, ID 436418


Poem Details | by Leo Larry Amadore |
Categories: allegory, friendship, introspection, life, nature, pets, sympathy,

White Cat

What of this pregnant white cat?
Her dirty fur a smudge
Against the snow's crisp canvas,
She mews at my door for milk.
A stranger to me, she appeared
Without express invitation,
And now, she lingers like a cold.
This cat is an embarrassment.
Like friends whom I feed
Because I lack strength
To turn them away.

Poem Details | by Chantelle Anne Cooke |
Categories: death of a friend, eulogy, feelings, moon, pets,

Cupcake Oh Cupcake

Cupcake Oh Cupcake 
Your loving licks, your loving smile
Bright black beaming eyes 

Petals of a pet
Leaping leaves of slight limbs
Running white roses

You glow as milk moon
Waxing and waning with clouds
Paws reminding rain

Time spent together true
Bird of death claimed you too soon
We scrub in sadness

Memories mark joy 
You shine as forever heart
We love you dear friend!

Poem Details | by David O'Haolin Whalen |
Categories: angst, death, depression, pets,

Stone Cold

No movement…no life… I cried... when I realized... My pet rock had died

Poem Details | by Tom Hitt |
Categories: animal, cat, death, pets, vanity,

A-CAT-A-COMB

A-CAT-A-COMB
NINE-LIVES-A-TALE *

SHE-PRIMPS-AND-PREENS
EACH-FINE-DE-TAIL *

WITH-TONGUE-TO-FUR
PAW-FACE-AND-TAIL *

THIS-DEATH-A-TOMB
SHE-SHANT-EN-TAIL *

   ~TH~

Poem Details | by Craig Glenister |
Categories: death, dog, pets,

Dog-gone

Straggy sad dog
left all alone,
head on her paws
sleeping on stone.

Skin and bare bone,
her life undone,
eyes dimly see,
rain is to come.

Death softly cries
"Oh little one,
come here to me,
I am the sun"

Her tail wags once
her heart's last leap,
This little puppy,
slips into sleep.

Wakes in your arms
holding her dear,
A dream she had,
distant past clear.

She could be yours
She could be mine
One never knows
Until it's time.

Poem Details | by Kelly Zakerski |
Categories: animals, death, dedication, family, health, life, loss, lost love, pets, sad

When Our Pets Pass

I got really sick
Or else I was old,
I need to go now
My owners were told.

It happened so quick
I just went to sleep,
I hurt no longer
My owners would weep.

I went to heaven
And barked at the door,
"Please let me come in"
"I can play once more.

I know my owners
Are really so sad,
I usually was good
Yet sometimes was bad.

I had a good home
For that I was blessed,
I'll seem them again
When they lay to rest.

Poem Details | by Mark J. Halliday |
Categories: animal, death of a friend, loss, nature, pets,

Farewell Ginger

Walked her in the woods,
And on beaches; then crying,
We put her to sleep.

Poem Details | by Zachary Putman |
Categories: absence, animal, death, dog, murder, people, pets,

Murder in June

Fangs, bloody and red
Tires, barren of tread
Fire, rising above
Heart, devoid of love
Skies, cloudy and grey
Price, too high to pay
Time, now has run out
Mind, filled now with doubt
Eyes, blinded by drinking
Brain, no longer thinking
Blood, staining the ground
Noise, then not a sound
Life, taken too soon
Warmth, gone now in June
Dead, left on the road
Man, a life taken now owed

Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: animal, death, feelings, friendship, pets,

Little Girls Heidi

This day we free you from pain
Soulful companionship you gave.
Eyes of love looked over my disdain.
Tail of happiness wagged with rave.

Dalmatian your breed, with a loving creed,
Named, Heidi, in youth with innocent face,
Growing beautifully as a spotted breed,
You gave us love, we could never replace.

Mourn thee for a while, and then moved by style.
You loved me, now thee is free.
I have no denial, thou has heavenly compile.
We shall love thee, beyond eternity.


date 11-07-2013

Poem Details | by Robb A. Kopp |
Categories: animals, death, pets

Filter

tank filled with green crud
on the bottom like a spud…
goldfish was a dud

Poem Details | by JSLambert Mister ROBOTO |
Categories: adventure, animals, death, food, funny, imagination, life, nature, people, pets, places, religion, science, sea, travel,

And Goliath Said

Contractual agreements with publisher caused DELETION

Poem Details | by Gina Young |
Categories: animals, death, pets, sad, abuse,

Animal Abuse

..."Animal abuse should be a felony."


Animal abuse should be a felony.
No creature should be beaten, tortured, and abused.
I have never known how anyone could be
Malicious and demented, so cruel and unforgiving.
And for what, what is the reward for you,
Laughter for a moment, looking big, showing off for your crew.

Animals, I have seen, 
Bloodied, beaten within an inch of their lives, dying.
Unloved, unwanted, neglected, abandoned
Starving for food and love, in my head I can hear them crying.
Every little piece of love is needed, every little soul needs fed.


Written by Gina Young
for Write It Deep and Dramatic, Please
on 9/4/11

Poem Details | by Dan Keir |
Categories: adventure, allegory, angst, animal, child, childhood, confusion, courage, death, dream, fear, funny, grief, hate, hope, humorous, inspirational, introspection, journey, life, lonely, loss, lost, lost love, memory, metaphor, mystery, nature, nostalgia, parody, passion, people, pets, philosophy, recovery from..., sad, satire, sorrow, spiritual, stress, success,

Inevitable Bear

Oh lonely Inevitable Bear,
Padding claws, death in white
Sorrow in recurring nightmare
Instinct’s test; fight or flight?

Camouflage against the fence,
A challenge; my subconscious fear
Ominous slowly moving silence,
“Let me in, there’s a bear out here!”

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: death, pets, sadlife, death, death, life,

Slow Death

He lay dying_ slowly did his life pass
Watching others as they moved about room
As his heart failed, fluid filled him enmass
More than his body could handle consume

Legs swollen so that look like muscle man
Stomach swollen sounds as ripe watermelon
Lived a good life years beyond most lifespan
Pain in eyes _ don't really need this athlon

God how can in life some have to suffer much
The depth of their suffering you have shown me
Through the death of this pet whose  so soft touch
Touched our hearts to depth in death _ made me see

Instant death_ here;  then gone_ suffering little
So sad_ long death slow torture overbattle_


Poem Details | by Lelah Walters |
Categories: animals, death, loss, pets, sad

Ally

Golden eyes shine still
Warm fur soft under hand
Sweet sipirt waning


Lelah D. Walters
9/6/09

Poem Details | by Just That Archaic Poet |
Categories: children, grave, love, my children, pets,

You Love Me More Than You Love Yourself

Oh, my children; precious babes!
I've placed all your pictures on the shelf
And as I wander toward my grave
(I realize)
You love me more than you love yourself...

Poem Details | by shaunda lindsay |
Categories: animal, betrayal, child abuse, death of a friend, horror, pets, sick,

No Rabbit For Me Please

I had a little bunny
honey was her name

She was so cute and funny
till I clubbed her in the brain

So sad I had to eat her
but I'm really not to blame

Was the doings of my daddy
and his sickly little games

I had to hang my bunny
in the killing tree

She kicked and screamed so madly
till my mind went free

I cut her throat and peeled her
but I wasn't really there

That's the story of my bunny
my lifeless skinless little hare

Have you ever heard a rabbit scream? 

It sounds just like me

Poem Details | by Kofi Asokwa-Nkansah |
Categories: death, friendship, life, lost love, people, pets

GONE

What I let go, I seek
Not the thing rather
its substance
Like the light of fire or 
the hope it brights

What I let go, I seek
Not the fame rather 
acknowledging my existence
Like the jewel golden or 
the rich yellow shine

What I let go, I seek
Not the brawl rather
the chant of a Victor
Like Ali's ''KO'' shot or
the raw brunt of strength

What I let go, I seek
Not love rather
a friend, One to trust
and care for unto death
Like nothing,
just a True Friend

What I let go, I seek
That is You.

©Kofi Asokwa-Nkansah

Poem Details | by Brandee Augustus |
Categories: death, dedication, pets

The Swimmers

Keeping 
On
In the wake of its

Fighting spirit---with
Its gold and
Silver
Hue.

Poem Details | by Milton Toran |
Categories: death, death of a friend, missing you, pets, sad,

Missing Our Friend

Skies are dark and dreary,
This day we won't forget;
Ol' Ollie was our favorite,
Far more than just a pet

A naughty lil' imp,
Knock-kneed and proud;
Meowin' like a siren,
Geez, that cat was loud!

It was on this frigid morning,
We lost our furry friend;
Reality's stunning anguish,
Death fails to comprehend

Spoiled rotten and witty,
You'd swear he was a dog;
A happy treat to pacify,
While sleeping like a log

Looking on the good days,
Diminished are the bad;
We lost a friend forever,
The best we've ever had

Death never comforts,
We failed to see your end;
Our tears concede to obscurity,
Farewell to a loyal friend... 



Poem Details | by Billy TheKidster |
Categories: animals, death, pets,

Eulogy For A Dog

She asked so little of us. Some food, water and shelter, but what she most desired in life was our presence, our attention , affection and love, and in return she gave all of us her undying devotion, unquestionable loyalty, and unconditional love. She will be dearly missed now that she is gone from this earthly place, but she will be forever loved and cherished in our hearts and memories. Rest Peacefully Tasha * * 03/16/2011 * *
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