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For Fia
by Fawn E Caldwell

Saturday, September 08, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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For my little dog of 17 years who recently passed on--Bye bye sweet pea, you were a great friend and companion--You will always be missed--

The drone of the quietness rings softly in my ear,
Gone now is the sound of one so dear.
I keep a vigil watch though it’s more habit now,
Echoing visions keeps a raised brow.

I catch myself so haunted by routine,
I feel oddly… as if in a dream.
I keep going back to show I care,
But alas… there is no one there.

She gave me love and so much more,
That no person has given before.
How can that loss ever be right,
When all I do is cry at night.

My little companion gave all she could,
And saw in me only the good.
It’s quiet now as I am very sad,
Mourning over the good times we had.

I catch myself haunted by routine,
I feel oddly now… as if in a dream.
I keep going back to show I care,
But alas, I see…no one there.

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Reviewed by Fawn Caldwell 9/12/2012
I thank everyone for their comments--At this time I will NOT be getting another dog or any other pet as it just is too painful to lose them when the time comes! However, if it is meant to be that another comes my way then so be it, but for now...
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 9/9/2012
She lived a very long life under your loving care. It is probably time to follow Mr. Ed's advice and go to the local dog shelter and rescue another little puppy that will love you just as much as ever.

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 9/8/2012
Completely soul-reaching in thought and emotion awakened. My sympathy to you. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Budd Nelson 9/8/2012
they are our dearest of friends and their loss so painful because of it
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 9/8/2012
Fawn ~
To loose a beloved dog of so many years.
Fond memories in a loving tribute to Fia.

Lady Mary Ann

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