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A million nightmares,
by JASMIN HORST E. P. SEILER

Monday, February 27, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A million neglected sweet creatures wandering lost among our moral debrie, starved for love, and a bowl of food, this for my friend Ed, an Angel to them that he can help, bless ya Ed!

 

 
 
 
Empty was the bowl,
Death it surely caused,
Near death of someone’s soul,
A love now surely lost,
 
Neglect of care,
Of love to act,
With love to share,
All are now, the bare cold fact,
 
An empty bowl,
Tears now fill its space,
Will it revive a wounded soul?
With this remorseful tearful face
 
Who was it that I asked?
Not have nourished, or have cared,
Neglected oh this so loving task,
Only for himself has cared,
 
 
Innocent this little pooch,
Sweet, but oh so starved,
That once would kiss and smooch,
Was it I, This cross has carved?©27/02/2012
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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 2/28/2012
A bittersweet poem for all the little pets that are left neglected, to suffer and die. The more we get the word out the better it will be for them. As for Ed, he's the mighty pet Angel, coming for to carry them home.

Ron
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/28/2012
Bless You, for Always Thinking of Them. I'm on my way this morning to get yet another sweet, but oh so starved and abused street orphan some needed medical attention. I only wish that I could help a million of them - I can only do it, one at a time.



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