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On her Heavenly Birthday,
by JASMIN HORST E. P. SEILER

Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I always wondered, if it be an accident, that "Dog" spelled backwards, is "God" for if God is love....who better to share such than a pooch, loyal, unconditional, ,,,

 

 
 
 
Spirit Being of Love,
That lives in me, and up above,
That connects to all there is,
Love she brought, and heavens bliss,
 
We called her JASMIN,
For her white and curly hair,
And all her love within,
We thought it only fair,
 
The Flower of God,
She truly is,
Beautiful the love she wrought,
Brought down to earth this bliss,
 
A Doggie Form she took,
When she adopted me,
Now at love, I different look,
For I can clearly see.©20/06/2012
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Reviewed by Keith Rowley 8/9/2012
Dog is Love!
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/26/2012
A fine tribute, Jasmin... ...and love is all, after all is said and done. Thank you. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Linden Brough 6/25/2012
A story for noble Jasmin, from Myths of the Hindus – five royal heroes recognising that there time had come, resigned the throne to their successors and set forth on their last solemn journey — the pilgrimage of Death — followed by a dog who would not leave them. The last to die refused to enter Indra’s heavenly chariot — without the dog. He cannot imagine happiness, even in Heaven, if it were to be haunted by the thought of one so true who had been cast off. The god pleads and argues against the dog coming with him. The noble hero replies “To cast off one who has loved us is infinitely sinful.” The test is finished. Refusing to enter Heaven for the sake of a dog — and the dog stands transformed into a shining god, the God of Righteousness. The mortal is acclaimed by radiant multitudes and seated in the chariot of glory, he enters Heaven...
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 6/21/2012
Yeah, dogs sure do bring out the love in all of us, don't they...? e
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/20/2012
A Doggie Form she took,
When she adopted me

Angels truly come in many forms. And Happy Birthday to yours.
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 6/20/2012
Jasmin,
i like the analogy.
Budd



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