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My Heart Is Heavy
by Joyce L. Rapier
Monday, August 27, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Goodbye my angel dog. You will be in my heart, soul and mind forever


My heart is heavy as I type these lines.


My little dog, Smokie, is in God's hand


But she will always be in my mind.


She went today to be with Him


To romp and play as she did back when.


Now she's with my Grandson, Beau


Together they can once more...grow.

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Reviewed by Amor Sabor 1/25/2015
the years pass and tears that amass disappear...our memories still go on until the day our Creator eases us from our lives. Beautiful expression in this piece.
Reviewed by Stuart Rapier (Reader) 3/16/2010
Mom,

I'm reading this for the first time. Just stumbled across it surfing the web. Smokie was sure something and a true four legged friend. It got me Mom! I sure do miss my son and think of him each day. It is a comfort to be reassured that Heaven has a golf course that can house those two.

I Love You!

Stu
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 8/28/2007
(((HUGS))) and prayer: I'm sorry for your loss, Joyce.

Love, Karla. :(
Reviewed by Felix Perry 8/28/2007
Sorry for the loss of your little friend, a pet can capture the heart and become a part of not only ones life but one's family and this tribute to him is special.

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Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 8/27/2007
Awwww! A most heartwrenching tribute to such a beautiful companion. I am so truely sorry for your loss and know how heavy your heart is feeling. Will keep you and Smokie in my prayers.....

Be safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 8/27/2007
They become like children to us, and when they pass it's just sooo terrible...Sorry for your loss dear Joyce.
I have quite an extensive grave yard on this property here too.

Love n hugs
Ch'erie
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 8/27/2007
Sad. I have already written the sneryu I will post when Nipper passes . . . My dog died today / Nothing left for me to say / My dog died today . . .
Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury 8/27/2007
Angels on a journey to the future where lions shall lay down with lambs. Beautiful tribute.



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