Dear grieving and emotionally sunken
My Lucy dog, I will miss you all my life and until the end of time
My little Lucy, no words can explain how much I miss you
How can I make it all rhyme?
Dearest Lucy, my mysterious little Lucy dog . . .
Where have you gone?
A rainbow bridge, a soul, fragments of beauty, or are you one with universal song?
The same frequency that spirals the universe spirals physical and spiritual being
For if my love was an astral cord attached from my heart to yours, it would surely be worth seeing
My Lucy dog, you laid in the backyard beneath the summer sun
You were full of life and colorful energy, but it seems death has won
There was a twinkle in your beady, little eyes . . .
I miss your stare more than you would ever had realized
The day you lived yet died, you took a piece of me with you . . .
although I’m still alive
There is no other that’s faithful until the end, and this is why they call dogs man’s best friend!
You’re in paradise with your crowning, long and silver hair I’ll one day see . . .
Until that day, I’ll let the mystery be
Love you Honey!
July 6, 2009 – July 15, 2018
~ And anytime you want to visit, I will not be afraid of your ghost