My Darling, Dear Poodle
My Darling Dear,
I hope you enjoy,
The fresh crisp air,
With many a plenty toys.
I miss your sweet, loving licks,
Your white, fuzzy, calming coat,
As well as checking your fur for your ticks.
Maybe, where you are, there's a lovely moat.
My darling girl,
I know, how much you love to twirl,
However, what you would do, for just a noodle!
You would do anything for a treat!
So soothing, so intelligent, so smart.
You were, Oh! ever so neat.
You, yourself, is art!
I hope that, where you are,
There are running ponds and streams,
There are plenty of meadows for you to frolic through,
Starry skies for you to sleep under,
And companions to keep you from loneliness.
I hope, that one day, I will be able to see you again.
My darling, I will never forget you.
Wait for me.
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