Sharilynn Dawn Reaser

(11/26/1960 / Northridge, Los Angeles, Ca.)

Pepper


Your sweet brown eyes
Soft with love
Blinking up at me
Remembering now

Soft with love
How sweet you were to me
Remembering now
Times we shared

How sweet you were to me
The sunset walks
Times we shared
Our joyous hearts in glee

The sunset walks
Your playful ways
Our joyous hearts in glee
Back in those days

Your playful ways
Your strength I'd see
Back in those days
Sweet and free

Your strength I'd see
You loved us all
Sweet and free
As I recall

You loved us all
I loved you dear
As I recall
In heart you're near

I loved you dear
And though you're gone
In heart you're near

Your sweet brown eyes
Soft with love
Blinking up at me

Submitted: Sunday, May 18, 2014
Edited: Sunday, May 18, 2014

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This poem is actually about a sweet dachshund, named Pepper, my family had and that I loved dearly.

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