|Reviewed by Victor Jensen
|This poem brought tears to my eyes. I lost my best friend Patches, in December.He spent his life, of fifteen years at my side.He will live forever in my heart. Yes dogs do become family members, so hard to see them go, yet for my dog's sake I am thankful that it was not me who went first.|
|Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten
|Had to stop in and post here...I too have a Weimaraner, named Ziggy. He was born on January 16, 2007 and I can't believe had fast he is growing and how smart he is! They truly are very intelligent dogs. I wrote a poem about him too..."My Big Little Puppy"
Nice to meet you, Christy! Enjoyed this poem! :)
Love and Peace~
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Neat! Love it.
(I have a kitty who thinks he's human.)
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|A wonderful ode to a fine friend, Christy. No doubt Boo (hu-dog) appreciates it. Thank you for sharing. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher
|A wonderful tribute to a wonderful companion and so true too!
Birgit and Roger
|Reviewed by Victoria Murray
|Super poem...super dog!
|Reviewed by Eddie Thompson
|I loved this poem. You show true love for this pet...and a love for placing words in poetic form. You are a very talented, uplifting influence in Authorsden.|
|Reviewed by Masood Lohar
You have the eye, the style and the words... I am really impressed of your poems.. Masood
|Reviewed by Melissa
|I have two dogs, not that breed, but I believe dogs are precious gifts with insight we fail to have, and God gives them to us to see us through.
It's a wonderful and touching poem.
|Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader)
I believe he could be reincarnated. :)
|Reviewed by P Lewis
|Very real, true to life. Enjoyed reading your poem.|
|Reviewed by Jerry Andrews
|A beautiful breed, Christy, and a lovely wholesome poem. Straight from the heart is a cliche, but it applies here. Thanks- Jerry|
|Reviewed by Janet Terry
|I can relate to this. I've had dogs that seemed like my children. And they always give so much love, and ask for so little in return. Wonderful creatures.|
|Reviewed by Sherry
What a delight! There are those that have pets and those of us who have furry family members. I think critters are God's healing wands and you put it into words! Yeah.. Sherry
|Reviewed by Sherry
|Nice poem...I enjoyed reading it. I especially liked your likening his instinctual nature to Boo Radley! LOL I just watched that movie again. What a fantastic portrayal of Southern life. The movie is actually more scary than the book though.|
|Reviewed by Gilles Marchand
|I think that some dogs are Angels...
Blue eyed fish...
|Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader)
|Excellently done! I enjoyed it very much, too!|
|Reviewed by Harley Davidson
|a wonderful tribute... enjoyed this very much...|
|Reviewed by Trixie Love
In some cases...dogs are more
compassionate then humans...
I remember my childhood dog...
He was great...:)