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Mr. Muffin
by Mary E Lacey, Desertrat

Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Rated "G" by the Author.
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about how I lost a dear friend much too soon.

 

Mister Muffin

A beautiful feline, with fur as white as a virgin snow
With a tiny black spot on his gorgeous head
How was I to know?

That the little kitten left upon my doorstep
Would leave this earth so soon?    He was only
Four Years Old, when the Lord called him home.

Mr. Muffin was a strange cat, as not once
can I remember him ever hiss or growl
He accepted and was accepted, he was unusual
but in a good way somehow.

I don’t know why he left us, he was awfully young
to go.  He didn’t seem sick in any way, but he was a good cat,
I guess the Lord just wanted him back.

                           Mary Lacey
                               2015

 

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Reviewed by Amor Sabor 2/6/2015
what a beautiful tribute to that cat
Reviewed by Kathleen McDonald 1/20/2015
Many times people drop off small newborn animals and I had a kitten dropeed off at my home. I took him in and to the vet. He had a few things wrong with him and had I not taken him, the vet said he would have died in a short time. How can people do such a thing to such an innocent little kitten? He lived for 14 years and was very much loved and missed when he died of old age.

hug
Kathy
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 1/14/2015
That is unusual, but not your poem, it was sweet.

Ron
Reviewed by Edward Phillips 1/14/2015
We may own a dog, but not a cat. The master of one, the keeper of the other. Both are a joy. A touching story.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 1/14/2015
So very sorry for your loss. I've had a few that left me far too soon as well, but they will always remain in my heart, as I know Mr. Muffin will in yours.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 1/13/2015
Beautiful sentiment throughout every line of this poem. Sad, but he gave you happiness while he was here.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/13/2015
A sweet and loving tribute. I extend my sympathy to you, Mary. Love and best wishes,

Regis



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