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.
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.
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|Reviewed by Kathleen McDonald
|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.
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|That is unusual, but not your poem, it was sweet.
|Reviewed by Edward Phillips
|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
|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
|Beautiful sentiment throughout every line of this poem. Sad, but he gave you happiness while he was here.|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|A sweet and loving tribute. I extend my sympathy to you, Mary. Love and best wishes,