I love that and had to write it down. I do so love my dogs, past and present.
Donna- so do I , my Moses was like an extension of myself-never will I replace him with man or beast.
What an amazing face he/she has....And what wise and true words :)
Just talking about Edna this very minuteon the phone. She was born in Rockland, Me.Her house is still here. yvonne
Beautiful face...I could not imagine a life without dogs. You love them unconditionally, mourn their death, swear you will never go through the pain...and start all over again. Recently adopted 2 abused mutts from the pounds and they bring such an amazing energy to our house, from rags to riches as they say...
Those EYES! They just make me melt. I love our dogs forever and always. So glad my parents let me always have animals growing up. They are great companions. Have a great week.
this dog- and this photographer an amazing collaboration. & where would we be without our dogs.
Dear Gaye, what a beautiful poem! And what a beautiful, elegant dog xx
Such penetrating eyes. I think what you are expressing is mostly about these faithful companions but I did want to say that the poem was sad, but not true!
That face; what a gaze!I had to click on the post, just got back from my first water theraphy session with my dog.A long haul ahead of us, but a worthy one indeed!He is worn out!L.
As Mark Twain said;"Man is the only animal that blushes, or needs to."pve
Christina- heavenly really.Le Style-yet for some love it fleeting- and I think in many ways the poem is true. It speaks to me on many levels.LeMaison Frou-that sounds wonderful-Zetta and I could use the same.Patricia-only Mark Twain, well said.
Love for a good dog never dies, which is also true for a very few of our human loves...
And that I shall print out and stick on the wall next to my desk. Thank you.Miss W
Barbara, no doubt, it must be so.Miss Whistle-It is worthy.
Ah Gaye, you have reminded me of one of my favourite poets. I love the image of parrots tortoises and redwoods.
& mine too Rosie.
Thank you. Yes, our companions, our loves.