Alicia Meyers

Rookie (Greenville, South Carolina)


This is to a dog whom was strong,
Whom was loved very much,
Whom took care of me when I was sad,
Whom lied by my side when I was bored,
This is to Inkspot.

This is to a dog who gave me inspiration,
Part of the family,
Part of my heart,
She is the one I miss so much,
This is to Inkspot.

This is to a dog who had a whole lot of energy,
Made me tired after three seconds,
A dog who loves to wander around,
Whom likes to explore,
This is to Inkspot.

This is to a dog who loved to eat human food,
And cat food but she hated dog food,
Made me laugh when she ate hamburgers and not dog chow,
But she was a trusted dog who loved to eat,
This is to Inkspot.

This is to a dog whom lived with me from my birth to then,
Sadly she was lost and alone at her death,
The water went into her lungs as they couldn't escape,
She lost her breath and she couldn't live,
This is to Inkspot.

A fair-well dog she was,
Strong and healthy,
Magnificant and amazing,
This is to Inkspot my dog,
A dedication to her as I love and miss her.

Submitted: Sunday, May 27, 2012

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