Rosi Caswell


Wigga Is Here


How could I ever doubt, our beautiful Wigga dear,
Could be anywhere but where I am, whether that be far or near.
You are in the wind that gently blows.
In the sun, and the river that eternal flows.
I feel and hear you in my space,
But I long to touch your darling face.
Oh Wigga D I love you so.
It was so hard to let you go,
But you told me true it was your time,
And I heard the bells begin to chime.
In Heaven's bower, you now fly free.
Oh Wigga J, please come to me,
In dreamtime bright with colours fresh.
Let me hear your paws and smell the breath,
Of the one who means more than Universe to me,
My Darling Darling Wigga D

Submitted: Saturday, February 09, 2013

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I am an Animal Whisperer, Animal Human Therapist, and Metaphysical Counsellor. My writings encompass all subjects within these areas. I aim to provide something for everyone to take away from any or all of my poems and sayings. Much Love and Peace to all. Rosi X

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