Christine Jones

(Bridgend, UK)

Beau The Bulldog - Poem by Christine Jones

Big bumble Beau, your heart has left it's toll.
Your nature was magic, now death in it's tragic,
has taken our big bumble Beau.
Your eyes in their splendour, so gentle and tender,
could only bestow love, from big bumble Beau.
We miss you so madly, but remember although
sadly our big bumble Beau.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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