Flip The Girl

My Missed Best Friend

Can't say how much I miss you,
Or how hard it is to say,
How much I love you,
In every single way.

I miss your cheeky smile,
And your turny-outty feet,
And how much you loved your food,
And all the weird stuff you'd eat.

I miss your long, pink tongue,
And your big, puppy-dog eyes,
And the way you would chase everything,
But never hurt a fly.

I miss your patchwork body,
Made of blacks, tans and whites,
And how much you loved your walks,
And sleeping during the nights.

I loved your different costumes,
And how much you loved them back,
The great one with the cape,
And your homemade racing mack.

I loved your personalities,
A different type each day,
First you would be serious,
Then you would want to play.

I'd be so happy to see you,
And so sad to say goodbye,
I still see you in the road,
With a sparkle in your eye.

To me you're never gone,
To me you're always here,
Just remember all the good times,
Puzzle, my darling, my dear...x...

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 14, 2008

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Comments about My Missed Best Friend by Flip The Girl

  • P B (12/15/2008 1:49:00 PM)

    This is about my dog that was killed by a car, aged 4. He meant everything to me and we did everything together. I will always miss him and still wonder if we would have made it to Crufts for agility... I guess I will never know...

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