Prince Charming - Poem by margaret haig
Prince charming, my Maltese, my sweet darling gentleman,
You gave me love, to me, when I spoke, you did understand;
When I lost snowbelle, you came to be my best friend,
And you were here to stay, till your end.
Prince my darling, you gave comfort and support,
To me I could have lived in a palace, with a strong fort;
When ever I went from room to room, you'd follow,
And if you saw my tears, your love wasn't hollow.
I lost you my boy, the other day, goodbye,
And when I left you there, I sure had to cry;
To see the cancer, and the pain you went thru',
And to see how much struggle to breathe, I felt blue.
Missy misses you, and I miss you, so very much,
When you sat by me, I felt at my back your loving touch;
So dear Prince, I'm sad in my heart, so. Say goodbye,
It be great to see you if I could again in the sweet by and by.
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