Sonnet Of Love - Poem by Jane Tomlin
Dedicated to the memory of my Beloved Cat, Bonny.
She was not just a kind cute pet you'll see
Friendly and happy with a sweet, sweet face
She was part of our quite small family
Her pulse got to a very rapid pace.
Her throat all lumpy and her nose all dry
She got to the point where she could not eat
All I wanted was to sit down and cry
Her burial arranged her grave was neat.
We placed here in and covered her over
Memories live on as a legend to all
The rose just like the White Cliffs of Dover
I'll always be there whenever you fall.
She's gone from mylife bu still in my heart,
I said goodbye, I did not want to part.
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