The Greatest Loss

Rating: 5.0
The day casts a long shadow,
Time passes all too slowly.
Scratches on the door, paw prints

Still visible to a bleary eye with the
Occasional fur caught on the leg
Of a chair. Her DNA is in every

Room, her presence lives, her collar
He lead, her bowl still full with water
Sitting in the kitchen alongside her

Favourite treat. Yes, the days cast
A long shadow. The emptiness so
Profound, the loneliness

Sunday, February 21, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: loss
Rose Marie Juan-austin 23 February 2021
A very touching poem. It resonates with me. Beautifully crafted with compelling imagery.
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me poet yeps poet 22 February 2021
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Kostas Lagos 22 February 2021
Loss of a dog, of a pet in general. is really painful. Great poem
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LeeAnn Azzopardi 22 February 2021
David, I really love this poem because it has touched my soul Bravo!
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Captain Cur 21 February 2021
Even though they are physically not there, the memories of the joy they brought can never be taken away. Nothing more faithful or loyal than a loving pet.
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Evelyn Judy Buehler 21 February 2021
Your well expressed poem evokes sympathy for the great hole left in a life by the loss of a beloved pet.
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Robert Murray Smith 21 February 2021
Our pets are never forgotten.
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