Bill Simmons

Unconditional Love - Poem by Bill Simmons

Your puppy licked my hand today
He doesn't know that you are gone
I reached down, he came to me
He ran right into my arms

Unconditional love
He doesn't know right from wrong
We could learn a thing or two
From this puppy in my arms

As I let him lick my hand
I could only think of you
So I hugged and loved this creature
That once did belong to you

It was as if he could know
Somehow, could sense the hurt inside
It was as if somehow he knew
I was about to cry

As I held it in my arms
As the tears streamed down my face
How could God put so much of
Unconditional love, in such a place.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 3, 2004

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