Posts tagged ‘companion’

December 22, 2016

The poet’s dog

by Jem Croucher

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Curled up in a ball
and sleeping as I write
My faithful hound called ‘Obi’
is a lovely sight

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December 11, 2015

Constant

by Jem Croucher

 

Life has its moments
Some happy, some sad
But I have my one constant
Of which I am glad
For no matter what
Life can throw at me
One thing never changes
My constant, the sea

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November 8, 2015

My little dog

by Jem Croucher

 

My little dog called Obi
is eight months old today
He’s great to have around the place
for both a cuddle and a play
He’s got some Dachshund in him
some Jack Russell there as well
And he’s got some stupid ears
as from the picture you can tell

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January 21, 2015

Unconditional

by Jem Croucher

 

I don’t ask for much in life
I settle for the least
A bed to sleep in, warm at night
And now and then a feast

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April 25, 2013

You are …

by Devina

(via Pinterest, click to see)

You are

The hot chocolate blend

I’ve been searching for

All this time.

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January 23, 2013

A fountain of brotherhood: Acrostic.

by Shashi Moore

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Empathy

E –  Envy that you don’t need

M-  Making the other feel important in feat

P-  Patience displayed when you have no time to spare’

A – Acceptance of differences of opinion: gift to inhabit in the mind of the other.

T – Tolerant enough for the shoulder to spare,

H-  Hope for the hopeless,

Y – Young and not so young at heart, all deserve empathy

By: Shashi Moore

January 16, 2013

My Old Friend

by russtowne

You picked me the moment we met
And you knew right from the start
We were supposed to be together
You ran straight to my arms and into my heart.
I couldn’t ask for a more loyal companion
You’d risk your life to save mine.
When I was sick in bed for a week
You stayed right by my side the whole time.

My Old Friend,
Life with you is better, My Old Friend
It’s always an adventure I wish would never end,
And I’m glad we have each other, My Old Friend!

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