It was unexpected, very sudden even
Our eyes met, a connection was made
I can’t explain it–usually you never can
All I know is that she was the one
I knew about her past; her scars will forever be a reminder
But it was okay. We could live with that
In fact wouldn’t it make our bond even stronger?
You see, a connection was made
And I’ll never be able to explain it
All that matters is that a bond was created
Credit goes to its rightful owner. Not mine.
Martha and Stewart were getting everything ready. It was their first Thanksgiving party after all. The Turkey was done and so was the pie. Pumpkin pie that is.
Everything was going as plan.
The only problem was that Martha and Steward had two playful kittens. It was their first Thanksgiving too. Everything was new–a little too new for them.
I wonder how they do it
How they are able to forgive
And able to love
Because if I knew I was not wanted anymore
If I knew I was not love anymore
If I knew I was just an item to some
I would be distorted with rage
Dogs are full of wonders and maybe one day
If that’s the one day my dog will talk
Maybe then I’ll find out
But until that day I’ll just keep wondering
I thought I knew what kindness was
But then I welcomed a dog to my family
Turns out I didn’t know anything at all
But Rufus is more than happy to show it to me every day
And her name is Lulu.
She’s extremely vocal
But for a mutt…
She is most definitely, absolutely, unbelievably, DELICATE!
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A definite must!
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