Your Pet Loss Poems

'For You Holly Boo Boos'

by Christine Sznurfeil
(Lancashire, UK)

I had a little Boxer girl
Holly Boo Boos was her name
She really was a cheeky one
This much we all knew.

You had the beautiful Boxer coat
Yours a rich dark brown
And on your head a white flash
That you wore just like a crown.

You had the most beautiful big brown eyes
And a muzzle as black as the night
Half your body brindle
But your chest and paws snow white

So if you get a Boxer dog
And she snores the whole night through
Please take good care of her
Cause God may have sent to you
My beautiful Holly Boo.

I loved her oh so very much
And in death I love you more
And when I come knocking
Please be there when God opens the door.

I long to see your beautiful face
Your wonderful big brown eyes
To see your tail wagging
Is a pleasure I can't deny.

I miss the times you snored all night
And kept us all awake
But most of all Holly Boo Boos
Is to hug and kiss your face.

You may be gone from in our midst
But you are still here with me, you see me
Stop by when you have the time
Because I know my Darling that I still need you here with me,

I ask God every single night
To give you a kiss from me
And to ask that he cuddles you as I cannot you see,
I know that you are young again and rushing all about
Barking and having fun as Boxers are mean't to be.

Just to say I love you, x x x x

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