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Author Name: FreeStari 2 Comments
Date Added: August 28, 2005 10:08:08 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The Singer, The Painter, The Three Pups Caretaker -repost


Sing me a song, Big Dog

Sing me to sleep

Let it be happy so I no more Weep

Fill it with Visions I see through closed eyes

Bringing me Dreams which will all my Tears dry

Sing me a Lullabye; help me to See

Dreams of the past and of those yet to be

Rock me and tell me that I'll be all right

To help me to Slumber and rest through the night
Paint me a Picture for when I arise

From Slumbers so deep let it be a surprise

Splash it with colors in all different Hues

Then bring me the Picture so I won't feel blue

Paint me a Future and make it come true

Let it be Happy so I'm no more blue

Fill it with Feelings that you and I feel

Then bring it to me so that I can feel Real

Show me a Picture of Big Dog's Three Sons

Boys keeping all of your days filled with fun

Filling your Life with a Smile everyday

Each bringing Happiness in many ways

Sing me a Song at the end of your day

Let it be filled with Three Pups as they play

Fill it with Stories so we both can Smile
Make us Laugh if only just for awhile

Paint me a picture of all of your Dreams

Of three Boys who Slumber beneath the Moon's beam

Filling your Life up in every way
Bringing a Reason to go on each day
Let's sing together a song of our Pasts

Both of them Happy though Neither could last

He filled my Life and showed Love everyday

Brought me his boys then was taken Away

She said the Words which would make her your Wife

Then added Three Little Boys to your Life

Filled it with Problems and Pain every day

Brought you the Heartache and then went away

Paint us a Picture with Rainbows above

Color us Happy as we find our Loves

Fill it with Smiles and Love everyday

Bring both our Soulmates so we both can play
Like three little Pups all their days filled with fun

We'll both live our lives with our Soulmates as one

And then Life will no longer be a Heartbreaker


The Singer

The Painter

The Three Pups Caretaker


Happiest of Birthdays To Marshall...

From Stari*



Author's Notes:
For Marshall, known as Big Dog in PA in the chatroom; a friend who is a wonderful artist and a single dad of  three little boys. (Three Little Pups), who sang me a lullabye in the Chatroom one evening to cheer me up.  My wish for him..  His website: Marshall B. Sbar
How much is that doggie in the window midi compliments of
written by Bob Merrill, arranged by Jack Will 
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Comment By: FreeMarshall on August 28, 2005 04:26:30 PM Report
This is so amazing. A tribute to friendship and wriiten by a caring heart. It touched my soul and helps me to endure the trials ahead fo me to know friends like this are there for me.

Thnak you!

Comment By: FreeJessie on August 28, 2005 10:57:54 AM Report
this is soo sweet brought tears to my eyes its well written and im adding it to my faves cos i like it alot

always Jessie oxoxo


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