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Author Name: Freejohncarter 0 Comments
Date Added: March 04, 2010 15:03:53 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Gladly
Gladly
 
So many mornings
I gave the trees names
I chased my dog for many miles
She loved me
For her was just a lead
A voice that said
"Lets walk"
For me of never understanding
How much she was the need
Mille was the silly in me
Gladly when she asked
Those loving eyes what simple task
She never asked for a moment of me.
 
Author's Notes:
For my dog Millie. My friend.
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