Rest In Peace, Hazel - Part IV


You died half a year ago tonight and I had to say goodbye.
It was six months ago when I watched you die.
It's never easy when a man loses a dog as special as you.
If somebody says that you were awesome, it will be true.
You were in the living room with me when I watched you take your final breath.
When I had to watch you die, it was extremely painful to have to face your death.
You had chocolate brown fur and you're a dog who I'll never forget.
You died on a Saturday night and when you died, I lost a great pet.

  • Author: randyjohnson71 (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 9th, 2024 07:59
  • Comment from author about the poem: Dedicated to Hazel who died half a year ago tonight on December 9, 2023
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  • Tony36

    Love it

  • sorenbarrett

    Having lost dogs and other pets beloved I find it interesting how bonds can be formed between species and how strong they are. A nice tribute.

  • orchidee

    The sweetest little dog.
    Can you get a replacement, if you feel it's not too soon? I'm sure you won't be betraying or forgetting Hazel.
    I saw guinea pigs pass away - they go so quick, once they become ill.

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