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An Ode to My Dog.

I think I'll miss you forever.

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You were more than just any old regular dog.

You were a friend; no you were a best friend.

You were loyal and loving.

You always knew exactly what to do when I was sad.

You always made me so happy; always put a smile on my face.

You’re memory will forever live on in my heart.

Without you, I feel empty.

Without you, I feel lost.

You were my other half.

You were my best friend.

You were my favorite person.

I say “favorite person” because you were more than a dog.

We always said you were a human trapped in a dog's body.

I hope doggy heaven treats you well, Preston.

You deserve a lifetime of happiness…

You deserve all the fields in the world; to run freely.

All the ponds in the world; to swim all day.

All the treats in the world; to keep that belly full.

I hope your tail always wags and I hope your heart stays full.

Most of all, I hope you are free of pain.

I love you, Preston Rutherford.

Xoxo

Your best pal,

Tessa


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