Our pets are our family members. Plain and simple.
Today, I just have a small bit to share.
Our family turtle, whose nane was squirtle (as so named by my son), passed away.
He traveled cross-country with us from Los Angeles to New York. He loved the car ride. He danced throughout the whole trip. He was quite steakthy when we snuck him into hotels cross-trip. He would pop out his head to singing. He loved a siren song. He would scamper about.
He was originally smaller than my thumb. He grew to be bigger than my hand. He had a goofy personality.
Some may say he was just a turtle. But all creatures deserve an ode and a tear at their passing. And, he was loved.
Categories: death, family, mental health, Psychology
~Eulogy For A Turtle~
All Things Great And Small
All Love Greater Than All Things
Indeed Dear Miriam Compassion Loving
Giving Sharing Caring Healing Less Than A Grain
of Sand Through A Turtle’s EYes Who May Live Much
Longer Than Humans
Yet What Makes Human
And Social Animal is Our Ability
to Love IT All Genuinely Sincerely Deeply
As When We We BREaTHE LoVE THiS Way We Truly
Live God Bless
Squirtle Yes The
Turtle no Less or
More Than Any Part
of Love Integral Whole
Shall We Name IT i THiNK Not…
For THaT iS How Love Gets Lost
When We Label IT Away From Truly Breathing
Indeed in Form
Any Form So Much
Smaller Than A Breath oF Free Love..:)
Pets know when they’re loved. Blessings.
The remembered are never dead… are never gone… just waiting for the time to be remembered…!