Lesson From A Lost Love
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In my arms, a small body.
Can't carry his weight.
Hard saying goodbye
My friendů housemate.

If I could give you new life,
My love, my cat friend,
But it's just not to be,
A journey reaches an end.

I wish I could've told you
All you've taught me,
How all creatures have feelings,
And how you made me see
All animals everywhere
Wish to be free.

I did what I could
Within my power
To make you happy
Until your final hour.
Remember me, catfriend
I wish you the best
And now, my love,
Lay down and rest.

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