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The Making of Rainbow Bridge

Take a grey and murky sky and wash it with some rain, it will leave a clear blue canvas, for Nature to make a lane She'll gather some flowers from the meadow , of every shade and hue and also pluck some grass so green where once the daisies grew. Then choose the flowers one by one and place in a golden dish add Angel's tears, some fairy dust, blessing each one with a wish. She'll take some fronds of feathery grass and bind them with some fleece that will be the paintbrush, to create her masterpiece she'll dip the paintbrush into the dish and sweep it across the sky A beautiful arc of many colours where Fairies and Angels fly She'll sprinkle it with memories and happiness around Nowhere in this beautiful place will sadness ever be found. She''l call the animals one by one , when their life on Earth is through To meet old friends who've long gone and make others anew All pain and sorrow will be swept aside , and happiness will be reborn Games and fun and loving kindness in future be the norm . It will be named as Rainbow Bridge , and is just a waiting place for pet and master to meet again when they come face to face. So ye on Earth who have loved and lost a dear departed pet Take heart to know that someday......you will meet again They will not forget.

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Date: 1/10/2020 1:31:00 PM
Arlene, I do believe in the rainbow bridge. There are a multitude of dogs and cats waiting to claim me. I love this!
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Arlene Phillips
Date: 1/11/2020 11:56:00 AM
Thank you very much Caren, I am so pleased that it has had a comment, I had stopped posting on here as I never had any feedback LOL but this poem was liked by many of my dog friends so thought I'd take the plunge. Ihave 11 dogs waiting at the bridge for me. Must check out your poetry, Once again, Thank you xx