Millie: A Poem

Written By: Crystal Stewart

Written On: 1-25-2020 

MILLIE WITH A STATUETTE OF A CAT THAT LOOKS A LOT LIKE PRANCIE.

Millie

Millie, you were a beautiful and 

Smart White Cat that was born

In the Mill Yard but despite that you

Somehow survived and found your 

Furrever home with a loving family.

Millie, you were a special cat in

More ways than one. You had one 

Blue eye and one green eye. You

Lived a full and active life.

It was so sad and we were

Devastated when we found out

You earned your wings to go over

The Rainbow Bridge but before you

Went over the Rainbow Bridge, we

Made many memories that we’ll

Cherish and treasure of you. We will

Always love you and miss you. We

Loved you so much that you left

Pawprints on our hearts.

Millie, you have become an angel

And aren’t miserable or suffering in

Pain anymore and are romping with

Other cats and other pets now.

Millie sweet kitty cat, you are now

An angel and will be sadly missed.

So when a Monarch Butterfly shows

Up with its beautiful wings know

That it’s your sweet Millie

Coming to check on you and your 

Family. When you see more than one

Beautiful Monarch Butterfly don’t

Worry because that is your sweet

Millie With all the friends

She’s met.

You will know when you see see a

Bunch of Butterflies,

A flock of Birds, Hummingbirds

Staying together

As if to say I’m here for you and

Don’t be to upset or mad because it

Rains or Snows. You see the Rain

And 

The Snow are your friends not to

Mention when it rains and snows

That’s me Angel Millie sitting on

Your shoulder and saying, I’m here

To make you and the family OK.

Millie, thank you for all the

Memories.

You left pawprints on our hearts.

THE BONDS WE HAVE ARE

EVERLASTING!!

 

 

 

20 thoughts on “Millie: A Poem

  1. That was a dear dear poem and I love that you showed how special Millie was and that love to both Millie and his family was so beautifully shown.
    Katie isabella~ Blogspot

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