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Slice of Life: Unconditional Love #SOL19 #TWTBlog

Clare
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    Paula Bourque
    Posted at 23:37h, 27 March Reply

    This poem warms my heart. I love seeing my son snuggle and play with our pup, Tubbie. Sharing unconditional love with another creature is such an important thing to nurture.
    “Loyal friends need no words to connect”-so true!

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    Peg Bruno
    Posted at 00:06h, 28 March Reply

    Nothing better than the love of a pup for his/her human and vice versa. I love the use of poetry to capture this moment. It captures the pace as well as the joy for both of them.

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    Christie Wyman
    Posted at 00:14h, 28 March Reply

    Oh how sweet! I watched a boy and his dog from the rear view mirror in my car at a red light this afternoon. A mom had just picked up her high school-aged son and watching the boy scratch the dog’s head and the dog reciprocating with cheek licks made my afternoon.

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    Christine Baldiga
    Posted at 02:28h, 28 March Reply

    A sweet post for a sweet pup. Thank you for sharing a few, little details about your lovely dog. What a cutie.

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    Carol Varsalona
    Posted at 12:44h, 28 March Reply

    Clare, poetry is such a great vehicle to express emotions and themes. Unconditional love is fully shown in your poem. While we cannot have pets, I was swooped right into the scene you set.

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    Mandy Robek
    Posted at 01:08h, 29 March Reply

    Pets are loyal friends and often start our days at our home too. It’s nice to have them both looking for each other.

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