Rainbow Bridges
Tranquil ridges
Tree lined hedges
Floral ledges
“Teddy” he passed on last year
On his hill not far away
Folly’s Farm outside Berkhamsted
Where all of his dear friends did stay

Sue she managed all the donkeys
And he loved her so
He lay there on the forget me knots
Just, watching them grow
For him a place of sublimity
A rich and pretty blue
And a little yellow star inside
And faery folk who do

Dance around and chortle
Harmless little souls
impeccable and perfect
Carrying out their roles
Around his hill of faultlessness
Passing sadly he
Took himself off to the Rainbow Bridge
But came back, his friends to see

A year had passed
And though he tried
and hoped someone would see
Only Claudia the beautiful
Espied his light mahogany
Sometimes nut brown hazel
Other times khaki
He so loved being at Follys
Untroubled there and free

And so it was the maiden
Raven haired was she
Wearing crystal bracelets
And boots up to her knee
She drove the dragon Kia
Such winsomeness was she
Her come hither look was magickal
And so much empathy
For all of the goddess creatures
Such appreciation
Intense her sense of sharing
And her observation.

About Rex Tyler

I love animals. I enjoy writing poetry and delivering speeches.I like to mentor people who need help in preparing speeches and evaluations.I enjoy travel although it is much harder for me these days.I so enjoyed the Andes Mountains and Volcanoes and the Quichua people who live and thrive there.I have lots of friends around the world.
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2 comments on ““Teddy”

  1. Claudia Ferri on said:

    Aww thats so sweet – blessed be Teddy boy

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