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Terry and I are dog lovers. When our sweet golden retriever, Molly, passed away I felt like I had been punched in the gut. My grief was deep. To help process my grief, I wrote a poem about her.
Molly was a huge part of our lives. She filled our empty nest when our kids were no longer home. She never left my side while I healed from a major kidney infection. She was our enthusiastic walking partner and loved to include herself in every family picture. She braved riding in the car (not her favorite thing to do) when we moved from the state of Washington to Florida and kept me company when Terry worked evenings. Molly's presence was always a comfort and she was our best fur friend.
I belong to a golden retriever Facebook group and asked them what helped through their grief when they lost a pet. Someone recommended PVC: Coping With The Loss Of A Pet Support Group on Facebook. Upon joining, I felt understood and welcomed while sharing my grief because others were also sharing about their grief over the loss of a pet. Today, I'm still a member and love to encourage others as they did me when I needed it most.
One member said she was at a loss over what to engrave on her dog's memorial stone. I offered to write a poem for her. She sent me a list of memories about her dog: what she missed most about her, nicknames, her quirky and at times annoying habits, favorite things to do and favorite toys. She loved the poem and since then, more people have asked me to write tributes for their pets.
From this desire to honor their pets in a very personal way, I saw a need and started Tails of Tribute: Personalized poems created to capture the unique personality of your pet written as a poetic tribute to help you remember the love and joy your pet has given you.
TO ORDER A DIGITAL COPY OF A TAILS OF TRIBUTE PERSONALIZED POEM WRITTEN SPECIFICALLY ABOUT YOUR BELOVED PET, PLEASE FILL OUT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION BELOW.
Thank you for the privilege of allowing us to help keep your beloved pet's memory alive.
Karen and Terry Carlson