A Dogs Love Is a Never Ending Game

As I stand beneath the open sky
As the heat from the sun pours deep into my soul
I quickly stare at the snakeskin clouds that fill the deep blue skies above
“Woof! Woof!”
My big blue eyes quickly gaze straight ahead
Into the big green fields that circle around us
Here comes my dog Choo
So Brave and fearless,
I know nothing can hurt me when Choo is around
He dashes toward me like a beam of light
My eyes begin to gleam,
As I begin to chuckle with delight
Two creatures Choo and I
Our bodies look nothing alike
Yet our hearts are identical
With one main purpose
To love and cherish the friendship we have created
Our bond will never be broken
Our feelings for each other will never fade away
I look down at the green grass
And I bend over to grab the ball that lies beneath me
“Want to play catch, Choo?”
I bend my arm all the way back,
And threw the ball just like my big brother Zack
A big gust of wind blew through the air
And Choo’s blue ball soared through the big blue sky
Like a shooting star in the darkness of night
He dashed down the field like a beam of light
My heart filled with such delight
Games with our dogs are such fun to play
But each time we play only last for a short time each day
However, the love we have for our dogs is a never-ending game that will last a lifetime,
Locked tightly in the walls of our hearts forever

Stacey Chillemi

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Stacey Chillemi graduated from Richard Stockton College in Pomona, New Jersey, majoring in marketing and advertisement. In the mid-nineties while in college, she began her first book, Epilepsy: You're Not Alone. It was published six years later. Before and after graduation in 1996, she worked in New York City for NBC. Since the birth of her children, she has been a freelance journalist., She has written features for journals and newspapers. Her articles have appeared in dozens of newspapers and magazines in North America and abroad. She won an award from the Epilepsy Foundation of America in 2002 for her help and dedication to people with epilepsy.

Last updated July 09, 2013