Harley Harlequin Solt
January 1, 1753
I can still hear your gallop as you ran through the wind with one brown and one blue eye and those floppy long ears. How I miss you and all those years. Your “lean” on my leg craving attention byday And your “nudge” on my arm to awake me still stay. Your gaze from your couch always following my footsteps now haunts me. The undying love in your eyes Oh! How I do love thee! You use to wake me while your paws kept loudly drumming Because even in your dreams you loved the running. I miss petting your head and your soft black white fur with my hand.Why on earth did this all have to end? You were always loving, loyal, protective and never defiant There’s no wonder why they call your breed– “The Friendly Giant”. When there’s a storm, I wonder If you still fear that thunder. Oh Harley, I feel lonely, sad and sick While I keep yearning for one last lick. For as long as we’re apart, I wear a paw print deep inside my heart. If there is a “Rainbow Bridge” out there somewhere, I pray that someday we’ll both meet there. Sonia Solt (June 2016)
All Paws Great and Small Crematory
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX