by Emma Gould
I will wait for you
You came into my life just 6 weeks old, my brother held you all the way home.
We got to your new home and we introduced you to your new best friend, our son Ben.
He loved you from day one. I remember when I saw you roll on the floor together, the times you ran up the stairs after him and cried when he wasn't in the house.
So young already my son new the meaning of love
and it was all down to you.
You were unique.
You had a heart shape on your nose.
You were made for us to take you home but after 4 long years of the happy times we had the sad times when you would come lay on me and comfort me when I cried.
You were the best friend I had and I'll never forget that you taught me how to love again.
Go play with the angels Kyra because now you are free from your illness and no longer will I see you looking at me as if to say "help me mummy, I'm hurting!".
No other dog could ever replace you, never!
It will be so hard telling your best friend Ben that he will never return from school to give you cuddles and lay on you while playing his
Ben will never again be able to hug you when he feels upset. He spends days talking about you and always will even though he doesn't know you are gone.
Rest in peace my beloved angel Kyra. I love you to the heavens and back xoxoxox
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