Memories of Cha wa wa Joe

a poem by Linda Bates Terrell, USA

Memories still linger of Cha wa wa Joe
Always a friend never a fow
liking to lick peanut butter from my finger
Oh the good memories still linger.

Memories still linger of Cha wa wa Joe.
His short legs sprinting low
smaller than a tree sprout
away he would go.

Memories still linger of Cha wa wa Joe.
He shivered in the cold wind so
with his nose lifing the loose snow
grasping a bite so quickly
and then
away he'd go

Memories still linger of Cha wa wa Joe
Years have passed since he ran about.
but when the icesickles form
hanging from the frozen roof
and the fire is warm
memories sometimes rekindle of that little mut.
Cha wa wa Joe.

Linda Terrell
September 11, 2009

We all have a child hood pup that lingers tucked away
in our memories. Watching them play still if only in our special memories on cold winters day.







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