Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Lovely Flower to The Man and the Dog  

Fall came for a man, a dog and a flower 

They all endured endings or beginnings 

Lovely Flower (Shakespearean sonnet) 

A lovely flower whose home was a tree
Its beauty and charm it shared with the rest
There shared the sun in life richly blessed
Truly the best one hopes all would be
Each morning’s promise sweet music of birds
Soft kisses of lovers were whispers in breeze
The stars in the heavens would marvel at these
Those days those flowers beyond any words
Then came the fall when colors did show
And one by one the flowers took flight
In fragrant beauty they passed in delight
Except the flower which would not let go
Now death for its flowers soon happened by
And claimed the flower which never did fly

(This sonnet has many meanings and messages. If you read it in different moods, you will be amazed how this one poem changes.)

The garden of life: Secret Garden "Silent Wings" 

More magic 

Though most dogs are noted for their loyalty, the Great Pyrenees, whose earliest records date back to 1407, is considered the most loyal. Which brings us to Argentina, a man ad his dog. Hardly a Great Pyrenees, but it is hard to believe there could be a greater love and loyalty. Fundación Argentina de Transplante Hepático goes one step further. Originally create to attract donors in Argentina, the ad proved so successful, it was introduced worldwide for use by similar organisations. It is rumored the ad is inspired by the story of Hachikō, a Japanese Akita, who looked out for his master for ten years. 
As if this heart warming video needs that extra push. But Hachikō, you are remembered. "FUNDACION ARGENTINA DE TRASPLANTE HEPATICO 'The Man and the Dog'" 

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