In Joyful Memory of Jack

jackhandsome

1998- November 1, 2013

I feel you running through the fields of my consciousness, joyful and free.  Released from the pain and suffering of incarnation.  My heart longs to run with you yet the roots of my existence are still strong and vibrant.  Let us bridge this divide and bring heaven to earth.

My heart breaks, not with sadness but with a ferocious will to be free!  To love it all!  To run with the wild ferality of a dog chasing a rabbit, leaping into the air and gliding like a bird, twisting and slicing through the velvety air.  Running across the treetops, sylphs tickling and teasing, you do not belong up here human!  You do not believe!  Coming to rest upon a cloud, nestled deep within the cotton, you come to lie by my side your smiling pant, tongue lolling, filling me once again with the depths of me.

In loving memory of and in divine partnership with my beloved Jack.  I miss you, buddy.

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About Maria Falce

Maria is a spiritual writer and a self-love warrior with a deep and diverse background in both the culinary and healing arts. She is most passionate about guiding people to connect with their inner voice, a midwife to the joyful birth of inherent authentic creativity that lives within us all.
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9 Responses to In Joyful Memory of Jack

  1. salynx says:

    Has Dog been e’er better remembered?

  2. Jamie Barone says:

    Absolutely beautiful, Maria. ❤

  3. greyzoned/angelsbark says:

    This is awesome Maria. From someone who’s heart has broken in a zillion pieces when my babies transition to their next expression: I totally feel you. ❤

  4. ttsp61 says:

    Hugs and hearts!

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