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Dedicated to Pip, RIP.

I am a member of another community, and I just saw this poem written by Pip's owner. Pip was a female guinea pig which passed away Feb 24th. He would be a great asset to this community, as he loves these little animals and cares for them with heart and soul. Here it goes:

I made it by myself from my heart-


Together we once were,
as happy as could be,
But luck soon fades,
including you and me.

I wish It couldn't be so,
although I know it's true,
And that the last thing that I said,
was ''I love you''.

The lives we shared together,
was so connected,
Now the hearts are fading,
and will soon be detected.

There will never be another guinea pig,
As soft and as sweet as you,
And I wish I had another chance,
To say much more than ''I love you''.

As time pushes us apart,
I will never forget,
The time we once had together,
Is now in debt.

When I see the sun setting,
I think of you,
But It's not the same,
As me being with you.

I know our time is up,
And I know It was short,
It's what nature does,
But I still wish for more.

I can see the sunlight fading,
Right before my eyes,
And when that time happens,
It's time to say Good bye!
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541150 tn?1306033843
Here is Pip. He even made a video of her. The music is very touching. Enjoy guys..


R.I.P Pip.
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