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Miss you, my love!

   Sniff sniff sniff...
   I follow her  trail,  to no avail. This is the spot where I met her yesterday, where we promised to meet  today. This is the place, where I set my eyes on her; she, in all her white furry glory, her light  brown eyes, her sexy whiskers, and her tail, swaying side to side. 
   There was something about the twinkle in those eyes, they grabbed my heart, and turned my world upside down. Her bark felt like music to my ears, her breath the sweetest breath, ever! And, her gait - oh, goodness, have I ever seen a more gracious sway before!?
   
  Here I am, waiting for her, missing her like crazy. Wondering when she will come, join me on my walk, and make this the best moment of my day. I find it tough to walk back home without a look at my love. But, go home, I must. For, tomorrow is another day , a day full of hope, a day full of promise. A hope that I will meet her, a promise that I will make her, of being her friend for the rest of my life, and showering her with my love forever and ever. 

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  1. Awwww, puppy love at its finest. So sweet, Shilpa! Chikoo is in love! Love the cute photo, too. You are a hopeless romantic, I can tell.

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    1. You are so very correct, Cat! I AM a hopeless romantic! Actually, the 'girl' I wrote about is Chikoo's friend, who now lives with her grandparents and her uncle in Goa. Chikoo adored her a lot, and now misses her very much. . So, this post was written on his behalf! :))

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  2. Acchacho. This is too adorable. Puppy love at is pristine best! Ok, what happened? I am seeing a sudden spike in posts PLUS a really different feel to your writing. What is the secret of this inspiration? P.S. I am loving it :)

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    1. Thank you, Shailaja! :))
      Actually, my friend-cum-mentor pushed me to participate in the A to Z challenge, and write for the remaining letters, so, here I am! :)

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  3. Awww I tell you. Coco used to like a neighbor's dog who did not give him any bhav. So well, he learnt his lesson. :) Hugs, Shilpa.

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