Pet Loss Poems – Poems To Help, Heal, And Comfort Your Loss

Pet Loss Poem – Poems To Help, Heal, And Comfort Your Loss

The following are some pet loss poetry to help, heal and comfort your grief:

“I’ll miss you so much I’m going to cry.” – “You’re not gone forever. You’re just gone for now.”

“My life was yours when you left me here alone.” – “Your life will never be the same again. But it will always be mine.”

“It’s okay, I’m here with you.” – “No matter what happens, I am here for you.”

“I love you. I’ll always remember our time together.” – “We were meant to be together. May our memories last forever!

May our hearts continue to beat!”

“I’m sorry for leaving you.” – “Don’t be. I love you too much to let go like this.”

“I want my old life back.” – “That’s why I loved you so much. That’s why I wanted us to spend all our lives together. That’s why I’ll always cherish our time together.”

“I wish I could have protected you.” – “We both know that you did everything you can. You were the best master anyone could ever have.”

“If I had known that this was going to happen, I would still choose to adopt you.” – “Our time together was a blessing. We made our choices and we chose each other. No regrets.”

“Just as long as you know how much I love you.” – “I hope this poem would make you smile. You deserve it, for you are the best pet that ever lived.”

“Our special time is now over, but our relationship still goes on.” – “You will always be in my heart. We had our final moments together. But what matters is that we had a lot of fun!”

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“Whatever life has in store for us, we will always have each other.” – “I’m going to miss you so much. I love you and our relationship will last forever!”

After your pet has passed away, make sure to let go of the pain you’ve felt and learn to move on. Take care of yourself as well and find a nice activity that can make you forget about your loss. Most importantly, let the memories of your beloved pet live on forever.

Sources & references used in this article:

Autoethnographic poems and narrative reflections: A qualitative study on the death of a companion animal by R Furman – Journal of Family Social Work, 2006 – Taylor & Francis

Goodbye, friend: healing wisdom for anyone who has ever lost a pet by G Kowalski – 2012 –

Pet loss and human emotion: Guiding clients through grief by CB Ross, J Baron-Sorensen – 1998 –

Finding the words to say it: the healing power of poetry by R Carroll – Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative …, 2005 –

Aspects of death in early Greek art and poetry by E Vermeule – 1981 –

Saying Goodbye to Your Angel Animals: Finding Comfort After Losing Your Pet by A Anderson, L Anderson – 2010 –