Day 18 NaPoRwiMo prompt: ruba’i is a four-line stanza, with a rhyme scheme of AABA. It should be as easy as pie (if you make the innards in a blender and use… Continue reading
Spring green on sand trails fresh grass sprigs bushing cat tails show proudly their stance. cat
Kneady kitty Sitting pretty Nuzzles fingers While I’m typing. Hair like feathers Flying letters Scattered clanging Paws bang-banging. Off my keyboard Thankless screen hoard! Not my water! Oh…my lord! On… Continue reading
“Today, let’s rewrite a famous poem, giving it our own spin.” All righty then…. 🙂 ORIGINAL: from Figs and Thistles: First Fig By Edna St. Vincent Millay My candle burns… Continue reading
I have today. No minutes, seconds…hours simply now. You take my desk. You mercilessly use it as a bed. I have the now appreciating catness that is you.
You stumble by and wipe a tear I softly lend a quiet ear. Without a thought You stroke my fur Your heartbeat slowing As I purr. We live so short… Continue reading
Do not ask me why I grieve the same over all my family, including cats and dogs. The intelligence or the species isn’t as important as the spirit or soul.
When a cat sleeps on your lap, what is he thinking… If I hold the human down it won’t blow away? (Altruism isn’t a skill generally associated with cats) If I purr on… Continue reading
Is it possible to create pun Haiku? Cat mound licking fur, feathers covering the floor, smells of Cardinal sin
What it becomes after the cat licks it.