Distinct Character

Every being has one,

Take Sophie my eldest calico,

When a kitten her past life caught up to her,

A nineteen twenties deva,

First time in heat befire being fixed,

She woukd stroll in front of me,

Fling herself hither and neither,

And silently scream mommie ‘look at me!’

‘Are I not devine!’

I would say Sophie stop that you will get hurt,

Going on two,

Sophie Louise still bull headed,

Her way is still only her way,

Now Teddi her sister my sift butch cat,

Black and white,

Silent as the night,

Outstanding jumper,

Never steps on a book on his way to his/her perch,

See though a vet stated shes a girl,

Like dear old mom,

Me,not so much,

Miss Emily their mom likes what she likes,

In a previous life Emily was the lady of the manor,

Stepped on strong young mens back mounting what ever or whomever she wanted,

Sadie in pass life a boxer,

Young male always hungry,

Runs like a rat in a previous life,

Plop,plop,zoom down my hall,

Leaps from the door frame,Jumping off my shoulder before arriving,

Sadie a through breed through and through,

And a bit if a poet,

Grey calico,

Loves Mr Black and he Never,

Ever liked another just me,

Mr Black my eldest seven we know,

Given away,

Thrown away by his Previous human,

She was a turd,

I knew her when young,

A twin and a turd from Waukon,Iowa,

Black had issues,

Blacks a work in progress,

Lady a short haired main coon in heat just now,

Lith,with a sedate undertone of grace,

Her sisters Schnuggler and Precious,

Long haired main coons,

Sweet and lovely,

My family and in one of my past lives,

I stood upon a bluff dreaming of what might be,

Published by Val's Whitewolf Books

Val's Whitewolf Media Anchor PodCast. I write here on WordPress. I believe that everyone should tell their story and that every book is a learning tool that will help those of us who are writers become better at our craft.I'm learning plus becoming more confident as an empath its important to share and touch with my heart others harmed by others words. I sell books on Pango.

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