My familiar, Solid black, Long hair, My cat, Five years, Overly protective, Not mean, Loving, Sincere Unless, Unless anyone but me!
We have hit the stage, No not John Waynes in Stagecoach, When in teens fast was not fast enough! In the twenties to thirties two witches thought brooms but walked swiftly, Now sixty-two and eight, No longer spry, We understand to well, Tim Conway’s skit speed, Though not the sixties of our grandparents, More likeContinue reading “No longer Zoomers”
Sammy the Georgian tuxedo, Black n white, My wife is fussing! Georgian too! Sammy has falling in love, Three Quasqueton,Iowan firballs, Miss Emily,Purfect, meow, Sophie grey calico always eating any food left upon his saucer, Meow! And last but not least Teddy, Now we thought Theodora was female, Purr,Meow! Tonight Teddy hissed first time atContinue reading “Cat Casonova”
Little,grey calico, Always courious, Playful, hungry, A special spirited soul, My little girl, Loved by Sammy a Georgian cat, At first no idea what the small, Furry thing was, Now seeks her out, Locked in a room eith mom and sis, Sammy paces the hall calling, Meowing, Seeking the girls,Sophie,Teddy and their mom Emily.
Georgia here we come, Two lesbians, A mother of a gay young man, One cat named Sammy, No bed for Val, One black Chevy Equilnox, Like a horrid remake of travele days of Christmas, Figure two expensive nights in hotels, Two rooms, Food for all! The car over and the Val in side are screaming…Continue reading “Traveling next week back”
Holes in legs, Chairs, Carpet, Pee & Poops where ever, Just Anywhere, Two months old, Adorable, Sweet, Hungry, Fluffy, Fearful, I’m theres!
Ever take a trip with a girl, With a cat, The cat hates the trip, Says Not a thing, Literately Not.. A.. Word, Barely eats, Or poops. Still the girl knows her cat, Named Sam, Hates every minute of it, The girl asures you over and over, Its not me, Its Sam! We arrive safe!Continue reading “Cat Talks,”
Glide, slip, hop, glide, Ricochet rounds bends, Ponce where others jump, not unusually, Sophie does it best, Full of gleee, full of wonder, Like a ballerina, Grace never alludes her, Soaring like Iowa eagles, Cressing table tops, Never will my little girl roam, Inside kitty like her sister mom and uncle Black, Maybe one dayContinue reading “Kittens dance”
Strong full of heart, When Ellen no one really knows why passed through the vail, Five women who loved my baby sister stepped to her side, There were Lottie Henrietta Starkey Bittenger, pure Norwegian mom’s mom, Nana no longer in the pain that took her, Smiling dressed classily, There was mom full of life, smilingContinue reading “Seven women came”