Photo by Georgia LV
Students - yes, another sleeping kitty picture! After I showed today's poem to Mark, he said, "You're not telling that your cat beats up the neighborhood cats at night, are you?" For the other day, one of our neighbors told us that our cat Mini has mixed it up in the evening with their cat a few times. Now that we know, we can keep him in after dinner.
This is something I've often wondered: what do cats do at night? Many times, Sarah or Mini will come home and meow at the door come morning. Where have they been? Who have they visited? Cats have secret night lives, and this wondering and daily happening opened up a world into today's little verse.
Sometimes when you sit down to write, you will not know what you want to write. That's good. Let something float to the surface - it will.
If you are a cat lover...or a poem lover...or both...be sure to read Betsy Franco's A CURIOUS COLLECTION OF CATS, full of fun in word and picture!
Andi is hosting today's Poetry Friday over at a wrung sponge. Swing on by the sponge for more poetry celebrations!
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