A Poem by Cat Cheshire

a literate blind cat (his name was frederick),
wished to be remembered for a short limerick.
but once the piece was finally complete,
he found the poem cumbrous to read;
the author turned out to be dyslexic.
a blue-blooded little puss named marmalade,
was truly disgusted by sweet lemonade.
"excuse me, sir, i am a cat of purebred!
for dinner, may i get a dead bird instead?
but no deep-frozen ones, please - only homemade.”
there once lived an odd cat named gingerbread
whose attraction to catnip was newlywed.
she would welter on a strawberry field,
as if she was bathing in golden milk -
oh dear, what a pixilated majorette!

© 2013 Cat Cheshire

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Added on October 13, 2013
Last Updated on October 13, 2013
Tags: cat, limerick, poem, literature, children's


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