Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Thoroughly Poetic Thursday

Thoroughly Poetic Thursday with Teddy and Angel Sammy

This will be our 3rd attempt at poetry from A-Z
Angel Sammy and Teddy are changing it up a bit.
They are giving us a choice of words to use.  Mom
jumped the gun last week by writing her poem early so she 
is using her own word.  She promises to be less of a rebel 
from now on!

Apes

Apes like grapes this I know to be true
Apes are hairy, they never need capes , 
Apes are 'pickers' of this I'm sure. 
For this there is no cure.
Apes use their thumbs not for hitching
but for holding the grapes, 
picking at nits and finding pits.
However, they cannot knit!

Sincerely Madi and mom


29 comments:

  1. You did a lot better than we'd do. We're not so good with poetry

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  2. MOL! Things about apes that I never knew.

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  3. hahah good idea... and you can use the ape for the next letter too... they like bananas as much as grapes :O)

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  4. Someone somewhere this minute is trying to teach an ape to knit, I am quite sure of it!
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  5. Hari OM
    HAHAH - Bertie beat me to it!!! Love your take on apes Madi. Hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  6. I had not idea apes can't knit. MOL MOL... I like the one on your kitchen table..and tell your assistant good job on the poem...

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  7. Great poem, Madi and Mom. We like that a lot. You all have some fun today.

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  8. hahaha, good poem. I would have failed the challenge miserably.

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  9. Madi I knew your Mom had to get knit in there somewhere! Thanks for asking about my appointment with the specialist which was Wednesday. I had a lot of blood work done and a ophthalmology examine.  Vitiligo can have a great effect on my eyes.
    After the blood work comes back a core punch biopsy will be done.  Less than 2% of dogs are affected with this. Blood might be able to give us a reason for this and the biopsy to come will tell us the degree of progressiveness.
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

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  10. WOW! Poetic AND educational. Grreat job.

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  11. Very cute... I LIKE it! I also like the edits... I love your edits... :) You ARE a rebel, you killed me with the yoga story!

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  12. MOL we love the poem!!!

    Hugs, your guy Raz and The Florida Furkids

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  13. Do we really, truly know that apes don't knit? Give 'em a lesson, and maybe they will! LOL

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  14. madi....rebel ore knot yur apez poem rocked....N ya noe, ya gotta wunder if sum one did see an apez hitch hikin.. if they wood give him a lift inta town... ore knot ! ☺☺♥♥

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  15. Nice poem, Madi. Mom remembers when she was a little girl there was a zoo near her home. There was a monkey house there with lots of different kinds of apes. She always liked to give them bubble gum and watch them unwrap the Bazooka and then actually chew it.

    Woos - Misty and Lightning

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  16. That was pretty darn cute sweet Madi!

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  17. Madi, I am in love with your header picture so very nice.
    You are the best kitty I know, thank you for the visit today!
    If I could rime like you do that would be the monkey's uncle.
    We hope you are finding all the sun puddles to nap, you sweet little kitty cat.
    xo Astro

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  18. Your poem made us laugh! You could say that we went "ape" over it! MOL!

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  19. Well.. well.... What good are non-knitting apes?!

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  20. BOL oh Madi
    Apes like grapes...
    Lily & Edward

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  21. That was a great poem! And I love the little apes in your photo.

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  22. We wanna know how you know apes can't knit. ;)

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  23. Ohhhhh, so apes can't knit, well I never. Where do they get their winter jumpers from?????
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  24. Paws up! Good work Miss Madi!

    Puppy Growls,
    Lucy

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  25. Yeah ... I can't picture an ape knitting. Great poem!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  26. What a great poem. You are getting very good at your Thursday posts.

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