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Thursday, November 16, 2017

Thoroughly Poetic Thursday


Angel Sammy and brudder Teddy

Today's 4 word challenges are
window, wink, worry wiggle





Today's Poem title is
From my Window
subtitle: You birds better be glad I'm a house cat
by Madison D. Cat 


From my window I spy
birds galore and chippers. 
And of course the nasty squirrels who destroy Dad's 
planters and make him cry.
Often to my surprise and glee my friend the red
Cardinal wink(s) at me as he chows down on sunflower
seeds and suet without a worry.
Me thinks he might not realize a fierce cat I be.
The tiny chickadee is quick to take seed in a flurry.
The chippers are by far the best at scurrying.
The robin and his misses on the ground do roam.
They hop and skip about, their single mission is to quickly find
a worm that wiggles to take home.


26 comments:

  1. Hari om
    Brava brava our diva of poetry!!! Hugs and shiskeries YAM-aunty xxx

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  2. that is a super poem! and it has even tasty parts... such a roasted berd is sure not bad... but I wouldn't say no to a worm, they can be yummy too ;o)

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  3. Another striking poetic effort there Madi.
    Oh if only those bird knew...
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  4. You create the bestest poems, Madi! That is quite the birdie feeding station for you to keep an eye on!

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  5. Great poem with all those words. We love the picture with all the colorful birds. Good one. Have a super day.

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  6. wiggly worms and HARK there is a flamingo AND an elephant out there ms Madi... they better be glad you are contained behind your window

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  7. Laughing at your subtitle! A most excellent poem. The chippers and the squirrels are wearing out their welcome here. They want in the house and that won't do!You have a lovely little tree... ♥

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  8. Poor Dad, I know he works hard on those planters.
    I had to push sticks into some of mine to keep wave out of them. Wasn't exactly beautiful, buy at least it kept him from digging in them.

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  9. Bravo Madi! That's a terrific poem and I could just hug you for staying indoors and letting the birds enjoy their seeds in peace :)

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  10. That is a great poem and an ode to the birdies in your yard. We love watching the birds at our feeders too.

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  11. soooooooo beautiful, I've seen some really nice catieres added to windows and such, wish i could spell the word, lol,,,, I'm Lucky/or rather Silly Dilly and Banita in a way i guess, although some wildlife not so much, I live 1000' off the road with pasutures surrounding my place, so my kitties get to go out during the day. Although somedays I have to call fairly loud for that SILLY DILLY. WHY do cats sit around the corner and ignore????
    take care, and Have A GREAT BLESSED THANKSGIVING....

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  12. Madi my sweet friend, this is one of your BESTEST EVER poems. We love it.....and as usual, you got all those prompts in. You are an amazing poet!

    Hugs, Teddy and Angel Sammy too

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  13. Well done Madi! Since you are not an outside cat maybe your pawrents should bring some birdies into the house so you can "play" with them!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  14. Appaws, Appaws Appaws!!! Wonderful poem Madi!
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  15. Really, Madi...the squirrels make your dad cry? Bad squirrels!

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  16. What a sweet poem, Madi, and a beautiful photo to illustrate it!!! You sure do have pretty birds and creatures in your yard. Have you ever met that flamingo?

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  17. That was a good one and so is your view pretty Madi!

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  18. Great use of all the words again Madi! XO

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  19. madi....total lee awesum poem thiz week tho when mom lurnz bout all de fowl language ewe used.... herz gonna bee upset.... tho we guess it washez in de long run.... coz herz gonna bee in trubullz when dad seez her rited on de glass door ~~~~ ☺☺♥♥

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  20. What a wonderful W Poem Madi!! We sure wish we lived closer...we could come over and put an end to your Dad's crying!
    xoxo,
    Jakey, Arty & Rosy

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  21. I don't think I could have strung together those words into such a nice poem!

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  22. Oh yeah, those birds better count their lucky feathers.

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  23. We really like your poem Madi. You did great getting all the words in. We didn’t use on.

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  24. FABulous poem my BFFFFF!!! I thinks those burdies should be thankful you are an indoor kitteh too..heheheheee! you knows, those frickin' tree rats have been tryin' to gets at Ma's planters too, butts so far I have managed to chase them aways....so far. Ma saw one gets close when i was nappin', so she woke me up to chase the frickin' thing! ☺
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  25. What a fun poem, Madi! And you have quite the good view from that window

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