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My Mind's Eye
formerly Madi and Mom

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Thoroughly Poetic Pictorial Thursday

Today we join Two  SPOILED CAT 
Angel Sammy and Teddy for their poetic pictorial poem.


Today's picture is quiet tropical.  
Angel Sammy  you find the most beautiful photos and each 
one inspires me to write.

mom put me in there via Pizap


If I....
by Madison D. Cat

If I lived on an island in the middle of the sea,
with glee I would sing more fishes for me.
If I lived on an island in the middle of the sea,
there would be sun puddles galore and so much more.
If I lived on an island in the middle of the sea,
tropical breezes would gently blow through the trees.
If I lived on an island in the middle of the sea,
there would be lots of sand just for me.
If I lived on an island in the middle of the sea,
stuck I'd be because a flea can swim better than me.
THE END






26 comments:

  1. MOL, you did a great job wif dat poem!

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  2. Don't worry Madi, we'd send out a rescue mission!

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  3. I don't know if I'd like being on an island! Oh wait a minute - I HAVE been on an island... CATalina Island!

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  4. <I'm with you for that swimming thing... we like fishies and a lot of them are in our tummies butt nevertheless we can not swim...that world can be unfair sometimes...

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  5. What a beautiful poem, Madi. How wonderful to have an island all to yourself!

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  6. Oh Madi you did a GREAT poem today! I know Angel Sammy would give you an A+ grade! It would be fun to live on an island - one big litterbox surrounded by fish.......yum.

    Hugs, Teddy

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  7. That is such a great picture and what fun to visit that island. Madi, we love your poem. Well done. It would be great fun to visit an island like that. You all have a fantastic day.

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  8. Hari OM
    Yeah, it all seems grand till you realise you can't get away from it, eh??!!! Fabulous poem Madi. Hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  9. wildly clapping for this poem. it is my favorite so far ever... love it.... love that island to

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  10. That was a terrific poem sweet Madi!

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  11. What a great poem Madi. We think it would be nice to visit a tropical island especially now since all we get is clouds, snow or rain for the next few months. It sure would be nice to wake up to sunshine.

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  12. That's a great poem, Madi. We love the twist with your last line:)

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  13. I was on pins and needles at the end, Madi!

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  14. Great poem, again. But Madi, we don't think you'd really like to be surrounded by water!

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  15. madi...yur poem iz total lee awesum ....make sure ya keep an eye out for raz...him shuld bee sailin in with de tidez ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ☺☺♥♥ ~~~~~~~~~~ look...therz hiz boat now !!!!

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  16. Another beautiful poem Madi!
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  17. We loved your island sea poem, Madi!!!
    xoxo,
    Jakey, Arty & Rosy

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  18. A beautful poem. If I was going to be on a desert island I would be fine it my house was there with all my toys and foo.

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  19. That last line is so funny! And so true.

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  20. That was a great poem! An island get-away would be nice right about now to escape the gray dreariness of the WNY weather.

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  21. What a fun poem, Madi! You can come to our island...we’ll show you a good time!

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  22. That island looks mighty inviting about now! You'd love those fishes, wouldn't you? Would your mom fish for you or do you know how to do it yourself?

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  23. Oh gurl, that is FABulous!!!!! BRAVO!!! Though, that Island shot reminds me of MARGARITAS!!!! Just sippin' my nectar, and enjoyin' the breeze.....
    Yups! wanna join me??!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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