My Mind's Eye

My Mind's Eye
formerly Madi and Mom

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Thoroughly Poetic Pictorial Thursday

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



Here is today's photo prompt
mom and I struggled with this one. MOL


Oh Me, I must have eaten organic nip 
 I awoke in a land so strange.
Oh Me, maybe I am on a magic carpet trip.
I hope I don't land on the tip of the pyramid or the prickly palm.
Oh Me, surely I'm tripping 'cause now
I see a pond in front of me and a lady with a stroller, 
Oh Me, I see sand but not in a pan, no matter 
I must peepee and then I'll flee.

31 comments:

  1. BOL...oh Madi, this has Mama giggling so loud we can't hear Birdy TV!
    Great poem!!
    xoxo,
    Rosy, Jakey and Arty

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  2. that's egg-sactly how we feel after magic cat nip... or magic human nip LOL

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  3. Madi, we think you and Mom did very well. A lesser partnership would have ducked the challenge!

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  4. Hari om
    You did great wih a challenging image! Hugs and whiskeries YAM-aunty xxx

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  5. Madi, I don't think you liked this scene very much!

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  6. you did a great job, I got NOHTHING from it, yours fits good and there is a cat in that sand. the biggest pee box I ever saw....

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  7. Madi I think you and your Mom did a GREAT job! We knew it was a challenging photo but then life without challenges is not nearly as much fun is it?! Thanks for pawticipating - you rocked it!

    Love, Teddy

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  8. Great picture. Love the poem too. One could get lots of meaning out of this picture. Have a great day.

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  9. That was a fun one sweet Madi!

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  10. Great job! You did a wonderful job with the photo prompt. Truly creative.

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  11. BOL! I don't know if I could use such a fancy litter box.

    ~Pigeon

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  12. What an amazing place that is! I don't think I could come up with a poem about it, but you did a great job!

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  13. Oh we just loved your poem!!! Great job!
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  14. Oh my pug we laughed and laughed...organic trip..bhahahahah mags and gus

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  15. All we can see, Madi, is that you must have some really wild dreams for a senior gal:)

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  16. Yeowza.....quite a nip dream!!!

    Hugs,
    your guy Raz and The Florida Furkids

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  17. Madi, you did a fantastic job. We are so happy that you shared it with us. Hope you are have a wonderful Thankful Thursday. Thanks for the share.
    World of Animals

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  18. You got me laughing Madi! Loved that line that you must peepee.

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  19. madi: we iz crackin UP....this poemz one oh yur best yet.....N noe doubt,
    ya got plentee oh room ta ...use it ~~~~~~~ ☺☺☺☺♥♥♥♥♥

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  20. Gotta watch out for that organic nip. Or so I've been told.
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  21. Terrific and funny poem, Madi. 😂☀️😎

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  22. You had us chuckling all the way through reading your poem. It was perfect for that picture and you.

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  23. Happy belated 9th Blogiversary!

    Lady and Man told Uncle Chris he was watching us when they go away but the truth is he does not have the skills required to care for Lee. He could handle Phod. So pups will be going to camp.

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  24. What a fun poem, Madi. We agree...all that sand...it looks like a big litter box!

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  25. BOL!!! OMD/OMC! That was a good one....I likes the last line the bestest! Oh,and that organic nip can knock you on your TAIL! or, so I'm told...☺
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  26. Haha, you may have struggled but it is a good one! I'd be thinking nip would be involved... made me laugh!

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