Dial M for Mouse

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Can we drag it in the house?
I don’t know it’s still alive
Still alive? What’s that you say?
I believe… Yes I believe it is…
It is! It’s Mighty Mouse!
Might Mouse? For Heaven’s sake
Pray how can you tell?
I can see a little “M”
And there another “M”
On his little cape

by guest author Timothy Price from Photo of the Day
I posted Scent-elating by Flordaborne yesterday https://catsatthebar.org/2015/05/28/scent-elating/
I invite you to look at both and based on your comments one of them will win a fabulous prize from us. Also best comment wins a Cats at the Bar T-shirt!

46 thoughts on “Dial M for Mouse”

      1. Tough choice, both posts and poems are very good in their own unique way.
        However, I like Scent-Elating by Floridaborne the best. The reason is because it is written in quick, spurts of words such as I imagine cats talk. I somehow don’t see cats carrying on lengthy fully versed conversations like the poem in Dial M for Mouse suggests.

  1. Hmmm! I wasn’t told that I had to do three poems. Here’s another two:

    Shadow Mouse Haiku

    as the shadow mouse
    through a worm hole safely slips
    outside dimension

    Anticipation

    among the blades
    lays in wait
    nose comes ever closer
    shivering with anticipation
    which one will be the quicker

      1. WE are talking about a guy with like 18 cats. I don’t think it’s much of a challenge for Tom to come up with photos for anything we write! 😉

  2. Amanda, believe me cats can carry on quite the conversations. Just today I was out on the ditch talking to a neighbor when one of my cats came out to the fence and scolded me up one side and down the other for being outside the property. I couldn’t get a word in edgewise to get after him for wondering out 500 feet from the house to the edge of the property himself.

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