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Saturday, 7 December 2019


The Sunday Muse #85

My word, the weeks fly by, don't they?

Once again The Sunday Muse comes around.

I thought this prompt was very appealing so I just thought I would let the little kitten speak for itself

Thank you Carrie for this great prompt.


Photography by Guy Kawasaki

Please choose little me.
I hope you will agree.
I'm sort of cute and fluffy
Though I'm also rather scruffy.
Will you adopt me?
Other's have dropped me.
Can I share your home
Where I can freely roam?

You might well be smitten
With me now as a kitten.
I can't promise I will stay
In this form and in this way,
For one day I will grow.
Will you tell me then to go?
I'll still be the same me
Could I stay?  So please agree.

I'll sit there on your lap
And have a long, long nap.
While you gently stroke my fur
And I will gently purr.
If you don't show me rejection
I'll give you my affection
And bring to you a mouse
or a bird into your house.

Please choose little me
I hope you will agree.

Eddie Bluelights
7 December 2019

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  1. This is precious. I would adopt.

  2. Awww, this is cute, and funny, and full of heart. I love it, and hope that puss...or many others just like her--gets adopted pronto! :-)

    Pssst....I think you mean "fur" not "fir." ;-)

    1. Thank you, Shay. Little cutie isn't he/she. Yes fur, thanks. 😊

  3. This is sweet, wonderful and you have made me wish you were in charge of homeless kittens, you speak for them beautifully!! I always enjoy your amazing rhymed poetry Eddie!

    1. Better than flushing them down the toilet. I jest of course.
      I just thought this approach may touch a few hearts :)

  4. Sweet poem and pic. How precious they are when being a kitten. then they grow and become lifelong friends.

    1. Thanks Susan, yes good to have them as kittens first to make a bond.

  5. And as they grow the bond sure grows stronger.

    1. Yes, I can see that, even though I have no cat.

  6. loved this, Eddie. I chose my cat from a rescue place and have never regretted it.

  7. Adorable! This was a heart-tugging poem. :)

  8. For one day I'll grow.
    Will you tell me to go?

    That's beautiful, Eddie.

  9. This is an absolute delight, Eddie. How can one say no to this ball of fluff. I like the gentle way you introduced that kittens grow into cats, and will they still be loved.

    1. Thanks Sara. I wonder why I am considering buying adopting a kitten . . . aww


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