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Saturday 7 December 2019

PLEASE CHOOSE ME


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.



PLEASE CHOOSE ME


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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20 comments:

  1. This is precious. I would adopt.

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  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." ;-)

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    1. Thank you, Shay. Little cutie isn't he/she. Yes fur, thanks. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  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!

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


    That's beautiful, Eddie.

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  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.

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

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