Tails of Two Pearl-Amber-lating Kitties

Amber and Pearl … or is it Pearl and Amber? Well, the kids can tell them apart at a glance.

Two kitty-poozies one sunny day
Cut short their snoozies and went to play,
Both climbed a tree, then they climbed  a wall;
There was no way they were going to fall,
For both were sure-footed; cling-clawed as well;
And full of confidence, you could tell.

Now, when with climbing the two were done,
They shot off to find some other fun,
And teased the doggies on either side
But near to places where they could hide;
The dogs were all big and were not amused;
They do not like being thus abused.

Then monkeys came, and the kitty-poos
Decided that these were not good news,
So they scooted off, indoors to stay,
Till dogs moved the troop off on its way,
Then went out to pond to snatch a few fish:
Too small, but the sport is what they wish.

This made them think it was time for food,
So got a human in the right mood
By mews and rubbing against a leg
Which is not to say they tried to beg,
But this is a kitty-cats tactful way
To indicate, Feed us promptly, pray!

Well, after munch-crunch and drinkie-lap,
They thought it time for another nap;
One on pillow, the other on rug,
With snuggly teddy-bears there to hug;
To dream with whiskery-twitches, before
Both jumped up and went to play some more.






© June 2017 Colonialist

About colonialist

Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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12 Responses to Tails of Two Pearl-Amber-lating Kitties

  1. beeblu says:

    ‘A Child’s Garden of Verses’ and ‘Dr Dolittle’ spring to mind. Do you read your poetry to your granddaughters?


  2. Monkeys 🐒 in your garden, seems very exotic.


  3. Must be nice to be talented like you are Leslie


  4. Colline says:

    What a fun way to share your photos. I enjoyed the poetry 🙂


  5. Scottie says:

    I love it and they are adorable. They look like my Milo and Odis. I can tell them apart instantly but Ron has trouble sometimes. Milo has a broad face and Odis has a small pinched face. Thanks for a fun post. Hugs


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