Robin First Copies, Hypnos with Cat, Apollo with Delight, Dracula without Delight


It’s really hard to say
What’s taken up my day:
Just sending books away,
And blood tests: an array.

The Author Copies, few,
Are badly overdue;
I needed blood tests new,
For Monday, it is true.

Then fitted some new lights
Down steps, the entrance flights,
So that, in dark of nights,
Won’t tumble from the heights.

The weather, it was cold,
And wet to boot, so rolled
Into my bed, where strolled
Through dreamland, brave and bold.

There was no cause for fear,
For M-cat I had near,
Protecting from the rear
(At buttocks, will appear!)

© September 2019 Colonialist
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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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3 Responses to Robin First Copies, Hypnos with Cat, Apollo with Delight, Dracula without Delight

  1. Go, M Cat! (We have a little cartoon drawn from my daughter when she was studying for her MCAT medical exams)

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  2. I Hope they leave you enough blood to keep you alive. 😳 Reminds me of Hancock’s Half Hour, ‘The Blood Donor’, “I’m not walking around with an empty arm for anyone.” 🤣

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  3. Widdershins says:

    The be-furred ones do have a penchant for the backs of knees when one is sleeping on one’s side don’t they? 😀

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