Month of Poetry – What’s Over The Fence? – Children’s #Poem – #MoP14

10 Jan
Image- One4Pets

Image- One4Pets

 

“What’s over the fence, Flour?”

“Don’t think about that stuff, Fluff.”

“Tall and wide and really high,

Climbing’s much too tough.”

 

“Fly Boy might know the place.

He flies everywhere.”

“Why do you care so much,

About what’s over there?”

 

“I’ve just got to know.

Fly Boy, Fly Boy, CAW, CAW.

Please show up and tell us.

What is it that you saw?” 

 

“I heard you guys meowing,

Over two long blocks away.

What is it that you wanted?

What can I do for you today?”

 

“Tell us please, what’s over that fence?

We really want to know.”

“A kitten’s playground’s what I’d call it.

You really ought to go!”

 

“What’s it got, that’s so much fun,

For us two baby cats?

Toys, a ball, or could it be,

Some tempting, tasty rats?”

 

“Yes, but there is so much more,

Of which you’d both be fond.

The old lady is a sweetheart.

She’s even got a pond!”

 

“A pond fresh full of goldfish,

Swimming in the sun.

I’d get going right away.

You’d both have lots of fun!”

 

“Keep climbing, Fluff pushed Flour.”

“I’m trying, but I got a blister.”

Little did the kitts know,

They had teased old Fly Boy’s sister.

 

Once they bound over the fence.

They got a great surprise.

Fluff and Flour scampered,

When they met six canine eyes!

First Draft- Donna L Sadd, all rights reserved

Image- Attack of the Cute

Image- Attack of the Cute

Thanks for the prompt, Carlie. Keep ‘em coming folks! :0)

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4 Responses to “Month of Poetry – What’s Over The Fence? – Children’s #Poem – #MoP14”

  1. sherry fundin January 10, 2014 at 6:23 pm #

    The pics are so darn cute and the poem was fun. I knew their curiosity was going to bite them. lol I don’t know how you come up with these so quick, but I am glad you do.

    • Donna L. Sadd January 10, 2014 at 7:08 pm #

      Thanks for tuning in each day; I truly appreciate it, Sherry. :0) Pssst…haiku tomorrow ;0)

  2. fuonlyknew January 11, 2014 at 11:18 pm #

    Your mind is an amazing thing Donna! How do you do it? These fluffy kitties are adorable but you know what they say about curiosity! LOL
    I wonder what you would write about cute baby spiders or some ducklings in the rain puddles:)

    • Donna L. Sadd January 12, 2014 at 7:01 am #

      Oooooh, those are both terrific ideas! Gotta get to work right now; my brain went on strike yesterday. :0)

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