Snoops and Kommando Kitty here. We would like to thank all of you for your kind words and prayers over the past week. We were very touched by the number of friends we have made here in blogworld.
Mom still is a little unmotivated creatively, so we wrote you a poem. We hope you like it.
A Winter Poem
We think that we shall never know
What lies hidden cross the snow.
Could it be a bunny there?
Or its cousin, the snowshoe hare?
Maybe a woodchuck warm and fat.
Or might just be the neighbor’s cat.
We don’t know, but that’s okay.
Neath warm blankets where we’ll stay.
Pictures courtesy of Google Images
16 thoughts on “Cat Forum: A Winter Poem”
Love your poetry! (Said from underneath the fluffy blanket.)
Thank you! That’s the only place to be right now
I loved it! Very cute pictures and poetry!
Beautiful poem. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. XO
Thank you. We really appreciate your support (and your card)
That is a very nice poem. I hope Mom will be okay.
Thank you. We’re taking good care of her.
snoopz and kommando.. itz veree nice ta meet ewe N we wish we coulda meeted unders other circumstanzez… but we did wanna stop N say HI…. N pleez feel free ta sneek round trout towne any time; we all wayz haz foodz on de grill 25/8/366… N yur poem total lee rox …… and if ya canna understand R speech…, trout; pleez due knot hesitate ta tell us coz we willna bee oh fended in any way….we due knot even understand R selvez on most dayz… 🙂 ♥♥ we can commint in normal talk az well 🙂 ♥ happee day two ewe all ~~
Pleased to meet you. We haven’t been to blogspot but are planning to head there with your kind invitation. Thanks for your support. See you soon
we’ll stay under warm blankets too!! lovely poem and again — so sorry for your loss!
Most excellent verse about a sad and cold time of year…… but a time that means spring will soon come and warmth and light to lead us to glorious summer days. We like to snuggle on top of duvets but have been known to get into cupboards for light relief, MOL
Thank you. What a wonderful way to look at winter.
That was a very touching, and heartwarming poem!