General Poetry posted February 11, 2012

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How to coax a kitty out of a tree.

Little Kitty

by ChowChow

Little Kitty in the tree
Won't you come and play with me?
You can climb another day
If you have to get away.

Little Kitty in the tree
I'm as lonesome as can be
You're way up there and I'm down here
Sitting in my wheelcheer.

I can not jump, I can not climb
I hope I can, ahead in time.
You look so lost, you need a friend,
Come play with me until day's end.

Kitty, kitty, come on down,
Let's change our faces from a frown.
Why, look you're lower on the branch,
That must mean I have a chance.

I'll show you that I love you
Give you milk, throughout the day
Pet you when you're tired,
And at the end of play.

Oh now I'm happy as can be
Here you are to play with me.
First up here, sit on my lap
So I can pet you on the nap(e)

Your coat is soft and silky
Your purring is divine.
I'm glad you came to see me,
Now you can be mine.


First of all, I want to say Thank You to R H Harris Photos for allowing me to use their photograph. I just knew that, when a dear friend of mine, got herself a Kitten, I would have to write about one. She enjoyed this poem so much, that she has a copy of it up on her refrigerator door, for all to read. What more could you ask for... Appreciation.
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