My Poem about Mac-the-Cat at Katzenworld

Hi everyone, Please find below the latest entry in Purrsday Poetry by Luanne Castle. Cat on the Window Seat The old cat cases through the glass a long-tailed lizard scuttling across stones, twisting side- to-side, sending stones down the gravel hill to the quail cocking its headgear, which flushes the rabbit that springs off […]

via Purrsday Poetry: Cat on the Window Seat — Katzenworld


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20 responses to “My Poem about Mac-the-Cat at Katzenworld

  1. Love it, Luanne!!

  2. Beautifully done, Luanne!

  3. Love it, Luanne. It made me smile. It reminded me of something like The Old Woman who Swallowed a Fly–the chain reaction of events.

  4. Lovely, Luanne…and great photos too.

  5. Love the zig-zaggy layout that scuttles across the screen lizard-like. I can imagine your kitty’s head moving with the lizard tracking his moves. Lovely poem.

  6. Lovely Luanne and thanks very much for following Smorgasbord. Sally

  7. Aw, Mac….thanks for sharing him with us.

  8. Lovely sequence of cat – window – lizard – etc.!

  9. I really liked the way it was a magical tale of a detective cat, “on the case.” The photograph of a clear cat profile, its cute paws resting on the space between rod iron railing rungs was amazing! Luanne, the cat’s fur patterns are so pretty! hugs xoxo

    • Hahaha, I love that! Yes, cats are JUST like that! The cat is Isabella Rose, my daughter’s cat, and she took the pic! Izzie is adorable! xoxo

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