cutie kitties…

cute and sleepy

Time for some pure cute – this was inspired appropriately by an image from Cute Overload – font of much cuteness… in particular, check out this link to the new Simon’s Cat episode being pounced by the Easter bunny!

UDATE: Finally! these cute kitties get their own poem 😀

Now who is this disturbing us
from sleepy kitten dreams?
Can’t a cat get forty winks
without this constant stream
of humans interrupting us
to coo and gawk and stare
while wobbling on your goofy legs
like stilted men at fairs?

We’re quite content here, cuddled up
within the balmy shade
of this our tree. Don’t interrupt!
Our sleep is carefully made
of soft companions, special place,
the angle of the sun;
so don’t disturb our feline dreams,
just move along now, run!

Copyright (C) 2011 Tom Radcliffe

(cc) 2011 Hilary Farmer

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6 Responses to “cutie kitties…”

  1. Adorable kitties!

  2. David Mills Says:

    Your artwork makes my eyeballs and soul happy!

  3. Now who is this disturbing us
    from sleepy kitten dreams?
    Can’t a cat get forty winks
    without this constant stream
    of humans interrupting us
    to coo and gawk and stare
    while wobbling on your goofy legs
    like stilted men at fairs?

    We’re quite content here, cuddled up
    within the balmy shade
    of this our tree. Don’t interrupt!
    Our sleep is carefully made
    of soft companions, special place,
    the angle of the sun;
    so don’t disturb our feline dreams,
    just move along now, run!

    Copyright (C) 2011 Tom Radcliffe

    Still not entirely pleased with this but figured I was FINALLY unsick enough to manage it. My theory is that poetry circulates in the blood, and when the immune system is in high gear antibodies and T cells and stuff attack it, rendering poets incapable when they are ill!

    • Well, that explains their expressions! I was wondering what they were annoyed about when clearly they have a great place to hang out 🙂
      Interesting theory… does the scientist part of you want to start taking blood samples and prove it?? perhaps writer’s block is a virus…

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