Savvy Cat

Oliver After Dark

Savvy cat strolls outdoors
meeting and greeting the dogless walker
black fur polishes boots
purrs contentment
Be savvy, cat!
Coyote four-pack
loped this way last night

my first cat poem
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9 Responses to Savvy Cat

  1. andro51 says:

    Your first of many I hope?
    You’ve certainly captured the
    imagination here and so let us
    see more of your inventiveness
    through the Magical Tones of
    your Insight… Be well Monica
    of Sweet Planet Poems…

    Androgoth XXx

  2. Monica says:

    Thank you all for your lovely comments. Cats seem to strike a responsive chord! I had never seen Oliver before, even though I have passed that way many times. I keep looking for him now. He lives near where I saw him – I checked his tag!

  3. Monica says:

    Oliver would make a great protagonist — so self-sufficient and soft, at the same time.

  4. bluebee says:

    This is like a suspenseful prologue to a great tale of mystery woven against a backdrop of the domestic Oliver and the wild coyote – who is the dogless walker… 😀

  5. lazfreedman says:

    A great 1st Cat poem… Monica, a true story here also! 🙂
    Who me? like Cat poems…
    Peace and Meow to you, and Oliver

  6. Artswebshow says:

    That is one daring cat. lol
    Really cool brief insight
    I like this poem

  7. I like the way you have written this Monica , it gives a brief imaginative image and leaves the mind open to ponder.

  8. sandy says:

    It is a good one, too.
    We have them in the woods behind our house, and I occasionally see them in the yard at night, but we are catless.

  9. Pen says:

    Hi Monica , I simply loved Oliver : He sounds a cat i’d like to meet , I can just picture him on the prowl, # meow# 🙂 your 1st cat poem is purrfect . xPenx

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