If hunger is not the problem, food is not the answer. ~Author unknown
There once were some doves on a line
Who thought they were doing just fine
They looked up and down
And glanced all around
Before spotting a furry canine.
Beneath them, the dog did dance
In fact, you could see him prance
His eye, it did gleam
I could tell he did dream
Of dinner on doves, perchance?
Note: Poetry form is Double Limerick. I’d never heard of this, but I guess it’s really a thing!
If you mess up, ‘fess up. ~Author unknown
Monkey (also known as Houdini)
I knew better.
Dogs should be in crates — or somehow secured — when riding in a car. They should be taught to Come When Called.
And Shelties just might be the best escape artists ever.
Courage is fear that has said its prayers. ~American proverb
I Monkey here.
I’ll bet you all were wondering when I’d get around to stealing Mama’s blog again and telling you the interesting things I’ve been doing.
No, not Mama’s pretty poetry posts and artsy pictures of flowers and such.
The real interesting things.
Like what happened the other day.
If nothing ever changed, there’d be no butterflies. ~Author unknown
Some nasty weeds
The yard men ignored,
I saw a fluttering
From the corner of my eye.
Looking closer, I saw it was
A gorgeous butterfly of unknown
Species, resting on the rocks below me.
Silly woman, pointing her phone at me!
Has she never seen a butterfly?
Well, then, I’m a Red Admiral —
Quite common really if you
Would keep your eyes open.
Monarchs get all the
Note: Poetic form is Double Etheree.