Now I know I'm losing it when I start dreaming up imaginary pets!


A Catadoodledog.

I've got a Cat, a Catadoodle, a Catadoodledog
He has no wings but has a beak
And legs just like a frog
He really is peculiar, he does'nt bark or bite
He sleeps through most the morning
And crows for half the night
Has claws just like a Tiger
And patrols the local wood
Then curls up in a corner
As any moggie should
He's lovable and laughable
What you see is what you get
A one off Catadoodledog
A most peculiar pet.




Poetry by penfold18
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Written on 2008-03-02 at 09:30

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Elle The PoetBay support member heart!
He sounds a wonderful pet - reminded of my dog and cats - last night while sitting in front of the fire, the dog deliberately sat on the cat, who saw him off - and they spent a wounded night looking reproachfully at each other lol

Elle x
2008-03-02


lastromantichero The PoetBay support member heart!
A most peculiar pet and a wonderful description. Again ripe for a collection of verse for children or grown ups. The world is full of serious poetry that darkens the spirits. This ranks along side the Skibberydoo the slibbery skibbery doo well done book marked again you return with such verve rgds Mike .
2008-03-02