Things that make you laugh out loud

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  I saw this in 2 different places on the web.  It’s too funny not to share! Being over 60 isn’t the kiss of death, it’s the breath of life for those who… Continue reading

A truly dreadful Halloween poem

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Originally posted on Two on a Rant:
2 of the 5 that inhabit my house of horrors Deep in the Northern Florida woods away from prying eyes The spindly pine and sickly oak…

A Black Kitten Poem

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Originally posted on Cats at the Bar:
The time approaches, darkens the night when the black cat howls and ghouls take flight. . The fearful humans hiding their form, parade through the streets…

Poetry War: Bittersweet

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Only 2 more days before Poetry Wars come to an end?  I wonder which of our readers is going to win the Dust Bunny t-shirt donated by catsatthebar.org for most and best comments?… Continue reading

Poetry War – Invisibility Cloak

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Years ago I lived in Canada. After work I would sometimes drive to the Starbucks in the book store, lug in my bulging bag of writing paraphernalia, and claim as my territory one of the… Continue reading

Hello-win

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Hello-Win’s the time of year where no one screams and no one fears when people laugh at costumes bright with joy and fun all through the night. Perhaps you’ll catch a passing glimpse… Continue reading

Poetry War: Off-The-Walling

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  Okay Kayuk.  Your last poetry war installment details why so many people were committed to asylums in the 1900’s for seeing insects crawling on them that weren’t real.  Thankfully, it’s not the… Continue reading

Poetry War – Visual Craziness

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A few years ago I visited my optometrist because I thought I was going crazy. Yeah, yeah, yeah, you thought I was already crazy, I get it. However, this time I thought I… Continue reading

Writing with cats

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Stillness follows cats Share the heat of your lap with gentle, purrful prayer   Up at 1:30am, going back to bed at 4am. That’s what happens when another chapter won’t stop pestering you… Continue reading

Poetry War–Cheated by Insomnia 3

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Yes, more of the saga of poor Sally McNalley. Oh, Man!  Up at 4?  It’s now 7:30am and I can’t get back to sleep.  Now the  cats want to be fed.   Damn!… Continue reading