Well, I'm giving my blog a go again and trying out a new blog program called Marsedit. I decided that for this post I'd just publish some silly poems I wrote for the Nathaniel News, my son's newspaper he publishes occasionally for our family. These poems are by Calvin and Hobbes, our Labradors.
The daddy lets me out--where’s Mama? I pout!
Run, run, smash into the door.
I pushes me out--I go out before.
(Hobbes is not the Alpha Male!)
Sniff, smell. Whoa! Dead--something dead!
I crunches it in my mouth!
A squirrel popsicle! Oh most YUM! My mouth drips goo!
The daddy grabbed my prize.
He throws it over the fence. How dense!
My crunchy squirrel’s demise . . . .
Goodbye, my popsicle.
Mousey: A Poem
Sticky. Dead. A Mouse.
I take. I hold in my mouth.
The Mama grabs--she holds a biscuit out.
I bite. I swallow.
Mouse and biscuit whole.
This is a test post.
4 years ago