Monthly Archives: February 2016

Paw Prints vs. the Worm

My writing day began today at 3 a.m. I blame the worm. If you are a writer, you know the worm. It’s that little voice that pipes up just as you are drifting peacefully to sleep or – worse still … Continue reading

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Saturday Limerick 27.2.16 (two for the price of one)

Cried an angry young lady from Brest: ‘Physique-wise I haven’t been blessed. And I’m tired of the fun People poke at my buns And the absence of curves on my chest. So I’m off to a clinic in Nantes Recommended … Continue reading

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Paw Prints on the Page

There’s no getting away from it: I like books. And so do most of my friends. Oh, yes, the e-reader has its place, especially in the middle of the night when you can’t sleep, but putting on the light would … Continue reading

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Saturday limerick 20.2.16

Two young fellows who went on a spree In the town that the French call Paree Have come home with a germ That causes a squirm And burns quite a lot when they pee.

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Haiku

Rain! the lawn’s a lake I hear them complain, but I welcome rain, I frog.

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Saturday Limerick 13.2.16

On the new AutoRoute des Plages If you meet a girl, curvy and large, Who says: “Veux-tu, chéri?” Don’t go thinking it’s free: The transaction is strictly péage.

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A genesis of paw prints

It occurs to me that we may not have met before, and you might be wondering how came paw prints in the butter – and, for that matter, why? ‘Paw Prints in the Butter’ is a collection of comic verses … Continue reading

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Paw Prints out the Door

We’ve been dabbling our paws in Facebook for a little while. Now it’s time to venture out into the wider world. What you’ll find here are verses, limericks (some clean), musings and anything that a self-respecting Cat might think will … Continue reading

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