Thoroughly Poetic Thursday
It’s Thursday, so that means it is time to participate in Angel Sammy and Teddy’s (Two Spoiled Cats) poetry challenge.
My poem is total silliness, just like the inspiration photo. I did not include any of the Kitties Blue. I could picture them sitting among the stuffed animals but could not come up with an accompanying scenario to explain their presence.
Imagination or Obsession
All I can think of is: What would happen if it rains?
Would all the stuffies come unglued
And need to be a attached all over again?
Or would the owner throw the soggy mess away
And begin gluing new bears and bunnies the very next day?
I admire anyone with imagination but what about common sense?
Surely they would have considered the possibility of a mess.
Or maybe this person leaves their silly car at home,
Unless the day is bright, sunny and free from storms,
Tucked up in a nice garage safe and dry
Protecting the car they spent so much time to “beautify.”
I bet, if I was a kid, I’d think this auto was super cool
And want to share it for show ‘n tell at school.
But it doesn’t pay to spend all this time in speculation.
Everyone is entitled to their particular fascination…
Whether it be vintage clothes or a ceramic pig collection
Or a car covered in stuffed animals of every description!
© Janet Buickerood Blue – 01/25/2023
Just like last week, I had no idea where this poem was going when I started it. Some poems like that are more successful than others. I’d say this is one of the “others.”
If you’d like to try writing some poetry, check out Two Spoiled Cats (by clicking on the poetry badge) for next week’s inspiration photo. And, as I always suggest, please read Angel Sammy’s poem when you visit. He sends it to Teddy each week from the Rainbow Bridge, and he is a wonderful and masterful poet.
Thursday is the day for poetry and thankfuls. We have a short list this week.
- I am thankful that a day of heavy rain was not one of snow.
- I also am thankful that once again I was close by when Sawyer had a seizure. (He recently has been having a seizure every eighth day, so I had been anticipating one the entire day.)
- Kitties Blue and I are thankful for those of you who have been reading the “Looking Back” posts and commenting.
- And, as always, we are thankful for all our friends, followers and supporters.
Note from Misty May
The tub she was licking yesterday was empty. It had been filled with margarine that is made with yoghurt. It only had tiny remnants of margarine remaining. She’s spoiled rotten, but we do draw the line when it comes to giving the gang people food, except for a possible taste of something that won’t hurt them. Misty May normally is banished from the kitchen at mealtime, as she will not stay off the island while we are eating.
Thankful Thursday is a blog hop hosted by Brian. To participate, post on your blog for what you are thankful and then click on his badge to join the hop.
Great poem. And wonderful thankfuls. XO
That was a fun poem. I’d hate to take that car to the car wash. Those are good thankfuls, poor Sawyer, Hooray for now snow! Thanks for joining our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!
Love your poem! I thought maybe the car was for a parade, too, or maybe an “art car” for an arts festival, in desert country maybe? I’ve seen those here, but the decorations may have been more rain-worthy, can’t recall.
We don’t understand that car either but you did a great job with your poem.
The Florida Furkids with love and whisker kisses to Sawyer from Noelle
Nice poem, about a very weird vehicle.
We don’t give the Eastside Cats any human food, but they will find a way to lick an oatmeal bowl, or chase a stray popcorn kernel around.
Purring for Sawyer.
Yikes! That is quite the car or maybe it’s a stuffiemobile!
Mum is glad she does not have to drive in that 😉 MOL!!!!!
I am thankful that we are not getting snow today, but not thankful that I have to go to the Vet in the rain!
Hmmm, maybe the car was decorated for a parade? Or for their kid’s birthday? Who knows. But I did like your poem, even if it was more of a statement of how you felt about the car, LOL!
I can’t imagine anyone doing that to their car. I think you must be right They keep that one put up except for special occasions.
Your poem was really good.
Great poem, amazing car, wow!!!
LOVE the poem – it is a crazy photo for sure and everyone would just love to know what the story is behind it. We only got rain for the predicted snow event yesterday although we DID see a few fat flakes fall for about 30 seconds!!!
I loved your poem!! too wondered about the rain thing. Maybe he lives in a dessert area, LOL!