Thoroughly Poetic Thursday
Two Spoiled Cats’ (Teddy ad Angel Sammy) mom, Pam, selected a super cute inspiration photo for us this week.
Twins are a handful from the day they are born,
Double the diapers and feeding but also the fun.
You can see mischief lurking in these boys eyes.
Don’t blink or you may miss some stunning surprise.
They’re hatching plans to keep you on your toes.
It’s just the beginning…there’ll be more pranks as they grow.
They’ve developed a secret language all their own
Where they’ll share their ideas even after their grown.
They will drive parents, teachers and girlfriends nuts
With trading places and a variety of crazy stunts.
But no one will ever anger at their devilish ways.
Laughter and fun will fill all of their days.
These boys will have fun at your expense
But give you the love and friendship you’d expect.
Whether you are a parent, relative or friend,
You’re destined to share the amazing lives of these twins.
© Janet Buickerood Blue – 06/12/2019
Thoroughly Poetic Thursday gives participants the opportunity to use their imaginations. If you haven’t been joining in the fun, check out Two Spoiled Cats (by clicking on the badge at the left) for next week’s inspiration photo.
While there, make certain to read Angel Sammy’s poem. He is a masterful poet, and I can promise you will enjoy his poem. Links to poems by other bloggers can be found in the comments. It’s always fun to see how others viewed the photo.
Kitties Blue are excited and thankful their kitty door is almost completely installed in the new laundry room and that the reframing and screening of he catio is nearly complete.
Dad Tom and I are thankful the exterior painting of the addition is almost complete and that some of the light fixtures have been installed as well as the garage door. Progress is as slow as a tortoise crossing a multi-lane highway, but at least we are seeing some things being accomplished.
Finally, Kitties Blue and I are thankful for all our friends and supporters.
Everyone’s good friend, Brian, is the host of the Thankful Thursday blog hop. To join in, click on his badge.
Gratuitous Photo of Cooper Murphy’s Belly
That poem is purrfect for the photo! Good job! And it sounds like things are really moving along with the new addition. It’ll be done before you know it!
Our mama says you ain’t playing fair Coop – how could you show your belleh floof when none of the other mamas out in cyberspace can’t touch it?
guyz….ewe total lee rocled thiz weekz poem; waz knot eazee thinkin oh all thiz rhyme
stuff we noe….984 pawz up timez 2
& 984 pawz up timez 4 two ewe cooper 😉 ♥♥♥
Great poem and thankfuls but goodness catness that is one grand belly Cooper
Love the poem. Having great grand-baby twins this poem rang very true.
I love ever inch of Cooper Murphy.
Have a fabulous Thankful Thursday. Big hug. ♥
Fun poem! I’m glad there is progress on your upgrades, slow is the word for home improvements, you’re not alone! Cooper Murphy’s tummy photos are ALWAYS welcome!
I would pay to snorgle that tummy Cooper. Great poem! XO
Double the trouble, for sure!
Cooper Murphy, do you know that your belly is now all over the interwebs?!?
That was a darn good poem and hooray for progress at your place! Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!
Great poem. Mom has twin nephews but she hasn’t seen them in years and they are all grown up now.
We want to snorgle that belly!
The Florida Furkids
Mom needs more coffee….she posted before Allie got to send smoochies and love to Mau and Noelle paw pats and headbonks to Sawyer. We really need to fire her!
Aww, I just love that pic of Cooper Murphy! Just want to scritch that belly! Cute poem and pic of adorable twins. Glad to hear that progress is being made on your construction. Got to be tough if you’re having as much rain as we are! Have a great weekend! 😀
Super Duper! That was exactly the “flavor” we thought that photo would bring out in our poets today – what a precious pair of little cuties and no doubt they will keep EVERYONE on their toes as they grow up. Thanks for such a wonderful addition to the poetry lineup………..we just love it. Also we’re happy that you included a photo of Coop’s tummy – I don’t want to be the only ginger belly boy on the internet!!
That’s a great poem. I used to know identical twins at school. One had a small mole by her lip and used to put foundation (pan stick back then) to hide it to fool everyone.
Luv that belly shot!
Momma wuz pretty good friends with a pair of twins in college – they were always trying to confuse people as to who wuz who. Momma figgered it out since they had some freckles.