Ha! And that's that!
One happy cat!
Ah, yes! That's the way it works!!
LOL @ Susan.This is clever and fun, so much so, that I didn't even throw up *a little bit* from the haiku.
fun for one...sigh..
Cats catch as cats can--and the count is a catastrophe for caroling cardinals.Okay, yes, I'm goofing on your poem. Nonetheless, I liked it a lot.
And that was that!I try not to let this play out at my place, where I have a bird feeder and feral cats. Good one!
Oh, my! And my strange sense of humor LOVES it.
Everyone loves haiku, right?
I can see a Chesire smile remaining in the legacy of a single warbler.
Sorry, but I hope the cat choked ; )
a real case of cat caught (your) tongue and to get Shay to not throw up is commendable! :) ~
Haha poor darn warbler :-)ZQ
I love cats right to death, and this little poem reminded me of Sylvester and Tweet cartoons. Thanks for sharing this MZ. :)
haha my cat would probably be happy to have that warm meal...he's about to drive me crazy being stuck in the house....
This says something about human (or bird) nature---that even though a companion is taken out, the singing continues. Life goes on ... and often, right on the same branch as before, with impending danger looming nearby. We are given every warning that we may be attacked, but we're often idiots in the end and don't fly away when we have the chance."Stealthy" and "old" are not often paired. Interesting. Maybe the cat represents an older man preying on a collection of silly young girls.
this really is a gem, mamawell donenamastejzb
Ha. Well, I want to say ha (and do) because it's such a clever haiku. But did you know that cats actually kill a significant amount of bird life! Sorry to bring in the negative. Agh. Thanks, MZ. k.
Oh dear! But neatly said.
And that's the way it's done!Poppy
Yup… in nature it DOES happen as quick as that!
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