11.03.2016

I TRIED TO WRITE A POEM FOR THE LETTER "U"

Yes, I tried to write a poem.  For the letter "U".
Let me tell you friends, it was very hard to do!
It's not very funny.  Has misspelled words and doesn't rhyme.
But this poem, well, even so, it's mine, yes ~ all mine!

I'm glad we're done with letter "U".
Now here comes V and X, Y, Z.
Oh dear, oh me, (expletive deleted)  ~ what will I do?
All those look very hard to me!

(Except maybe the "Z")

Well, maybe for the upcoming Thursdays, I'll join Brian's Thankful Thursday Blog Hop ~ he's the new owner and manager and supervisor in charge (Paws Up to you, Brian) of this classic and well known Blog Hop.  It runs every Thursday ~ you should go check it out.  
I am thinking that if I did that, I wouldn't have to try and write these poems.  
Now, that's no reflection on my friend, Sammy. You know each Thursday is also Sam's Poetry Corner ~ at One Spoiled Cat, and lots of our pet friends post over there, and having been going through the entire alphabet!  Wow, there were some hard letters before (before I joined in) ... like "I" and "O" and OMC, the letter "Q".  I should go back and read some of those old poems.  Well, there's lot of things I should do, but I never get around to them ... sigh ... I am now rambling.  OMC, could I ever write a poem about rambling ... sigh ... gotta go ...  if you click on
the "blue words", those are LINKIES and you can visit Brian and Sammy ...

18 comments:

  1. We think you did well writing that 'U' poem. Hope you have a wonderful day.

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  2. Better dryher than dryhim! THanks for the most wonderful Blog Hop Badge!

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  3. That's a great poem with a huge amount of u's inside of it, so I would say: mission accomplished :D Pawkisses for a Happy Thankful Thursday :) <3

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  4. We happen to love your U poem about the wonderful thing that is the umbrella! You would be so ashamed of this human, though. She went for a walk yesterday, and it started raining, and she had no umbrella to speak of, and so she got perfectly wet and soggy.

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  5. What a SPLENDID poem for "U"!!!! I just love it......! When we get to Z (which isn't far away!) we are going to start all over again with "A" so even though you'll do Brian's Thankful post maybe you can sneak in another poem when we begin again?! You are a "for sure" poet..............

    Love and Hugs, Sammy

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  6. Well, happy rambling. :) Happy blog hopping now that u have used the u letter.

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  7. Patty O'Malley loves getting wet; he's the only cat I know who does! He loves snow too. But he dislikes my umbrella, which I carry when I feed him and Sweetie in the rain. However, when there is food to be eaten, all bets are off, and he gets to noming!

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  8. Wow! That was pretty good!

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  9. You are always so creative with words and photos. We're happy to hear that Brian is hosting the Thankful Thursday blog hop now.

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  10. Poems are hard to write and your umbrella one is good!
    Your Furend
    LOuis Dog Armstrong

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  11. a pawz....a pawz....a pawz......we loves thiz U poem zoey...total lee awesum job ~~~~~~ya noe what else werkz grate ona...de humid a fryer......fish......then ya can freeze de flakez for like later on ~~~~~ ♥♥♥

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  12. I think that your poem is very fUn! It's not easy to feature the letter U. My kitties would not be very happy about getting wet. :)

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  13. "U" was a very tricky letter, bUt U did jUst sUperb!!!

    We joined the Thankful Thursday hop today, but one of these days maybe Mom will figure out how to help us do a poem for Sammy.

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  14. That is a very good U poem, Zoey.

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  15. U was a toughie but you did a good job with it!!

    The Florida Furkids

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  16. "U" was a toughy, but the final joke of yours had our Mom LOL. We aren't much excited about "V" either. We are wishing it was February. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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