The surprise of Christmas. Poetic letter

Dear readers,

In this holiday season, here is a new poetic letter, called:

The surprise of Christmas

The surprise of Christmas.

I envied this cat, his beauty
No worry not disturbed
If this is his daily meals
He was eating delicately
Whimsical, like fondling

Old age has prevailed, yesterday
It is gone one winter morning
It is now free as air,
Like a pasha
In the paradise, of cats

We remember his nonsense
Clinging to the hair
Clawing also the curtains
And when we sang Christmas
He meowed at will

It ran by pulling the belts
Night bathrobes
In summer, quietly swatting flies
Breaking flower vases
Hiding our remonstrance (…)

The poetic letter is on the site of poetry: Poetic Letters & Arts

Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!
Thank you for your loyalty.



Categories: 3. Poetic letters, 5. Literature, Awards

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15 replies

  1. Loved this piece. I have known many an ancient cat. They have all taught me more about meditation than any monk.

  2. Thank you for visiting my blog and liking one of my posts. Blessings, Natalie 🙂

  3. Joelle, our names rhyme! Thanks for visiting my blog – yours is lovely!

  4. Very best wishes to you for 2015 🙂

  5. Hello Joelle… Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you found something that blessed you. I will be sharing more soon on hearing the voice of God. You also keep up this great work! 🙂 have a great day!

  6. Happy Holidays to you too! Thank you for visiting!

  7. Beautiful letter ;star:
    Merry Christmas. Joy, peace and love to you and yours.
    Aquileana 😀

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