Ozark Mountain Homegrown


Ozark Living


There once was a cow who lived out in the yard
And a cat who lived up in the tree
The cow roams around
The cat won't come down
In the Ozarks, it's like this, you see.

Submitted: Monday, September 09, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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We have a pet cow who roams around in our yard and a cat that lives up in a tree...True story... :)

Comments about this poem (Ozark Living by Ozark Mountain Homegrown )

  • Rookie - 55 Points John Brown (9/17/2013 2:19:00 PM)

    I like it. It's in the form of a Limerick, of which I have wrote many. (Report) Reply

  • Gold Star - 9,723 Points Heather Wilkins (9/16/2013 2:47:00 PM)

    a good comparison a good write ha ha (Report) Reply

  • Gold Star - 39,733 Points Aftab Alam Khursheed (9/10/2013 9:49:00 AM)

    see cow in the yard and cat in the tree Cat and Cow are the symbol both are feminine gender not coming to Ozark- the cat if cat is the thought then cow is the mind the individual is the poetess right it is just i concluded and you know better a lovely burst like it ..what exactly say (Report) Reply

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