Peter S. Quinn

I’m Just A Baby - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

I’m just a baby
Little kitten in town
And maybe just maybe
I’ll again be found

I lost my joy sweet home
With many good hours
Now Braives streets I roam
And look at wild flowers

Sometimes a little fly
Comes flying here around
About and around goes by
In a buzzing lively sound

Now and then there is fun
And no dogs that do bark
I can go slowly - not run
Pay attention to a singing lark

I'm just a black kitten
That needs its mamma now
That curiosity has smitten
And drawn near a crow

I'm lost and taken aback
Of people going by
I can’t again find my track
How many times I try

Hey Ben, oh dear Ben
Please find my Address
Or I’ll be lost again
With no fondling caress

***My friend Ben Heine found a lost kitten …

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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