Joyce D. Bryant

(Kissimmee, Florida)

Samantha - Poem by Joyce D. Bryant

This poem's about a cat named Samantha...
Who looked a lot like a very small panther...
She had four little paws and a tail so long...
And she always was good and she did no wrong... She was raised on "9-Lives" and treats and milk...
And had shiny black hair as smooth as silk...
She was soft and cuddly and had a sweet face...
And followed Dana & Kyle all over the place... This kitty was special and that is for sure...
She just loved to be held and how she would purr...
Samantha was always a good little pet...
A kitty that none of us will ever forget... Now she's with Tiger and Tabatha and Mittens...
And all of the other good little kittens...
Yes, she's gone to where all good kitties go...
But we will remember her and miss her so. Written for Dana and Kyle by Grandma Joyce (Jan '86)

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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