Mark Sellen

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The Saga Of Mary Bale - Poem by Mark Sellen

Mary Bale went for a walk one day,
Saw a cat and the cat went, 'Hey! '
'Hi', said Mary and gave it a stroke,
And then threw it in a wheelie bin, just for a joke!

'Bye little cat', Mary said,
And on her heels she turned and fled.
Not a hint of emotion on her face,
As the cat sat in it's confined space.

The street was quiet and the day was hot,
The cat exclaimed, 'I like this, NOT! '
No food, No water, alone in the dark,
All this grief And just for a lark!

Many hours later, the Mann's jumped to their feet,
Opened a window to stifle the heat,
Hearing her master the cat cried, 'Hey! '
And this was the end of her awful day!

All were delighted the cat was saved,
Though seen on U-Tube, the people raved,
The Moggy Mauler, she must be sick,
'Find her, Find her....Find her quick..
.
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Mary Bale went for a walk one day,
A hundred journalists went her way!

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  • Neela Nath Das (4/27/2012 6:58:00 AM)


    Very lovely poem. Mary Bale should not have done this.I'm an animal lover.I love cat, dog and try to take care of them.Ah! Thank god at last the cat is saved. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 29, 2010



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