Wini Jose Poems
|2.||The Journey Of A Seed||12/31/2011|
|6.||Life Is Nothing But A Race||2/28/2012|
|8.||Why To Compare?||5/30/2012|
|10.||The Excuse Of A Lazy Kid||12/21/2012|
|16.||The Lamp Of The Night Sky||2/26/2012|
|19.||If Animals Could Speak||2/24/2012|
|23.||I Dont Know||12/30/2011|
|24.||Imagine Beyond Imagination||1/5/2012|
|26.||The Life Of A Flower||2/26/2012|
|27.||The Story Of A Stray Cat||8/21/2012|
The Story Of A Stray Cat
Two little ears above her tiny head,
She was thin since she was not very well fed.
Everyday she would come at my doorstep with a seductive mew,
Waiting anxiously for the bones of last night's duck stew.
She would walk around my legs, tickling me with her fluffy tail,
Sometimes scratching a bark with her claws as sharp as a nail.
Her eyes were like two green marbles set in her beautiful white face,
And her whiskers danced in the wind like a shoe lace.
One day she came to my house with a new member,
A brown and white kitten, if I remember.
They were truly a ...
The story I am going to say is about a little worm,
Who could only crawl and squirm.
He used to crawl on a big mulberry tree,
And used to eat all its leaves for free.
Now the animals of that place hated him for his looks,
But the poor worm took no notice of these crooks.
He ate and ate and ate and became very fat,
And once he even scared away a ferocious bat! !
But the next day he was not to be found,