Sunday, October 20, 2013

The Mind Of A Child Runs Wild!

So today dVerse wants the cat to go childish at his sea. Umm is that any different than any other day for me? I suppose not. but I'll pretend it is a new plot. So away we go with a childish show.

That little rat,
Ate my cat.
Fur and all,
Like his ball.

Cat in a dog.
Dog with a clog.
Controlled by a cat,
How about that?

Bark into meow,
Run from a cow.
Grass into holes,
For potty strolls.

Climb up a tree,
Swat at a bee.
No longer eat poop,
Or follow the troop.

Stare at a hawk,
Forget a walk.
I need to lick,
Keep the stick.

Cat in a dog,
One big clog.
But how to pass,
More than gas?

Chew on a string?
Give pest control a ring?
Hawk it up,
To be a free pup?

Trust the talking toaster,
Use a help wanted poster.
Along comes a flea,
Dancing with glee.

Ears like a bat,
Under a hat.
Pop your eyes,
Tell no lies.

Open the door,
To something more.
Leap off a cliff,
So butts you can sniff.

Land on a beach,
Rat in reach.
Out comes the cat,
How about that?

Cat out of dog,
Goodbye clog.
Rat in a cat,
How about that?

There you go with my childish flow. Just what came due here at my zoo. And now I have to go back to crass before I get to be too childish of a little rhyming ass.

Later all, have a nice fall.

80 comments:

  1. A Cat and a dog were out for a walk
    Got worked up and ended with a jog
    They want to remember
    Being friends forever
    Their own way of helping to clear the fog

    Hank

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    1. The two can do
      Much on cue
      And will sure become one
      After their daily run

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  2. Rat cat dog what a combination
    Stand on a cliff, make a declaration
    It's the nature of the beast
    Look at the other as a Thanksgiving feast

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    1. Yep, nature indeed
      Has to take seed
      One has to eat
      Even if buffalo is a treat

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  3. haha....fantastical pat...its like that song about the hole in the bottom of the sea, and you be surprised what you will see when you look in, except now its in an animal, all that inside might be terminal if you think logical but this is for kids so...

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    1. haha yeah logical it would not work
      But for a kids mind it gets a smirk
      Animals gobbling up each other can be fun
      At least with a kiddo run

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  4. Well I am not surprised by this, smiles ~

    Happy Sunday Pat ~

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    1. Not surprised at all
      Have to try harder at my hall

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  5. I had both cat and a dog, both got on well,
    How the cat missed the dog I will tell.
    Cat and I grew very close as the years went by.
    Her being diabetic needed shots twice daily.
    She outlived my husband by the course of two years,
    After she departed I assure you there were many tears........for all three.
    Yvonne.

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    1. Cat or dog, they do become one
      Even if a love/hate relationship under ones sun
      When one is gone away
      The other looks to play

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  6. My toaster starts talking to me, I'm going to flee!

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    1. haha no brave little toaster for you?
      And look, you rhymed at my zoo

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  7. Be careful swatting at a bee
    Might leave you screaming like a banshee

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    1. Bah a little sting
      Doesn't hurt at my wing

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  8. That cat in the dog/surely it wasn't a one big hog! :-)

    Greetings from London.

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    1. Nope not a hog
      Or any type of brown log

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  9. When a dog with a rat
    run in the cat
    they're having
    a debate:
    who run the errands,
    and who said that
    a dog, a rat, a cat
    can't be the friends.

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    1. Friends could be found
      But I'd blame the hound

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  10. Of course this prompt is yours :-) well rhymed

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  11. I remember "catdog" in comics and always they were fighting :)
    When the twins were Little I said you are like catdog,
    good one Pat!

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    1. haha yeah that was a fun one
      They'd fight and around they'd run

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  12. Pets can have strange behavior sometimes.

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  13. I can sure relate to the potty strolls!

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    1. haha yeah way too much at your zoo
      Hopefully soon they are through

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  14. Reminds me of Matryoshka dolls - the rat in the cat in the dog.

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    1. Never thought of that
      But true enough at my mat

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  15. Oh yeah, Catdog.
    It would be intriguing, rat in a cat in a dog.
    Gotta go now, my own cat won't let my type anymore.
    Bratty cat.

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    1. haha cat has a gripe
      Won't let you type

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  16. Aww Pat, the king of the rhyme,
    Really nailed the prompt this time!
    Not too partial to the rat
    but really very fond of cats!
    Thanks for sharing this fine story
    filled with fun and allegory.
    So for now I bid adieu
    until next time that I see you!

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    1. haha nailed this one with ease
      As the cat liked the tease
      Going all child like at my zoo
      Was very easy to do

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  17. Okay, this is weird because I'm reading this book on zapping DNA in order to turn it into another species and all I could think as I read about your dogs and cats and rats is them turning into each other!

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    1. haha that would be quite strange
      As they all swap dna out on the range

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  18. A mouse that could eat a cat

    that's one huge rat

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  19. A cat swallowed by a rat
    glad it wasn't a bat..
    then the cat would fly
    like a cat bat spy




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    1. A cat bat spy
      Flying through the sky
      Could be a creep
      And learn to peep

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  20. I've been smiling all morning reading these poems, but yours has me laughing out loud. I'm so glad you stopped by. Of course, you're a natural for children's poetry, Pat. And kids just love poems about passing gas and "things."

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    1. haha glad it was grand
      Here in my land
      Fits with the cat
      Easily at our mat
      And yep, gas and such
      They love much

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  21. There's a lot of things going on with those animals. Never a dull moment can be fun. :)

    Thanks for linking to Super Sunday Sync.

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    1. Nope, never dull indeed
      With pets at your feed

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  22. Pat, you definitely come by your talent naturally!! Very clever, just the kind of rhyme kids would love.

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    1. Yeah just comes to me
      As my muse is set free

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  23. And the prize goes to....Pat Hatt!!! This is an area where you truly shine! Have you considered doing children's books? there is a definite market.

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    1. Yippeee, i win
      Here at my bin
      Hmm someone needs to look
      Around my nook

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  24. Sounds like it could turn into a book
    for your kiddie nook!

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  25. So funny Pat, there's nothing much more childish than the word poop that's for sure!

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    1. Nope, poop gets the win
      For childish at every bin

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    1. Never say never
      With such an endeavor

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  27. I have seen cats control dogs before... bet you have too. I have seen a huge dog cower at a little cat.

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    1. haha yep seen it too
      Cats sure know how to rule each zoo

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  28. Sometimes the simplest rhymes are the most fun!
    I could also see you turning out a new book with this one!

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    1. Yeah it could be done
      May be quite fun

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  29. Maybe I'll put my Pinkie
    into the drain--he's dinky
    It might be kinky
    To see him sinkie!

    Ha ha ha! We like childish ;-) Sorry we've been scarce ::glares at Human:: cause there's just been so much "work"--uh-huh. As if!

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    1. haha pinkie goes kinky
      That will give many a blinky

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  30. You are really good with childish glee at your often potty-mouthed sea. This one is great, the rat done got ate. Better rat than cat.

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    1. Yep, better rat than cat
      Any day at my mat

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  31. Methinks a kitten is cuter
    Than a big cat, sweeter
    And certainly prettier
    Than a rat, much lovelier :)

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    1. Both are grand
      Across the land
      Maybe not the rat
      Prefer a cat

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  32. About ringing, I once thought the 'R' button on landline phones was a 'magical' button instead of a redial one. And that pressing it would lead to calls to whoever I 'wanted'.

    My parents spent a confused day after that.

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    1. hahaha R to a magical land
      That is grand

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  33. Do you eat a lot of sugar to write these rhymes? ;)

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    1. Nope, no sugar at all
      Is eaten at my hall

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  34. Skunk's in a funk
    With junk in the trunk
    He says that I suck
    But I don't give a...truck

    xoRobyn

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    1. Run him down
      Make him frown
      Then cheer away
      At your bay

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  35. i hope dogs are not controlled by cats.

    this one was super fun, i liked reading it out loud. my cat wasn't too impressed tho, maybe i was too loud.

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    1. haha more kitty
      Hurting its ears, what a pity

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