Thursday, December 10, 2015

With The Flow How Does I Go?

Did you know a blueberry can do a lot? It has quite the plot. It is all hot to trot. Never fear, you will be taught. Taught by a cat. How about that?

There was a man,
We'll call him Stan,
Who had a beard,
And acted weird.

His beard was hairy,
And housed a blueberry.
He'd eat them two by two,
But away one flew.

It missed his mouth,
And headed south.
In his beard it stuck,
Like a shoe to muck.

He went for a stroll,
Embracing his weird role.
He chased all away,
With his scary display.

Dogs and cats,
Cows and rats.
Women and kids,
Men flipped their lids.

Yep, he was scary,
And far too hairy.
But he strutted along,
Whistling a song.

At the end of his walk,
Came a happy shock.
He felt the blueberry on his chin,
It was as good as any lotto win.

He picked it from his beard,
2 days later everyone cheered.
For he had eaten the blueberry,
Leaving everyone merry.

The blueberry was rotten,
Could have even grew cotton.
I guess that would be mold,
Either way, illness took hold.

Poor Stan became a ghost,
After the thing he loved the most,
Poisoned him with mold,
And his body became cold.

Never eat things you find in a beard. They are something to be feared. What was the point in this at my joint? The cat was asked how a story can come due. See now? Easy as can be at my zoo. Think of one thing and let it fly. Can even make a blueberry kill a scary guy. Let them flow and you just never know how they'll go. I could do these in mass, killing off humans is fine for my little rhyming ass.

Later all, have a nice fall.

62 comments:

  1. HELLO CAT!
    Lots of online banking on your mat?
    Alex may have a different point of view
    As a lot of payments are due
    At my lair
    How is this fair?
    Hey, it's Thursday... at last
    Cat, Christmas will be a blast
    One more day of office politics
    And then I'll show them one of my new tricks:
    poof.... I'm gone!

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    1. Good Morning Blue
      and how are you!

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    2. lol I have that trick down too
      A poofing I can do

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  2. Housed a blueberry?
    And it was rotten too?

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    1. Blue
      I suppose a blueberry is better than a bird nest
      But maybe someone should put it to the test

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    2. Nasty as can be
      And scary to see

      Testing 101
      Get it done

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  3. I store bits of food in my beard all the time. Does this mean I need to have a re-think?

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    1. lol re-user at your sea
      With a food bit spree

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  4. Ok, this is strange as I am eating Rice Chex's with blueberries as I read this...well, at least I have
    no beard so no rotten blueberries can be feared.

    have a good day Pat and his cats
    off to work I have to scat...

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    1. lol you are safe from the blueberry way
      Unless they went bad at your bay

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  5. Oh my god, that is scary
    Everyone should be wary
    I think of beards on a goat
    No wonder they bloat
    I love blueberries, they're good for the eyes
    Dropping a few comes as no big surprise
    If from blueberry dropsy you want to be cured
    Is never never never wear a shaggy old beard

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    1. Never go shaggy
      Things may get laggy
      And rather saggy
      Like those pants all baggy
      Carrots for me
      For the eyes at my sea

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  6. It least the blueberry wasn't sticky
    that would really be icky!

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    1. Sticky and stuck
      Would be what the fluck

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  7. Beards and furs do tend to collect things!

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  8. Omg EW!!!! Cat, it is WAY to early in the morning to do this to me!! Bleh gag barf

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    1. lol poor poor you
      Score one for my zoo

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    2. Lol I'm grossing myself out again thinking about what your inspiration to this post may have been. Hahaha

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    3. lol no inspiration came due
      Just popped in my mind at my zoo

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  9. With The Flow How Do I Go?
    In the beard is quite a show
    A blueberry
    Extraordinary
    When moldy it is quite a blow

    Hank

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    1. Moldy could get you
      In the end at your zoo

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  10. Maybe best not to have a beard
    and keep safer that way
    then to eat of its fruit
    and end up with such dismay

    betty

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  11. Well that is kind of gross. Not a good idea to eat a blueberry from one's beard. Thank COD I don't have a beard.

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    1. haha yeah, not a good idea at all
      At any person or cats hall

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  12. Rotten blueberries can mean big trouble.

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  13. I've never had a blueberry I liked. I love the artificial flavor but could never stand the fruit.

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    1. They are a bit mushy for me
      But I can eat them if I must at my sea

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    2. I thought I was the only one who sometimes prefers the artificial flavors to the real thing. I like that with bananas.

      I also like my men free of facial hair.

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    3. No beards for you
      But blah to artificial at my zoo

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  14. I'm glad I don't have a beard. Wouldn't want to die from eating things that get stuck in there!

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    1. lol a good thing indeed
      Not to have take seed

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  15. Eeewww! I am so totally grossed out right now!

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    1. haha job well done
      Now the cat shall go have fun

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  16. I definitely have found the odd foreign object in my furs! Does this mean I should not extract with the tongue? Worried now!!! MOL

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    1. lol just spit it out
      Unless it's trout

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  17. orlin N cassie....when we furst started reed inn thiz, we thinked yur dad had rited book 51; then we said...well may bee itz knot for de reel small wee ones, then we wuz like...uh, may bee him shuld knot reel lee call thiz a ...kids......book !!!! ♥♥♥

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    1. lol had you on the go
      Yeah, no kids book shall show

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  18. Lol...reminded me story
    about the blueberry
    when eating too much
    can cost you a such
    not so merry glory...

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    1. lol yeah, can lead to unpleasant things
      Whether peasants or kings

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  19. Killing is what I do at my zoo.
    Glad to see you're doing it too.
    Blueberries in beards
    As good a way as any.

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    1. haha can go for a thrill
      Sure not run of the mill

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  20. Saw bits and pieces of Hunger Games last week
    While my vacation was a a peak
    Didn't some chick die
    After eating blueberries sans the pie?

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    1. haha beats me
      That one I never did see

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  21. Note to self: cull carefully through b-berries when washing them.

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    1. A wise choice to do
      Don't want death to come through

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  22. That's a pretty darn good story, Pat.

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    1. Glad it was so
      Even if it had a lethal blow

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  23. Beard food does not sound appealing. I agree- stay away!
    ~Jess

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  24. Oh no, who knew blueberries can be so dangerous, from now I'll be sure to take beard food serious. ;)

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    1. lol good to watch out
      When beard food is about

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  25. Pretty sure I'd skip the beard food too. Ew. ;)

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  26. Poor Stan
    what a man
    he died too young
    the choir sung
    they buried him in the ground
    no one missed him but his hound!

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  27. Yuck to the blueberry and I bet he regrets eating that moldy berry from his beard.

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    1. Bet he does in the sky
      From upon high

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  28. No foraging
    In a beard
    Not only fatal
    But very weird

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