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Predator In The House

Updated on April 15, 2013

While the Home mistress deftly slept

Through the kitchen the intruder crept

A litter box placed against the wall

Said no guard dog would he befall

Across the hall without a sound

In the living room he moved around

A TV, jewels and video machine?

No interest to him did they bring

His interest lied with what’s upstairs,

With smooth soft skin and silky hair

Deftly he moved up the stairs

Ever so quietly he moved with care

Up the stairs and down the hall

No sound was heard, no sound at all

The bathroom light filled the corridor

And shown ahead the bedroom door

Like a shadow moving in the night

His pray now lay with in his sight

She did not see him standing there

He move in and sniffed her auburn hair

Then he touched her skin and she awoke

She turned in fright and then she spoke

You scarred the crap right out of me

Stupid cat, its outside you'll be©



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    • must65gt profile image

      must65gt 6 years ago

      Sorry Blue, didn;t mean to slight your comment, so glad you enjoyed it. Blessings

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      must65gt 6 years ago

      lol Kathy, they are ...interseting Creatures? so easy to train....well perhaps not...Thanks for reading and I hope it brought a smile for you.

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      Kathleen Cochran 6 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      Yes! I've owned that cat - or she owned me!

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      Annette Donaldson 6 years ago from Northern Ireland

      lol Stuart. Another brilliant poem from your pen. You never lose your ability to make me smile. High five my friend. x

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      must65gt 6 years ago

      lol.phdast, it is just the ramblings of an overactive imagination coupled with the flash of an Idea and way too much time on my hands..thanks for reading.

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      Theresa Ast 6 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      Suspenseful and with a great twist at the end. I could never think of something like mind simply doesn't work that way. Impressive.

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      must65gt 6 years ago

      Thanks very much d. it was fun writing and making it suspenseful up to the end. Glad you enjoyed it, and your great comment.

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      d.william 6 years ago from Somewhere in the south

      Wow. What a poem. I was so enthralled that when i got to the last line i had to go back and read it again. It could easily have been the real thing, all the while reading i was thinking of all those little children that have been stolen in the night. Good job. Well done.

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      must65gt 6 years ago

      Thanks Lyrickkw and sportgames, I wrote this from an ideal that popped into my head for a fun poem. thanks to both of you for reading and stopping by. You might like some of my other fun poems like Truth of My Demise, and Mcfilbert J. Mcgholahey. My more serious poems are the odes, Like a Blueberry and so forth. Thanks again

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      sportgames 6 years ago from Ashter Street 14, New Yok

      Great poem, do you have more?

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      Lyrickkw 6 years ago from PHILADELPHIA

      A poem with a twist! When I first read the poem I felt like I was in a scary movie. You have a excellent poem and great writing skills. Write more! I will be reading.