Feline RDP Wednesday: Feline Book


I only read hieroglyphs
The writing of the cats
You think it was the Egyptians?
No, we are the technocrats
Books were scratched on papyrus
Felines were the very first
Literature was our second language
We are completely versed
The humans tried to copy us
They were still writing with chalk
We had progressed to paw prints
It was easier to walk
Today it is not needed
We felines know all kind
We stare the human in the face
And we can read their mind
Whilst they are still reading books
We construct the codes to follow
Humans are so easy to read
Their ideas are so very hollow
It was the felines that wrote the theories
As a basis for the facts
Mathematics were our invention
We are the genuine cracks

Feline RDP Wednesday: Feline Book

Feline RDP Friday: Feline Book


I do not need a book,
I can look outside
There are things creeping in the garden
Very carefully eyed
Why should I read about it,
I prefer the action
Books are full of words,
outside I have satisfaction
On page one there is a worm,
followed by the slugs
Some insects fly with wings
and there are so many bugs
I can take a walk in my book
and paw amongst the grass
turning leaves for the next page
No need for magnifying glass
I never need a book mark
To find the part I saw
I see in the dark better than light
I really do not need more

Feline RDP Friday: Feline Book

Daily Feline Prompt: Bookfeline

Write the blurb for the book jacket of the book you’d write, if only you had the time and inclination.


“Write a book – forget it. I do not have the time or the inclination.”

“Same here Tabby. What shall we write about, perhaps our life story.”

“Fluffy I cannot remember what I did five minutes ago, so I really do not know how I would write the story of my life.”

“I am sure there must be some interesting details. The first bird you caught, the first mouse.”

“More the first tin of tuna fish Mrs. Human opened”

“That’s it Tabby, the title. “My life with a tin of Tuna fish”.”

“No Fluffy, more “How to open a tin with paws and claws”, now that would be a best seller.”

“Definitely Tabby, I am sure we could write that.”

“Ok Fluffy, you start.”

“Err, yes well where shall I start.”

“Tell everyone how you do it.”

“That’s the problem Tabby, I have not yet discovered how to do it, have you?”

“Of course not Fluffy. If I did I would be famous, my book would be a best seller. The blurb would read “Tabby feline tells us all about opening tins with the paw friendly tin opener. You will be amazed, upload it onto your Pawpads, now available from Amazon Felines Incorporated. The sequel follows soon “How to repair broken claws”.

“Do you think it will be a best seller Tabby?”

“Definitely, it will be worthy of a Pulitzer Paw Prize.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Bookfeline