Have You Ever Seen A Cat That Could Dance?

by Kenny Love

I don't remember a witch
...but there was a black cat,
who sat down beside me
and told me that -
'This cat has strong legs, and the love of thrills'
'I like to climb things - including hills'
The story smelled fishy, not what it seemed
Truth better than fiction, who would have dreamed?

'A lovely wee cat, a lovely wee kitty
so kind and so playful, but most of all pretty'

Have you ever seen a cat that could dance?
to writhe and wrigge, wiggle and prance?
What a sight to see, for you or for me
my eyes became locked and wouldn't come free.
But that was the plan, from start until end
to hook me with dance to make me a friend.
This cat was not mean, this cat was not cruel
this cat was amazing, pretty and kewl!

Now the plan has succeeded,
and we are together.
The pup and the kitty,
forever and ever.

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Feb 18, 2013
Who is Kenny Love?
by: Ted

I was looking for a cat poem. I wanted it to be short, it had to rhyme, have a beginning and an ending. This is just so perfect.

I’ve tried to find more from Kenny Love. Does anyone know who he is please?

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