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Sat, 06 Feb 2010
Here is a nice blog for everyone. xxx

              CAT

Cats Sleep Anywhere

Cats sleep anywhere, any table, any chair.
Top of piano, window-ledge, in the middle, on the edge.
Open draw, empty shoe, anybody's lap will do.
Fitted in a cardboard box, in the cupboard with your frocks.
Anywhere! They don't care! Cats sleep anywhere.

Eleanor Farjeon (1881 - 1965)


CAT


Cat!Sycamore Tree
Scat!
Atter her, atter her,
Sleeky flatterer,
Spitfire chatterer,
Scatter her, scatter her
Off her mat!
Wuff!
Wuff!
Treat her rough!
Git her, git her,

Whiskery spitter!
Catch her, catch her,
Green-eyed scratcher!
Slathery
Slithery
Hisser,
Don't miss her!
Run till you're dithery,
Hithery
Thithery
Pfitts! pfitts!
How she spits!
Sycamore Tree
Spitch! Spatch!
Can't she scratch!
Scritching the bark
Of the sycamore-tree,
She's reached her ark
And's hissing at me
Pfitts!Pfitts!
Wuff! Wuff!
Scat,

Cat!
That's
That!




Eleanor Farjeon, was born over a century ago, way back in 1881, known to the family as "Nellie", was a small timid child, who had poor eyesight and suffered from ill-health throughout her childhood. She was educated at home, spending much of her time in the attic, surrounded by books. Her father encouraged her writing from the age of five. She describes her family and her childhood in the autobiographical, A Nursery in the Nineties (1935). I think we are very lucky to have left behind so many of her wonderful childrens rhymes, that she bequeathed, I think to all the children of the world, and we will think of her, long, long after even the 21st century has gone. Sadly Eleanor Farjeon passed away in 1965, but she will always be in our hearts for eternity.

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CAN YOU SEE THE PUSSY CAT IN THE TREE, HE'S HIDING



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