>"a cat and mouse" poets united poetry pantry #14/sunday scribblings #238 curious

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“Curiosity killed the cat, satisfaction brought him back”

You see the look in their eyes
While walking down the street
A measure of existence
Time and space are relative
I am curious
Like a cat looking in the cupboard
Whiskers and claws
All the while the mouse is hiding
Behind its protective wall
Curiosity
Answers
Never finding one …
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10 responses to “>"a cat and mouse" poets united poetry pantry #14/sunday scribblings #238 curious

  1. >Curiosity is a good quality most of the time, I think. It makes for an interesting life (such as a cat's) Even if one doesn't find the answers.

  2. >Mary,Oh, it can be a good thing, if used constructively. Answers, are we not all looking for those.Pamela

  3. >Looking for answers is half the fun! It's a cat and mouse game. 🙂

  4. >I love the "whiskers and claws" behind the "protective wall". Well written, Pamela.

  5. >this is cute.love the image, computer flu is on every living being nowadays.wow.

  6. >ana,So true. Thanks for visiting.Pamela

  7. >Thanks so much Sherry.Pamela

  8. >Thanks Jingle. I love the pic, too.Pamela

  9. >Pamela,I loved the cat's natural curiousity and mouse interest, behind your words!!!I am never satisfied with an answer. Always thinking and questioning…….Best wishes, Eileen

  10. >Eileen,Me, too. Thanks.Pamela

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