Alliteration Cat Poems | Alliteration Poems About Cat

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Lounging licking leaping
Prancing pouncing peeking
Corners closets crouching
Tail twirling twitching
Sniffing sensing sneezing
Hissing huffing hunting
Pretty purring preening
Curiosity kitty killing
Nine long lives living

Copyright © Rick Zablocki | Year Posted 2013

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Oh fantastic furry feline
So silent and still in slumber
White whiskers awaiting to wake
From dreams of docile dormice.

Mysterious and mesmerising moggy
Boundless beauty befalls you
Perfect plush paws and cutting claws
Bright beautiful eyes bestowed.

Oh valiant velvet cloaked vagabond
A spirit so wild and wilful
My love lies languishing in your heart
Come closer to comfort my soul.

Copyright © Gillian Hughes | Year Posted 2014

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What a world we have
What a world we live
We want when we wish 
But don't will when we want

Is it about increasing intimacy?
finding fish for food?
Making merry meaningfully?
Is it impossible?

Copyright © CHRISDAD KOJO ARTHUR | Year Posted 2014

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Cats Called Carl

Cats called Carl, eat 'Captain Crunch' for cereal.
Cats called Carl, have cunning plans to collect Crystals.
They take taxis to the park.
Then they come home to find their mom tearing through the pillows.
She was angry at them for making a big Macaroni-man.
The cute cats called Carl now had a cleanup job to do.

Copyright © George Ryan Noriega | Year Posted 2015

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Perfection Killed The Cat

Girl with the
porcelain skin
Girl who's striving
to win
Constantly holding
her head in shame
Snapping her
supposedly petite

Copyright © Miya Fontaine | Year Posted 2014

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CAT CALLS - one liner


The caterwauling cacophony of a cadre of cats copulating in a can.


submitted to – One liners five – Poetry Contest
sponsor – Silent One

Copyright © John lawless | Year Posted 2015

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My naughty brown cat’s 9 lives are still intact
She is very fit as a matter of fact
Thanks to the wiry little dog of my neighbor
Who chased her home tail between legs and all
Or she would have been stomped on by horses
And left fossilized on the very big dark road
Where I would have found her lying very dead 
Then my tears will form pools like raindrops do
And granny’s prophecy will be coming true after all. 

Copyright © nana ayisha yakubu | Year Posted 2013

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Chris' Creepy Cats

Chris’ Creepy Cats
By Curtis Johnson

Cautiously, Chris came crawling and calling, carrying crying creepy cats. 
12102015 ( One Liners Five Contest)

Copyright © curtis johnson | Year Posted 2015

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Fabulously furtive
Frisky and ferocious
Fear of feeling foolish
Feel flustered if they fall
For food they favour fish
Fancy themselves flawless
Fluffy, friendly favourites

Sept 23, 2016

Copyright © Tanis Troutman | Year Posted 2016

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Tabby Tabor Taunts

Tawny tabby Tabor taunting tiny tadpoles and tantalizing tasty tempered toads 


Copyright © Eve Roper | Year Posted 2016

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Drunk Boy and the Hungry Cat

A boy named Bill began boiling the blood of a black cat
A cat called Claudia who came for his food
Fiesty and ferocious was the feline that was famished
And generous and glorious was a girl named Greta
Who gave good guidance, and made good feta
For the family, and the feast, and the feline she fed
But behold, Bill, her brother became belligerent and beastly
Who wallowed in his whiskey, and went as wild as western warriors
Went for the knife, and knew that he could kill the kitty
Who meowed and mourned for the milk in his mother's oh my
To tell the truth, Tommy the tiny toddler took a tormenting turn from Bill and 
begged him to stop
Stop the staggering stunt of a stupid man
A man who mainly managed to make a mistake with the putty tat
Who purred and persuaded poor people to provide its dinner daily
Devilish and demanding and greedy was the glistening ghoul
With evil eyes and ebony fur that fluttered up when frightened for
Bill blacked out, and butchered the bad stray
Startled were his sisters, and sobbing were their sons
Bad Bill became bluntly crazy and crashed the cozy party
Partly for the poison he pumped in his brain
A bottle of brandy, and a bottle of whiskey
Willing to worship the wit of a worm
Shameful and shattered was his share

To be continued....... 

Copyright © Sky Lesco | Year Posted 2007