Monday Memories: Cat With a Fiddle

Here is another edition of Monday Memories, where Big Sky Buckeye brings back a previous post from months ago.  Today’s poem was written back in October, 2018, and the content has been updated just a bit.  Enjoy some fun with this short, yet humorous poem.

brown and black abstract painting

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Down the road skips the cat with the fiddle

Singing and playing, but ready with a riddle

 

Feeling happy and joyous on a sunny morn

Always looking at his life without any scorn

 

Passing by, a child asks the friendly cat

Why don’t you trade that fiddle for a bat

 

Replying back, a bat was used many years in the past

Playing as a member of a regretfully bad baseball cast

 

Leaving a life on the ball diamond without a smile

Skipping to an exciting destiny to walk many a mile

 

Now days are filled with music and merry vibes

Feel free to join me on my journey and be alive

 

Cat with the Fiddle

gray concrete road beside brown mountain during golden hour

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Down the road skips the cat with the fiddle

Singing and playing, but ready with a riddle

 

Feeling happy and joyous on a sunny morn

Always looking at his life without any scorn

 

Passing by, a child asks the friendly cat

Why don’t you trade that fiddle for a bat

 

Replying back, a bat was used many years in the past

Playing as a member of a regretfully bad baseball cast

 

Leaving a life on the ball diamond without a smile

Skipping to an exciting destiny to walk many a mile

 

Now days are filled with music and merry vibes

Feel free to join me on my journey and be alive