Paula’s Prompts: Wednesday Words

On July 8, 2020, P.T. Wyant posted at ptwyant.com a Wednesday Words prompt, You find a suitcase outside the door.

This poem was the result…

You find a suitcase outside your front door
Sage has been online again
Nudging his nose towards the virtual shopping sites
Paw on the mouse when no one’s looking
Now there’s a suitcase at the door
I doubt it’s full of cat toys
He has more than he can keep track of
He always wants what Cinnamon is playing with anyway
I doubt it contains kitty crack
A little goes a long way
Perhaps it contains panettone
Sage has developed quite the sweet tooth
Stealing crumbs from the unwary
Lurking around everyone’s feet
Begging with his big green eyes
The time for begging is over now
Sage has been online again
He left gray hairs all over the computer
An incriminating whisker lies on the mouse
And there’s a suitcase on the door
Why is there a suitcase at the door?
Hopefully there won’t be many more.

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