crazy lady

now
as i
live by myself
and own cats

i've sometimes
considered myself
to be
that 'crazy cat lady'

you know

the one
who talks
to
herself
while walking
down the street
pushing the
grocery cart
filled with
her life's belongings
and cats
of course

and
if you walk
near by
her

you can hear
what
she's
muttering
about
under her breath

'damn that
bush family
you'd think
they'd got
enough
outta us
but
nooooo
they
always
want
more
and more
and more'

'reminds me
of a spoilt
child
and
i
just wanna
take'm
all over
my knee
and give
them a good
wallop'


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8 comments:

Aaron A. said...
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Aaron A. said...

Shopping Carts are great; the're kind of like tortoise shells.

Peacechick Mary said...

Boy, oh, boy. By the time the Bushites got through all the walloping hundreds of thousands would like to dish out, they'd be sitting on pillows for the rest of their lives.

BBC said...

The link is interesting, I will watch it for a while.

If I saw you pushing a shopping cart down the street talking to yourself, or to your cats, I would think to myself.

"Well, theres a cute little monkey."

he, he, he.

D.K. Raed said...

well I'm catless right now, but I know what you mean, AZ. And I don't need a shopping cart prop for talking to myself either, any household appliance will do. You've noticed the Bushes are not cat people? I just know that must mean something. For one thing, no self-respecting cat would've alerted security during the pretzel incident. ~~ D.K.

GraemeAnfinson said...

those crazy ladies are cool as hell

niCk (Mem Beth) said...

What's wrong with a shopping cart? If I hear about a "security" incident with "Leader Dearest" being hit with a shopping cart, then we'll know who it is.

What I'd really like to see is somoeone do the old "Nine to Five" contraption on Mr. Bush, staying in that thing till the end of his term, at least. I'll donate the garage door opener.

Dave B, a transformer in a world of gobots said...

I know I mentioned this to you already, but if Hilary is elected that will mean that we'll have had only two immediate families either in direct control of the executive branch of the government (or at least the #2) since 1980. That's 32 years, or 36 assuming a re-election.

Who needs a monarchy?