Tortoise

Tortise poem by Iris Carden You’re eighty years old and still just middle aged, you must have seen so much, across the world’s stage. Now you are so big most predators won’t see you as food, Life should be so easy, and everything so good. But humans are strange predators, size no discouragement. Sailors stopping…… Continue reading Tortoise

The Week in Review

What I’ve been Writing Sunday: Never Forget your First The story of my first forays into writing stories and poetry. This is where I fell in love with writing. Monday: The World’s a Stage When you’re being chased by an armed criminal, you use what ever advantage you have. Tuesday: The Rebels A group of…… Continue reading The Week in Review

Koala

Koala poem by Iris Carden I eat and I pee and I sleep in the tree. I’m cute as can be. You know you love me. I’m fussy about the trees where I live. Food, water, and home, my favourite trees give. My habitat’s shrinking I’m now in decline, You’ve taken my home. What’s now…… Continue reading Koala

Top Ten Uses for a Human

Top Ten Uses for a Human by Princess Cat Humans. Why do we keep them? If you look at your human and think, “What use are you?”, then I’d like to remind you of all the good things about humans. Here they are: Humans provide dry food.Humans provide wet food.Humans provide water.Humans clean up the…… Continue reading Top Ten Uses for a Human