Do You Have A License For Your Poetic?

Dennis: “What are you two doing up here on the window sill?”
Chaplin: “Sunbathing.”
Charlee: “And getting caught up on some reading.”

Dennis: “I’ve been getting caught up on some reading too, actually …”
Chaplin: “Look, Charlee, it’s our interview with our new friend, Bacon!”
Charlee: “Have you met Bacon, Dennis? You should go visit him some time. He’s quite nice.”


Dennis: “Yes, of course I’ve met Bacon. I’ve known him for a long time. In fact, he interviewed me last year.”
Chaplin: “Oh good. Hey, Charlee, do you know what would be perfect?”
Charlee: “What would be perfect, Chaplin?”
Chaplin: “Well these blankets are soft and fuzzy and all but it would be even more comfy if there were some sort of cushioned bench here. Like a window seat.”
Charlee: “You’re right, that would be perfect. I wonder why know one has thought of it. Dennis, you’ve been here the longest. Do you know why there’s no window cushion for us to sit on?”
Dennis: “Ummmm, no, no idea.”
Mouse: “Really, Dennis? Really?

Dennis: “So, umm, anyway, I was hoping you might explain this limerick you wrote in a comment there about taking over my blog …”
Chaplin: “Oh that was just poetic license.”
Charlee: “And maybe a little blarney.”
Dennis: “What’s poetic license? Is that like a dog license?”
Chaplin: “I suppose it might be. Only for poetry instead of for a dog.”

Dennis: “Thanks for clearing that up. Okay, bye!
Hipsters: “You’re welcome, Dennis!”

Later …

Spicoli: “So did the hipsters explain themselves to your satisfaction, dude?”
Dennis: “Yep! First I have to go to the Humane Society and get myself a poetic license, and then I have to find this guy, Little Blarney, and tell him to stop causing trouble.”

17 thoughts on “Do You Have A License For Your Poetic?

  1. Wow, we need a poetic licence…then we’d be able to do poetry! We’re not very good at it right now. We do know Blarney though. Shoko is a great friend of his. hehe

    We loved your post.
    Shoko, Kali and mom


  2. Jan used to write poetry but she never had a license. We’re going to have to make sure she goes to the Humane Society to get a license if she wants to wax poetic again.


  3. Oh boys ~ a license, huh? I hopes it doesn’t cost you too many milkbones. Butts, i gotta tell ya, I don’t trust that Blarney guy…he looks sketchy to me…
    Ruby ♥


  4. **rofwl** (LadyMum)
    **rofwm** (Siddhartha Henry)
    Dennis those ‘Hippysterss’ have an answer fur efurryfing!!! Poe-etick Lyesence meenss a purrson (or dog or kat) can rite freely usin their emaginayshun…no ackshual Lyesence needed, mew mew mew…..
    An look at those ‘krazy kat kidss’ inn their kewl hatss!!! They reelly are cute aren’ they? 😉
    ***Hi-5’sss*** Siddhartha Henry =^,.^= an {{{hugs}}} LadyMum 🙂


  5. Snorts with piggy laughter. Hilarious my friends. Thanks so much for participating in my Spotlight Thursday. I really appreciate it!! ❤ XOXO – Bacon


  6. Any cat that wears a hat like those two can’t be trusted. I bet the felines have visors hid behind their heads and are laying on pocket watch chains and switch blades. Neither one is Irish … they’re not one bit green. Watch out Dennis, the family jewels may be in danger.


  7. Dennis, please ask Charlie and Chaplin where they got their Handsome Derby hats, we could use a couple here! Cheers from your old pal, Stella (and Jo, my Mom)


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