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Disembodied Feetsies
by Ed Matlack

Saturday, December 06, 2003

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Rufuz cannot know my feet are attached to me, can he?

“DISEMBODIED FEETSIES”


 


I swear Rufuz must think my feet don’t belong to me,


When he gets near them he has to play with them,


  But I guess that is just how he be.


 


Still, he is so funny, grabbing them with his paws,


Holding them, then using his mouth, trying to maul,


That’s alright, Rufuz, I didn’t need that toe,


        It was just there for show.


 


When he is done playin’, he lays right down on my feet,


I don’t know, they must make a pretty good seat,


  But for me, I hesitate to move them,


For fear he will again see them as dinner meat…


 


                                        (ed) 


 

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Reviewed by Kate Clifford 12/6/2003
Adorable! Thanks for the smile :-)
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 12/6/2003
This is too cute; you never know what will amuse a doggie (or a kitty; "Cajun", the Maine Coon cat I had before I moved here to Tx., was notorious for attacking my feet when I walked by! There were a few times when I nearly fell on her; I was so scared I was gonna' squish her!)! ADORable write; thanks for sharing! (((HUGS))) and much love, your Tx. friend, Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 12/6/2003
funny. love the last line (along with the rest)
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