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Nelson, Kat and Me
by Budd Nelson
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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True as can be from the 1970's well as was said in the movie "give or take a lie or two"

Nelson, Kat and Me, we three
some may think a strange family.
But we all get along fine
canine, feline and big humine.
A girl I began to see
came on over sans phoning me.
While we three began to dine
she stood at the door opine.
There sat I with plate of feed
Nelson at my feet full of greed.
Kat standing tall in her chair
bowl on table nibbling her fare.
I called come on in we're here
she did so and sat over there.
But could not adjust to us
so it's Nelson, Kat, Me we three.

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Reviewed by JMS Bell 7/17/2012
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/13/2012
Sounds very familiar to me, my friend. It took a very long time for me to find a woman who could adjust to my furry family.
Reviewed by Odin Roark 7/12/2012
Absolutely Saturday Evening Post worthy. Now, for all us youngish ones, too young at heart to forget we used to read the mag, and too old to admit it, we'll have to be satisfied with a cyberworld page. Still, wouldn't a rest home bulletin board love this tacked up to remind them it isn't over til it's over?
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 7/11/2012
Now that is what I call “cute.” Reminds me of the time I dated an elderly “daddy's girl.” She invited me into her garage apartment that also contained her two Siamese cats. The place had a strange smell to it and I couldn't get the fine cat hairs out of my suit when I left the place.

I had no desire to date her again. I still love animals but won't keep a cat.

Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 7/11/2012
Ah! one can almost judge another by the
actions of their I often do
*Budd* so, I really enjoyed your poem

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 7/11/2012
awww, was she allergic to the animals Budd?
I have never met a person who dislikes animals
but I am sure aside from allergies there are
people who are not into animals :(
what a shame they are so priceless in their love
& affections.

Fresh Cat Nip & Pigs Ears :)
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 7/11/2012
Your better off without her. Someone who cannot adjust to animals....well thats a red flag.
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 7/11/2012
Thank you for inviting us into your home of plenty good life. I enjoyed this poem, the creation of "humine" and the nitty gritty of it all. I feel like I've looked in your window! ~~ Diana
Reviewed by Richard King 7/11/2012
Three's Company? Four's a Crowd? Nahhh, lets just stick with Nelson, Kat and Me.

Like it Budd. Just one question, your dog is named Nelson Nelson?

Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/11/2012
Well it is like the old saying...better to find out before its too late, and that applies to this too. Good write my friend and I could so see this in my mind.
Reviewed by Ruan Mills Burke 7/10/2012
There are very few people, Budd, who will love us just the way we are. Animals, on the other hand, have no lofty expectations. Who we are is just fine by them.
People could learn a lot about real love if they bothered to really look at their pets.
Reviewed by John Domino 7/10/2012
Pets are people too but sometimes even nicer when the day is through.
Ladies may greet with a smile but a pet is good company all the while.
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 7/10/2012
Hey, our pets are our family! I can just see a family portrait of you three with "Nelson, Kat, and Me" engraved beneath it!

Love ya!

Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki (Reader) 7/10/2012
Well Budd, I think this is down right cute and I know how cats, dogs and humans are....Very cute indeed..A smile fits here....:-)
I love the fun of it......

Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley 7/10/2012
(JERRY LOL... Talk about being thrown off! ha ha ha)

Uh hum, ok... YES... animals often are right at your side
come dinner time (still laughing at Jerry)
I have my crowd of cats, they think everything in bowl, plate
or cup is theres...

Cute poem Budd(still laughing at Jerry)

Love and Light
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 7/10/2012
Heard you were hung big time.
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