May 27, 2008

For Victor and His Mom

If any of you kitties have not read Shel Silverstein you should. Yesterday Victor and his mom made a reference to him in their post and it struck a chord with Mommy. My Mommy loves his books and has many of them. When Victor's Mom mentioned "Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout" Mommy just had to post this poem.
Please biggify for maximum enjoyment!
Just remember kitties, always make certain your beans take the garbage out!

30 comments:

Ana said...

Hehe, that's a funny poem :-)

I have never heard about Shel Silverstein but it really seems to be worth a read! Thanks, Parker!

Felix, Garfield & Jawsy said...

Thanx for sharing this really funnily quirky poem, Parker. :)
There's mention of spice HAM, so would it mean that it's your fav poem from the book too? hee hee

Eric and Flynn said...

This is a funny poem. We have never heard of Shel Silverstein either, but we just followed your link. We liked Ickle Me, Pickle Me, Tickle Me too as well.

Millie said...

Mr Karate had that book, and loved it when Mom would read to him. Mom remembers Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout very well!

Gandalf & Grayson said...

Poor Sarah met an awful fate? What fate? What happened?

Irishcoda said...

We luffs Shel Silverstein in this house, his books as well--The Giving Tree and The Missing Piece just to name two.

Got your email about trouble with my site and I'm so sorry about the inconvenience. Is it a recent thing or has it been happening all along? I'm trying to figure out if I added something that's causing it.

Dragonheart & Merlin said...

What a fun poem! Thanks for sharing and for the recommendation. :)

DEBRA said...

Oh Parker
You are filled with the most interesting observations...this was a great poem and we are so glad you shared it with us....

Purrs
Abby

The Meezers said...

mommy loves that poem!!!!

Mickey said...

What a cute poem!! Poor Sarah though :( Did the garbage eat her? heeheehee
Purrs Mickey

The Taylor CatSSSSS said...

This is a wonderful book! Mommy loves this author!

JB's Big World said...

That is a funny poem. My mom remembers this book.
--JB

Tybalt said...

My mommy loves Shel Silverstein! I wonder if I can find that book . . . hmmm . . .

The Furry Kids said...

Momma had forgotten all about that poem. Thanks for reminding her. :)

Love,
Tazo

Daisy said...

Pixie wants to know why the brown bananers had to go in the trash.

Kaze, Latte, & Chase said...

The Woman is good at remembering to take the garbage out. The Awesome Man apparently can not remember that Tuesday and Friday are trash days.

Chase

Kellie The Orange Cat said...

What a great poem. I have never heard of Shel Silverstein, but I have loved both poems and will seek out more. I am sure Bonnie's Mom appreciates this.

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

We like dat poem but we don't worry about ending up buried in garbage cuz mom is really good at amembering to take it out.

PB & J said...

That's one of Mommy's favorite books!

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

we love him and have many of his books too. mommt won't get the Giving Tree cause it makes her want to smack that little boy upside the head.

PS I have humans to scoop up and take out my, uh, "garbage" Perhaps Sarah could borrow mine.

Mr. Echo said...

I'm lucky if I can get my Daddy to kleen my bocks, let alone take out the garbij.

{{{ HUGS }}}

Victor Tabbycat said...

Oh, Parker! ::spin:: How'd you borrow mine mom's book? I swear dat's hers cuz of the little tear in the cover ;-)
My boy likes the story of Jimmy Jet an hims TV Set. Dad likes da Boa Constrictor. One of Mom's favorites is furry short:
Oh!
*BASH*
My!
*CRASH*
It's
*BANG*
the
*ZANG*
Fourth
*WOOSH*
of
*VAROOM*
July
*PHEW*

Fank you fank you fank you!

Angus Mhor said...

It's been a long time since mom read that one..it took her back! Now I gotta go get her.

Sophia said...

I love Shel Silverstein!

lordjaders said...

I love that sing songy kind of poetrrry. My lady bean has a spooky fun one she rrreads to little sticky people to make them scrrream forrr fun!

Purrrs,

Jade

Lux said...

I *like that poem - thanks for sharing!!!

Moki said...

We have to agree, Shel Silverstein was our favorite as a child and still is one of our favorites today!

Camie's Kitties said...

Our favorite has always been Ickle Me, Pickle Me, Tickle Me Too.

We love Shel Silverstein. He rocked.

Tiki, Tavi, Cody and Camie

Karen Jo said...

Thanks for the poem. I had forgotten how much I like Shel Silverstein.

Icon Baxter Bentley said...

I LOVE that book! Haven't thought of it in a long time - thanks for the reminder!