Published: Sort of Like a Cat

Every Day Poets LogoI’m super excited to share my poem, Sort of Like a Cat which was published today at Every Day Poets. Yay! I wrote this poem as a part of a last year’s November poem-a-day challenge. It was inspired by a real event that happened many years ago on my first trip to England.

Please click on over and give it a read. It’s a good way to get yourself in the mood for Halloween tomorrow 😉

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17 Responses to Published: Sort of Like a Cat

  1. Court Ellyn says:

    Ooo, nice. Gave me a fun shiver, for sure. And given that it really happened, it’s creepier still.

    • Rhonda says:

      Thank you very much 🙂 That was my first expirience seeing a rat. A big freaking rat. Ever since that I’ve had a thing against rats *shudder*

  2. Simon Kewin says:

    Congrats – off to have a read…

  3. Left you a comment over there; nice work!

  4. Dave K says:

    Congratulations on making Write1Sub1 for October. From your response to my post on W1S1 it is an interesting idea to consider a chapter from a novel as a W1S1 goal but I don’t have enough backlog to meet the subbing part of the challenge. On the other hand the few times I did NanNo by the end I was sick of the novel and never went back to it. I’ll figure out something.

    • Rhonda says:

      Thank you 🙂

      The lack of backlog could be a problem, I suppose. Alas. It sounds like you’re really thinking hard about this though, I look forward to seeing what solution you come up with 🙂

  5. Linda Casper says:

    Congratulations on meeting your W1S1 goals. Great poem!

  6. Jillian says:

    Congrats on W1S1 and on having your delightfully shivery poem published. Perfect for Halloween, indeed!

  7. Congratulations on having your poem published, Rhonda! I’m not surprised to hear it–it’s a wonderful distillation of a creeped-out moment! poem. (Also left a comment over at Every Day Poets.)

  8. debs says:

    Congratulations! Skittering is one of my favourite words. And good job on hitting your W1S1 goals.

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