ha, there comes a time when the games must end...or the anticipation becomes too much...smiles
Rrrrar! Love this...
This poem is intense!
For I am ready to pounce - LOL
Great passion. Excellently done.
I like how you made the door a figment! thanks.
yowza! brace yourself, Braveheart
check and "mate"well said!rel
amusing anticipation here!
meowf....pounce indeed! I like this poem!
she does have that cat and mouse look...
Your piece does bring out the animal! Loved this!
Just lovely - love this clever write.Anna :o]
Oh, I love this...so very well done!
I went through a period of intense cat and mouse 12 years ago.Or 13...Married the cat.Take care, Helen!
Oh man do beware of her pounce too! A fine game of cat and mouse you offer!
No more games,but you arewilling topounce?Playful kitten you are,with sharpclaws andfangs.What a wittywildwonderful sensualWooniepoem.Me?I stuck outmy snoutto see what is happening.Hmmmm.Time to go back to hibernating. Blessings,and Bearhugs!
Talk about perfection...I really like the truth of this lovely woman!
Love this Helen....it is prrrrrrrfect! :-)
Games are fun for a while and then...:) Love it!
Puss in boots is here, ramping up the tension to a level of disbelief !
...Oh, as seductive as that..ha, i would lay the easiest surrender for her...aww... smiles...
Nice. Ready to pounce indeed...Tina @ Life is Goodhttp://kmdlifeisgood.blogspot.com/
Like the word-play--a game cat and mouse, who's stalking whom?!! Perfect last line.
Is that a cat or a tiger???? No pussy footing around here then?? Good write.
Loved this...last line, of course, but for some reason also the phrase "wily game of stalk".Playful without being cute, which is perfect.
Ah, those silly (wonderful) games... loved this.
I love this poem! I'd rather not be the mouse, though. I detest rodents.
Passionate. Setting the readers on fire!!