Sunday, June 3, 2007

Little Meaty Mariloaf

I was just thinking about how when I'm in this position...

...Mom calls me a Little Meaty Mariloaf. It comes from how she's always called this the "Kitty Meatloaf" position. Over time, her expression morphed from "Kitty Meatloaf" to "Meaty Kitloaf." When we Ballicai lounge like this, we're called "Little Meaty Kitloaves."

So if I'm a Meaty Mariloaf, does that mean that my darling Mickeybear, when he lounges in this position, is a Meaty Mickloaf? *giggle*! Mickey put my picture up near where he eats, and that makes me so happy. I'm his pin-up girl, and he's my beefcake! Yes, I am especially giddy and happy today. What can I say. I am a girlcat in love.

Mickey, I had such fun with the Pleiades form that I want to write another for you! Only this time, I will use Bear.


Breathtaking white fur on your
Big, leonine frame: you charm me with your
Brilliance, your wit, your heart.
By your side, I'm my
Best ever self and proud to
Be your


Whisker kisses and purrs to my sweet Meaty Mickloaf!


Jeter and Mickey said...

Another Pleiades poem. I love it!
I have to try my hand at another as well. Maybe tomorrow.

Marie the Defender said...

Meaty Mariloaf, that's cool! Mommy never thinks of us as a meatloaf, she just thinks of us as sleeping or meditating. She not very inspired, as you can see.

Daisy said...

Marilyn, you are a loveydovey girlcat! That was another great poem.

My Mommie calls that the Boat position. I don't know why, because I am not going to sail away.

小芥 michico said...

Mickey is such a beautiful and graceful cat, I like him~!

Anonymous said...

Very Sweet :)

Lux said...

You are too beautiful to be called a meatloaf, Marilyn!

Miss Peach>(^,^) said...

Oh that is such romantic poetry! he is a lucky cat to have you lovin him so.
Maybe someday....till then ...I dream on.
My tip to visit Dragonheart was amazing. He is so nice...a reel gentlemancat. Someday a girl will B furry lucky to have him...

The Crew said...

Marilyn, you're not going to believe this, but our Mom says the same thing! When we're all tucked in like that, she calls it our "meatloaf act".