Thursday, May 22, 2014

William and The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam









9 comments:

katy gilmore said...

Ah yes. Dogs are surely more literal than kittehs!

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

Your camera shutter must not make much noise, and the poetry just awakened lovely dog...or perhaps kitteh!

Brian Miller said...

i have had a few mornings where it felt like rocks were being thrown at me....ha...lol...thats ok, poetry was lost on me for years too...

Jim Egerton said...

That William knew he was the center of attention. I can see his right eye just barely open and a smile on his lips. He knows, William knows

Darla said...

Thanks for this delight…and for my morning chuckle… :-))))

NCmountainwoman said...

Lucy doesn't wax poetic either.

Frances said...

I agree with Jim E. William knows.

Perhaps your cows might want to add to their Keats appreciation by a click over to The Gentle Author's recent Keats House post at www.spitalsfield.com

Promise that you all will love this site. You might love it already.

xo

Frances said...

Oops. I was so overcome with Keats, that I got the site's name wrong.

It's www.spitalsfieldlife.com

Enjoy it. xo

Star said...

William looks so comfy on his bed. I love to see your animals Vicki. They all seem so happy. Our Millie has been in England for a year now and is well and happily settled.