Love Poems About Chinchilla or Chinchilla Love Poems
by Ayesha Karim |
Categories: color, conflict, culture, heartbroken, mythology, sin,

Love Potion

Love Potion 

Add chinchilla fur at the end
Two cups of cold water
A pound of sugar
A clove of garlic
Four cinnamon sticks
A package of Big Red gum
A teaspoon of curry powder
A bunch of fresh parsley
Five lb bag of white rice to throw all over room and bed
Add some cotton candy

by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade,

A Chinchilla and A Chimpanzee Walked into a Bar

"A chinchilla and a chimpanzee walked into a bar," my
grandson says, smugly, with that smile.

Where? I ask.  The U.S.? England? The Neverlands?
He gives me a slow head shake ‘no’.

Kenya? The Isle of Man? Timbuktu?
South America?  Guatemala? Italy?
I am being ridiculous, but as Grandma, it is my job.

I can tell that he is losing interest fast, so I stop my queries.

“It could not be anywhere, Grandma,” he tells me.  “Chinchillas do not walk,
 they scurry.”

 I love having an eleven-year-old grandson.

by Xavier Keough |
Categories: angst, animals, funny,

Goddamn Cat

Goddamn Cat
Fuzzy and fat
You stalk the night
And my feet
Now fleshy shredded wheat
Was it love you were after

Goddamn Cat
Orange and black
You crap in a box
Litter on my socks
Do I hear kitty laughter

Goddamn Cat
My wife’s cuddly gem
You piss the bed
Sleep on my head
Why am I on the sofa

Goddamn Cat
Evil’s feline friend
You bite my hand
Howl to no end
I know you have no father

Goddamn Cat
You chinchilla rat
You plot my death
Steal my breath
May I adjust your collar

Goddamn Cat
In my favorite hat
Shedding on my clothes
Only heaven really knows
Who said happily ever after

Goddamn Cat!