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by Jennyj
Rated: E · Poetry · Children's · #1601889
What the cat dragged in to class1
DESIGNATION CODE FOR PARTS OF PYRAMID

exposition--VIOLET
rising action--LIGHT BLUE
climax--PINK
falling action--LIGHT GREEN
resolution--ORANGE

1. WHAT THE CAT DRAGGED IN: Where'd THAT come from?!?.


Recently, my over-grown, mischevous kitten Tipton had quite an adventure! It was a dreary, scary day---the weather doesn't play out here in Eastern Tennessee; it storms 'most ev'ry day! It thundered hard and loudly, and it even scared the DOG!!
The cats, as well, were terrified, and pawed hard at the fog!
And it did not surprise me when a big thud hit the door--in this milleu, I'm wary and am always up for MORE!! Much to my great astonishment, my Tipton was in range; since he's an active INDOOR cat, the yard was quite a change for his young, hardy wild self--he'd NEVER been outside except for when we packed him up and took him for a ride to his new home with all of us here in East Tennessee, where we're living with family, as happy as can be! Just like I said, he was IN FLIGHT, and soaring through the yard! He was flying rapidly--his small ears flapping hard! He'd caught a little animal--was bringing it to play; after his day with guinea pigs, I thought he'd stay away from inviting friends over to play, he's got cats of his own!! But when I asked him to explain, he said "he was alone! I couldn't leave him out there--the storm might have frightened him! And, since I've brought him in to play, I think I'll call him Jim!" So, Jim it was! Tip brought him in, and they played hard 'til night! To see them jump and play and roll was a rewarding sight!

2. A DIFFERENT TWIST



Recently, my over-grown, mischevous kitten Tipton had quite an adventure! It did not surprise me much when a big thud hit the door--in this extended family and over-populated pet milleu, I'm wary and am always up for the unexpected!! Much to my great astonishment, my Tipton was in range! Surprisingly, he was IN FLIGHT, and soaring through the yard! He was flying quite rapidly--his small ears, the source of his speed, were flapping hard! He'd caught a little animal--was bringing it to play. Before this daring episode he'd been an active INDOOR cat; the yard was quite a change for his young, hardy wild self--he'd NEVER been outside except for when we packed him up and took him for a ride to his new home with all of us here in East Tennessee, where we're living with family, as happy as can be! yard! He was flying rapidly--his small ears flapping hard! He'd caught a little animal--was bringing it to play! Tipton is one of my youngest cats; he is only two and one half years old! He recently suffered a traum,atic rejection at the hands-paws-of some arrogant little gunniea pigs whom he had invited over to play, not knowing how rude they were; after his day with guinea pigs, I thought he'd stay away from inviting other animals over to play', he's got playmatescats of his own at home!! But when I asked him to explain, he said "he was alone! I couldn't leave him out there--the storm might have frightened him! It had been a dreary, scary day---the weather doesn't play out here in Eastern Tennessee; it storms 'most ev'ry day! It thundered hard and loudly, and it even scared the DOG!! The cats, as well, were terrified, and pawed hard at the fog!Tipton declared, with a friendly miao: "since I've brought him in to play, I think I'll call him Jim!" So, Jim it was! Tip brought him in, and they played hard 'til night! To see them jump and play and roll was a rewarding sight!



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