Friday, January 6, 2012

And in Moon's Eyes I See the Moon


William Jay Smith

I have a white cat whose name is Moon;
He eats catfish from a wooden spoon
And sleeps till five each afternoon.

Moon goes out when the moon is bright
And sycamore trees are spotted white
To sit and stare in the dead of night.

Beyond still water cries a loon,
Through mulberry leaves peers a wild baboon
And in Moon's eyes I see the moon.


  1. Edwin Meese, who served as U.S. attorney general under President Ronald Reagan, is chairman of the Center for Legal & Judicial Studies at the Heritage Foundation. Todd Gaziano worked in the Justice Department Office of Legal Counsel under three previous presidents and is director of Heritage’s Center for Legal & Judicial Studies.

    Seems the War Criminal Post forget about Iran-Contra.

  2. Hey man, how about a little sympathy for those of us yay! verse!ers with failing eyesight. My rods and cones think I just dropped acid.

    We didn't make the hipster list. I'm shocked, SHOCKED.

    +500 for the Fairport.

  3. Santorum is number 2.

    Santorum surges from behind.

    Yay FC!

  4. "How the Pope is chosen."

    Same way they pick the designated driver at Moe's, whoever pulls the black egg out of the pickled egg jar.