"Lasata Verum Nectum Satiata"
I have to be completely honest and admit that I have never read that poem, but I loved it (or maybe I loved that you were reciting it...and from memory no less).Amazing job...and I loved the kitties so cute!
Wow! That was absolutely beautiful, Cygnus! I loved that there was so much emotion showing in your face as you read it. It is one of my favorite Kipling poems. I actually have that framed and hanging in my son's room.Thank you for sharing...Misadv Mommy is right...amazing job!
Thank you, My Favorite Misadventurous Mommy!. Always from memory-- the only way. :DBTW-- The Seven Things I love is forthcoming... I kinda got lax with rules yesterday, so removed my proffering. One worthy of coming as guest to your Site to pick the award and Kiss from the Hostess up is on the way..Hey, It only took me six days to get the video figgered...And Smoky Kitty has decided to adopt this old bird...Thanks for watching me goof off on camera!C.
Bee & Rose! Thank you so very much for blowing smoke up my.. uh, I mean for your kind words, Really!I love reciting poetry. And this one is a very appropriate one for a-- young or old-- man's room. Your children have a gifted guide in you, M'Lady...
I am, for the first time, speachless. Great job my brother and a very fitting poem for men of these times. "What if"....now theres a good question that many have ask.Peace to you my brother.
Bullseye, My Long Lost Friend! Thought all the spring frills of late had chased you away for the interim! ha!Um, Thanks-- I think!LOL![Hey! get that tongue out of that cheek THIS INSTANT!!!]What If... I like the ring of that, Brother...Thanks for the comment!
Man,You are truly a renaissance man! The cats were a riot!
Cute cats... I say what about the cute Cygnus!! Great poem and what a great thing to share on your blog!
Very nice~! One of my favorite Poems. Beautiful job reciting!the kitties had their say too :) and now I know how to pronounce your salute ;)lydia
Well I got comfy, sat back, took a deep breath and clicked play...To find one of my newsest favourite friends reading one of my oldest favourite poems!Bravo!More please...
It is said "never work with kids nor animals"...Good thing I wasn't working-- wouldn't have wanted to disrupt the Siamese Twins' Show...:DThanks to all who proffered peanuts from the gallery...!
Hi Dixie! great to see a new face on these rough seas... Folks, I been gandering at Dixie's site now for a couple moons... great recipes and oft a gluten-intolerant hint for many on that path... Anyhow...Dixie? You see a latin swan, did ya? Whahappened? Cats get it? Huh? Cats?!?
Speaking of cute faces-- look, everyone it's Lidia! Hi Lidia!One of them kitties-- the one in the birdbath, sneaked his way in...Glad you enjoy Rudyard's rant there...Is next, Frost, I'm thinking???Thanks for teaking a break from SERENITY to view a bit o' chaos! ha!More soon!Slainte!
Edain, My Lady, simply give this old bird one iota of hint an your favorite poet/poem, and mayhap a bit more will be forthcoming...
Found you at bee and Rose....I love Kipling as well as Thomas, Yeats....so many great poets and writers!Love that your last name is MacLlyr (liar) HaHa!
HUZZAH!! say i,,,well met
Hello and Welcome, Babyrocasmama! I absolutely love Bee and Rose's.. always relevant! And glad to have ANY from her site pay My Song a visit.You'd be simply amazed at how close to My blogger (last) name my Family Name is... In fact, I may re-post a very old writ about the Swan sobriquet anyhow... maybe time to update and include the surname...Thanks for the visit and for taking the time to leave a comment! Hope to see you visit again!
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