stops along the journey
one should always be wary of "cat ladies".
A woman after my own heart, I'd say!
Nice 160. she stokes her cat.. better be cautious..Mine is up..--Someone Is Special--
ha-ha - what kind of women are you dealing with….?…smiles
PurrrrrrrrA hot 160 you wrote there -- right up my alley....A black cat crossing your path signifies that the animal is going somewhere. signed Cat Ladycheers,Joanny
i think i love her... :)
She is WOMAN; hear her roar.
she sounds like my one sister......lol!!! three cats and no man....
Oh, I loved this one.;) It was somehow melancholic, dangerous and sensual, all in one.;)Have a lovely Sunday,xo
exactly vicki...i think i met the most independant woman i have ever met...she carried herself as if she needed nothing and no one...and this kinda spilled out
And you said it well! Thanks
So you have met my old lady then eh?
Men beware! Eerie.
"pistol in fist in case there's opportunity for delivery..."Ha! Love that line; it represents the truth, doesn't it?
Oh yeah, she is at the ready. Feisty gal.
Beware of a she-cat packing a pistol.GooooD one!!! HERE is mine.
Great, strong, decisive woman. I like that - a willingness to deliver.Good writing.
one tough chick!
I am a-mewsed. ;)
Thats how a woman should be..nice one!!
right on target!
well that is intersting...but I'm not totally over yesterday's
Watch out for that one! :)
Looks like she's totally prepared to go to the love battlefields! Neat 160!
I don't get it. :)
That's one dangerous lady.My 160 is here.
whatever I said would not be as good as that! great as always!
Angry. Me-Ow. Glad you said cat. Great 160, Brian. Thanks for being such a loyal player.
I am always impressed with what you can say in 160 characaters!
Hmm... she sounds dangerous on all counts, Brian. Mother's: lock up your sons!
Getting catty. Beware of cat-woman :)
I like her attitude! Great 160!something fishy
That brought a nice Sunday morning chuckle to me. Very cute. He'd better hope she never gets to make her special delivery.
Your purring on all 160 cylinders here, Brian.
Hey does she know Lilly? lol great one
A mysterious and fiery 160, Brian. And quite, quite excellent :)
Nice. Lots of meaning in such few words. Happy Sunday. :)
I can identify here, but don't really want to be like this lady. Interesting, Brian.PG
I used to be a cat lady myself! Now I'm down to a rabbit! Am I safer now? LOL!Maggie xNuts in May
Just a little scary...depending on the color of the cat.
I bet she wears black leather, too. Very well done 160.
Great job...Brian..now you understand the heart of woman....bkm
that sounds like kind of a scary woman ... lol, happy day!
Hi! Brian...I like the fact, that she carries a pocket full of love letters. I also like the fact, that she strokes her cats, but that pistol in fist is curious. What a nice use of 160 words.Thanks, for sharing!DeeDee ;-D
Oops! I meant to say...cat!
Son....You crack me up!
lol brilliant 160 mate :)
Interesting portrait of a pin-up girl, ready to shoot anyone who messes with her. Good one.
Brian, I just noticed all these followers stalking you. Ugh!
Were you talking about me again? lol
now there's a shady tale...wonder what's in her briefcase?smiles from the moon
I love the use of the "pistol" for "delivery". Very Clever.Citymom
wonderful to meet you...I used to be a woman of many words...but now I just draw!!!if you want to see my 1950s pin up...you can check her out here...http://dianaevans.blogspot.com/2010/09/1950s-pin-up-fan-art-i-love-these-cool.html
I love the "satisfaction only she can bring." How true are those words of animals and their owners.
Her mask sounds heavy. Belying a set up that I would not want to catch off guard. -J
Hi there, thank you for your nice comment on my blog :0) I've just finished reading your recollection of September 11. How scary that must have been, I bet there are so many stories like yours. Glad that you landed safely. You have a very interesting blog and it's so nice to 'meet' another blogger, take care.
Just brilliant. Glad I found your blog. Now I must go to get caught up.
Ha, I think the cat reference was a big hit here Brian...
cheeky. and well written.
"in case there's a chance of delivery" - haha :-) nice!
Nice!....Meeeooowww!! haha JUST kidding. :D
If she was my friend, How would I be?I wonder . . .Joy always,Susan
Haha, Brian, are you sure you meant 'cat' and not 'gat'?
I can hear the cat purring...I'm sure the cat is more satisfied than she is
Is it just me, or does that sound lewd?
Yikes! Don't want to be the one she upset with! lol Great 160
Confident woman there! Blessings.
I guess that I am kind of a dullard. I missed the essence of this one until I read some of the comments posted here.
Love letters yeah but without the cat please
A flash of the woman's liberation; good one.
Many layers of meaning to this brief verse... Very liberating read.
5th sister's comment is hilarious.holy crap Brian, this piece is powerful!
What can you say in 160 characters? Apparently a lot!!!!
Excellent poem, again. Great economy with words. CheersLuke
I'm feeling some of her pain through an experience my daughter is having to deal with now...time to get my girl a cat?
awesome imagery. I love the interesting combinations of the pistol, the letters and the cat. Very cool
Wow! Move over Betty Grable.
Nice, Brian. The times they are a changin'!
I like the humor and simplicity of this one. Very nice.
I always knew those crazy cat ladies were dangerous.
Whoa, I would like to hear her story, without a gun though.
Nice way to use the euphemisms.
Rather a triple-threat woman ... sensual, sorrowful, and possibly treacherous. Complex and contradictory.
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