14 November 2011

Stick To Me With Thine Eyes . . .

This is MrLeach.
I always feature him.

He comes out only during rainy weather
and every time that he does
he gets nagged like there's no tomorrow!

Now I tell him to say hello to everyone . . .

. . . that's the best wave he can manage for all!

And look!
I think he wants you to tickle his belly!

But I highly advise you not to!

Yes, he is deadly . . . beyond his control!
Yet there are days he walks down our Heaven
as if in search of something . . . or someone . . .

Oh no not my Sweepy!

And not my alpha dog Sumo, Sweepy's father, either!

And poor MrLeach because the changing weather is not good for him and he has to move on and understand that the one he is looking for. . . is not around anymore!

. . . even in my grotesque form
i search for you
only to find you gone
even in our enchanting heaven . . .

For Lisa at:

And in memory of Bogart who is dearly missed.


lisa said...

This is interesting Lui. I never knew that leaches could be deadly. I mean, I know that you may not want to find one on you, but did not know there was a dangerous variety.

Thank you so much for sharing this at The Creative Exchange.

Have a great day!


Anna said...

Trained leaches, oh my! I'm glad that I don't have any characters like that in my garden!

Connie Smiley said...

Oh dear, be careful!

Denise said...

He's a fascinating little creature, great captures Lui. Thanks so much for stopping by my owl post. I'm honored that you would like to use my photos.

NatureFootstep said...

great shots even if I am not to fond of them.

Annelisa said...

I was almost tempted to tickle his belly... :-)

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

That's got to be the most unusual animal I've seen on a blog post yet. You win the prize! :)

C'est moi Claudette said...

A very interesting post Lui.
I didn't really mind your little friend, as long as he stayed away from your fur babies.