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Another Cat and Window Poem

By John I. Blair

Tail coiled,
Tongue tip pink,
Miss Kitty tamely sits,
Slowly winking feline eyes

At squirrels and birds;
I donít think she has an aim,
Merely mild desire,
Fixation on the Other.

I hate to spoil her game
And donít say a word,
But my hands are soiled
And sheís in the sink.

©2020 John I. Blair, 9/20/2020

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