Cat Quartet

Cat Quartet short poem

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Winter
That tiger cat with
winking green eyes tossing
up balls of red yarn.

Spring
Inquisitive…
the gingersnap cat stares as
I get undressed.

Summer
Black and white kitten
lying under clothesline in
soft circles of sleep.

Fall
Windy afternoon
my calico cat leans forward
against the cold.

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ammu sachariah
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nice poems.

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