Sonnet by Lauren Faiman

Lauren Faiman, Guest Poet

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Two small fuzzy creatures invaded my home

They bask in the sun changing positions whenever it moves

Why did these cuddly friends enter my life when I was alone

Man those little guys like to groove

 

And to wander on their adventures I hear their bells chime

They sleep all day and play all night

Every morning I am woken up by purr, every time

My buddies make daring jumps at great heights

 

Even though they seem small they sure can eat

I get a bit jealous of all the attention they receive

Their curiosity sure can’t be beat

I hope they never leave

 

Although cats and I are supposed to be Natural enemies

We are brothers now and will make many memories

 

 

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