A Neighbor Come Calling - Poem by Mark Heathcote
(A neighbour comes calling, this year!
Banging on the door at 22.44pm)
'Did you hear that screaming?
Is it coming, from yours…?
Can you check; your outdoors? '
…So, I then switched on a backlight!
And, peered through the window…
And, saw two cats, standing…
Claw to claw, and Oh, what a furore!
There came with a tiger's paw.
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