Cat - Poem by Nassy Fesharaki
The two cats
(Fluffy, both are fat)
Are free domestic
Domestic and free
One whitish, but jigsaw
Other one, missing parts
Their heads ball
Ears are pyramids
(As Cairo’s, in Egypt)
They were there in winter and snow
(I wondered of owner’s lack of care.)
In spring, brainless, they play crazy, .
It is fun watching them, standing.
They too are Metis and Mestizo; are hybrid.
I intend to ask them:
“With those eyes and the face,
What percent is Persian? ”
Then smile in silence; self reply:
“Are you too, crazy? ”
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