'Cat's Pajamas' - Poem by Linda Winchell
I am the, ” Cat’s Pajamas”,
No tail…but just the same,
I prance about the house all puffed up,
And with cat like arrogance in all I claim.
I haven’t any coat of fur,
But my skin has done just fine,
It forms its protection given me,
And has been on my bones for quite sometime.
I purr when stoked lightly,
But don’t go against my grain of coat,
For you wouldn’t want to upset this kitty,
Who can quickly butt like a Billy Goat!
By: Linda Winchell
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