There was a cat with a big, bushy tail,
to manage it, was quite the tall tale.
It swished and it swooshed, all day and night,
Oh, that tail gave the kitty quite the fright!
When she tried to jump up on the chair,
her tail would knock down all in its snare.
The flowers on the table, they would sway,
as the kitty's tail had its wild display.
She couldn't squeeze through narrow gaps,
her big tail got caught in all the traps.
When she chased her toys with great delight,
her tail would tangle, what a woeful sight!
The mice that she stalked would often laugh,
as her tail entangled in their path.
She'd swat at them wildly, with a furry flair,
but her tail would always get stuck somewhere.
Her friends, the dogs, would wag their tails,
while her big tail caused endless trails.
They'd run and play with such finesse,
while her tail got caught in a tangled mess.
But despite the hassle with such a long tail,
the kitty still sported it without a wail.
Kitty once felt the heat and was excited to see a male.
When she sat in front of the mate to mate he failed-by-tail.
And though it may cause some funny trouble,
remember, it's what makes you truly double.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem