Carney Brown

(Littleton, Colorado, USA)

Kitty Cats - Poem by Carney Brown

Kitty cats are fun
They play in the sun
Sit on fences and gates
Call at night to their mates
Watching from inside
In houses of great pride
They often sit quietly alone
When no ones home
Until dinner time
When their voices loudly chime

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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