Loving Cats - Poem by James McLain
Wearing a bra that I didn't buy
she wears my boxers.
The panties I bought that she
she thought they belonged
From coast to coast even around
She bought my shoes I wore
her socks multicolored square with
diamond's, they are Argyll.
Most of the cloths we both bought
could be worn by the other.
Latter diagnosed we both were
one being a man the other a woman.
She likes milking the cows, while I
like stalking the cougar's.
Living on the edge I back her up
we live in round rooms with out corners.
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