Susan Rose / Gail Fraser

(Sequim, Washington)

Meals By Phone - Poem by Susan Rose / Gail Fraser

I wish that cats had phones
To place an order for a meal
So if we want milk at lunch
Press one now--what a deal Press two for a chicken dinner
Or three for liver if we wish
Don't press four for the dry stuff
Press five now for a dish of fish If we could really order meals
Big Fluffo'd be on the phone all day
Pressing one, two, three, four, five
He'd think twice if he had to pay


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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