Tomcat- It's A Great Life - Poem by Sheela Toshili
I'm a handsome tom cat, master of my life and territory
My golden fur, bushy tail and upright whiskers,
attract admirers in droves, while others turn green with envy.
I travel and sleep at leisure
with food and partners galore, my life's a pleasure.
My age is indeterminate
grandparents, parents and children swear that I've always been around
I forget my wives, daughters, grand and great grandchild's meows
countless they are, I get confused
Age has dimmed my sight, but not my smell
As I stride around looking for new conquests.
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