Treasure Island

Louise Bizzari


A Cat


There was A Cat left in a house
Whose occupants long gone
He comes and goes
With spotted nose
To wander there alone
Through vacant rooms
He hops and zooms
No ball of thread has he
Past moldy walls
Down doorless halls
He plays with hearty glee
Up cobwebbed chairs
Down rusty stairs
No whiney tigers gloom
He darts about
With fearless snout
In dark, in dust and doom

Louise Bizzari (14 yrs)

Submitted: Thursday, February 03, 2005

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  • Brandon Hackett (4/7/2005 1:41:00 AM)

    Again, your poems are so well thought out and written. It's hard to find anyone that writes like this. You wrote this at 14yrs old! ! Unbelievable. Was this a Cat you
    owned at the time you wrote this and embellished on it? Would like to read more about you. Entralled Literally.. Brandon (Report) Reply

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