Emily Krauss


Cats


Cats are furry and feel warm to the touch
Cats purr sometimes softly and sometimes loudly
Cats have a mind
Of their own
And like people
They have their own unique
Personalities

Cats
Cats like to escape
Outside for to them
The outside world
Is like a playground
With endless possibilities
Cats Like to
Hunt birds
Cats like to chase mice
And rats too
Cats can be friendly
But also aggressive

Cats
I like you
For I like
To hear a friendly feline purr
And I enjoy
A feline cat
Curled up
On my lap
In the evening
after I've had
A hard and busy day
At work

Submitted: Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, July 18, 2012

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