Monday, April 17, 2017

Dogs vs cats

Today we have naming of cats. Yesterday,
We had daily running. And tomorrow morning,
We shall have what to do after catching them. But to-day,
Today we have naming of cats. Butts
Smells like fresh meat in all of the neighboring gardens,
And today we have naming of cats.

This is an American Shorthair. And this
Is a Persian which you will see,
When you are getting into the yard. And this is the Sphinx,
Which in your case you have to forget. The nose
Gone is, but it has a majestic view
Which in our case we have to forget.

This is a Chartreux, which is always scared to death
With an easy bark. And please do not let me
See anyone try too hard. You can do it quite easy
If you bark at this pussy. The dawgs
Are all lazy and docile, never seeing
Any of them trying too hard.

And this is a Peterbald. The purpose of this
Is to rip it apart, as you see. We can use the claws
Rapidly backwards and forwards: we call this
Death by frenzy. And rapidly backwards and forwards
The dawgs are tearing the dummy apart:
They call it death by frenzy.

They call it death by frenzy: But not the Chartreux
That you only bark not too hard at: not like the Peterbald
You tear apart. The Sphinx in our case we have to forget and
The dawgs in the neighboring gardens,

For today we have naming of cats.


  1. A fun poem, doing cats vs dogs as the conflict is an interesting way of looking at it. A fun poem with mentioning different cat breeds.

  2. The conflict between dogs and cats is a very good approach when re-writing the poem! Good job!


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