Tuxedo Cat

by Mary E. Lowd

March 21, 2021

Black, white & mysterious
Traveling through a field
You see something curious

A fine feline
Dressed to the nines
In a tuxedo
Surrounded by Queen Anne’s lace

Perched on a pole
What secrets might a cat know?

Stay awhile beside ‘em
Mayhap they’ll decide
To share a secret or two

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From the book:  Some Words Burn Brightly: An Illuminated Collection of Poetry

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