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Sunday, November 04, 2007

The cat wants out

The cat wants out. He thinks
he's going to have his way
always, his way always.
The cat thinks his way
is the perfect expression of justice
carried out to its logical, feline extreme.
And he sits by the sliding glass door
in dignity,
in the rightness of his cause,

and singing.

And he has his way