Kitty, by Yarishiya Akham Subscribe to rss feed for  Yarishiya Akham

Whenever our cat  sees neighbor’s dog
It will raise its back and hiss
Scared the dog will turn away.
One day she captured a rate
But she let it go 
And captured it again.
Like this it played with the rate.
At last the rate escaped in the grass,
Kitty could not find it.

Revised version of the poem KITTY appeared in TELEKIDS
a wednesday supplement of the national newspaper TELEGRAPH
Posted: 2018-12-01 11:30:35 UTC

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