Living Together with Cats, or Fourteen Lines on Orange Felines

from A Modern Woman's Life and Love by Carmen Balthrop, José Cáceres, Robert B. Greenleaf & Kenneth W. Walters

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Waiting silently for food,
orange cats our hearts have wooed.
But, to their silence they’re not glued:
When at times they’ve meowed and meowed
We have thought we’d have them stewed,
Little monsters from brood
Little Babe and Bubba dood.
All our thoughts were close to lewd,
We’d have danced through Auburn nude
By our friends and strangers viewed.
But we didn’t, for then you’d
For our frenzy us both sued.
You’ll not think these lines are crude
When your life with cats is strewed.

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from A Modern Woman's Life and Love, released March 11, 2012

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Well known as a composer of piano music, Elizabeth Greenleaf has had numerous pieces published by The FJH Music Company.

Dr. Robert Greenleaf is an Emeritus Professor of Music at Auburn University. His opera Under the Arbor premiered in 1992 and was shown nationally on Public Television in 1994.
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