It’s the lone tiger-cat who stalks in a jungle and finds himsel
Sunrise Jane
Sunrise Jane
Jul 11, 2010

High-heeled misconception is
The deadliest lake in a forest

Covered up by ivy-leagues that pile
High in bad weather

It’s the lone tiger-cat who stalks in a jungle and finds himself



Left with fruit.

And a tiger-cat chases their toes

A drop of water falls from a leaf
Splashing to the ground
To set off the fliers in their game
They rocket forward
Their dangling feet graze the dew-soaked grass
And a tiger-cat chases their toes
Her belled collar makes sweet noises
In the crisp morning air

 
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