The Cat at Night
The cat was fond of the manâs potato soup,
which made him love her a breath more,
but not soâs youâd notice.
There was an old man, an olâ Texas boy, who lived on a road called Chatterpie with an uppity old cat - a cat whoâd rather eat potato soup than catch blackbirds. A cat who liked to go fishing and sit on the bow of the old manâs boat, her face into the wind, like she was a hood ornament. "Fool cat," the old man would say. "You ainât nobodyâs prize." Then one day something unexpected happens, and they both learn that even the most cantankerous love can inspire acts of heroic proportions - but not, of course, soâs youâd notice.
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