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TITLE: Cat Prowl
By
08/06/09
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This is a silly poem about my friend's cat and dog.

I'm personally not to sure what to do with the line that says: The friendly foe--Dog--he awaits to prowl. I'm unsure of what to do with my grammar...and if it makes sense. anyway, just give me some input on that one part.
Thanks, God bless!
Cat Prowl

Miniature tiger crawls in the dirt.
Attacking a lighting bug,
which he must defeat.
In observance he flicks his ears,
Bats at the air, pounces playfully at a rock.
The friendly foe--Dog--he awaits to prowl.
Deep in the green grass the cat lies
Down on his haunches; sprinting,
Leaping on top of Dog.
Cat prowls in the evening, under shrubs
And rolls in the shady dirt.
Playfully he runs,
And bites the writer’s toes.
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