About The Old Woman and Expectations #4
the old woman with no cat came to believe she was a stranger to herself. not that she was strange, she’d never admit that, although if she’d had a cat they would’ve discussed this endlessly as everyone knows a cat always has one ear open when both eyes are closed, or so thought the woman with no cat.
Experimental prose poetry in the style of The Dead Man poems by Marvin Bell. ©Misky 2022 Shared with #amwriting on Twitter. Image Three Black Cats by Maud Lewis.
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