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Old Cat And Shamrock

old cat and shamrock
sleep both folded inward
sharing the warm radiator

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  1. I can’t help it, I have to know – who is Shamrock?

    • Shamrock is, in fact, a shamrock–the image in my head was of a shamrock at night, leaves like an umbrella folded closed, which I always think of as the plant being asleep. In this case, I was picturing a sleeping cat, curled up , and a sleeping shamrock. But clearly I didn’t describe it well–too funny!


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