She Lives In Fear Of The Two Legs, Of The Noisy, Massive Trains That Scream In And Out Of The Station, Of Cats And Rats And Dogs And The Dark Of The Tunnels She Lives In The Subway, Where The Hard Shoes Kick Her Ribs, Where Shrill Voices Beat Her Ears, Where She Subsists On The Garbage Of The Humans But The Little Cat Walks Alone Until She Meets Candlewax, A Street Kid Exiled From The Subway Tunnels, And Katherine, A Student Photographer Who Loves Her On Sight From These Two She Learns That Trust Can Banish Fear And Love Provides A Home Wherever You Are
Born in the last century, lived in Canada all my life, moved to the west coast when I was in my twenties, married with two grown kids, a husband, two cats and a garden.
- 197 pages
- Bev Cooke
- 18 October 2019 Bev Cooke