Cheese-Eating Grin

Poem By Lamar Cole

The cat had a cheese-eating grin.
He had just eaten his best friend.
Harley the hamster was now gone.
Something about eating Harley seemed so wrong.
But Harley made a tasty meal.
Harley looked so sad when he was killed.

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