- Vol. 07
- Chapter 08
This one is actually easy. No need for obtuse lyric poetry or purple prose. Just writing clearly about what is clear to see. The sign says "Bird & Dog Fancier." Yet the majority presence by the side of the subject is feline. Some kittens in cages, as many as the couple of birds. Some cats looking intently to the right as if accusing a negligent someone, who perhaps thinks that three full-sized dogs looking forward (and having a house) are somehow above the widely acknowledged superiority of cats. And on this both Hemingway and T.S. Eliot will back me up.