In his cage,
the mouse scurries up the ladder,
stops, looks up,
twitches his little nose,
lowers his gaze,
then scurries off.
Reaches his mouse house,
carefully squeezes through the entrance,
tail, the last thing to slither through,
the last thing I catch sight of.
By Lara Cooper
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