Written by Aidura Che Spachendra
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Cats And A bowl of Food, is a tanka, a Japanese poetry form, written by Aidura Aiyub from Malaysia. As per our FAQ, the copyright of this tanka belongs to Aidura Che Spachendra.
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Two cats were fighting Over a big bowl of food Both cats went away
The bowl of food left untouched They will come back when hungry.
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