Duet by Fred Richardson

My father once had a cat named Moose,
And he would whistle for him
Just like you whistle for a dog.
And my father would get a chair and sit down,
And when he came in, Moose would get in his lap.
Moose would whine, and my father would say:
Moose, where have you been,
I haven’t seen you all day!
And they had the conversation on the front porch,
And nobody knew what they were talking about.


About The Henry Brothers

We are English teachers involved in ELT publishing in Turkey, and also touring the country giving workshops and presentations to English teachers, mainly on the use of poetry, storytelling and other lively activities in the classroom. We can be contacted by e-mail to canmoorcroft@gmail.com or paul.zarraga@gmail.com
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