A Sonnet of Fever and Loathing in Allergy

The scent of the cat, oh how it lingers.

Litter box to fur, wet, dirty, and clean.

An overpowering putrid fragrance,

Breeds a sneezing whirlwind of discomfort,

Followed by swelling of agony

The dreaded flurry of inflammations.

Watery eyes and headaches consume me,

Redness flushes through my face and organs.

Achoo Achoo, echoes through my body,

Following snuffles of the running nose.

How I loath the smell of cats anywhere,

Why are they following me to-and-fro.

Like an old cat lady alone at home

They attack the fiber of my being.

About Hakarune

Trying live life on my terms now I love to travel and have been to a lot of the US, and want to see the whole world and learn every language I can.... I love humor and sarcasm and use them both all the time, to the point where some people hate me for it, but as they say "Like Father Like Son." My dad is awesome and I love him, I missed not having him around when I was growing up, but now I'm making up for lost time. My dad is like my best friend and is like me, just older and not as hansom. Though I've been called worse than him cause I don't filter what I say (at all) and I'm blunt, honest, and speak exactly what I think as well as am a sarcastic ass to the point of occasionally offending people without meaning to, but that's life. Live it and get over it, and make the best of what time you got, don't sweat the small things. View all posts by Hakarune

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