Earth, the place I was born

Round as oranges

Horizon sharp as a grass blade

I sit in front of a rectangular window

Starring at the flurry of sunlight pouring

Over white tiles of squares

My cat comes and purrs at me

On its gingerbread fur falls a yellow circle

Which is round like an orange

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