The cat poet

The cat poet
Eliot, a fan of the nonsense verse of Edward Lear, had been writing these thumpa-dump rhythm poems to amuse the children of his associates at the London publishing house, Faber and Faber, where Eliot worked. The book is dedicated to several children and to “the Man in White Spats,” presumably a cat.
The Spokesman-Review.com

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