Taipei Haiku #71

Sunny day smoke break.

Squirrel chitters, tail a-fluff.

Buy your own, rodent.

Squirrels largely rule the roost here at Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, although I have seen the occasional rat. They will be here long after humans are dust.

(I don’t actually smoke, incidentally. But I wouldn’t put it past a squirrel to bum a cigarette if I did.)

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