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Er Chirichetto d'una sacrestia sfasciò l'ombrello su la groppa a un gatto pe' castigallo d'una porcheria. - Che fai? - je strillò er Prete ner vedello - Ce vò un coraccio nero come er tuo pe' menaje in quer modo... Poverello!... - Che? - fece er Chirichetto - er gatto è suo? - Er Prete disse: - No... ma è mio l'ombrello!-
Trilussa writes in romanesque, the slang and accent used in Rome, Italy.
The little poem above speak of a choir boy surprised by the priest beating up a poor cat with an umbrella. The priest is scolding him and the boy replies "why? Does the cat belong to you?" "no", says the priest..."but the umbrella is mine!" (meaning the bad action was to use his umbrella with the risk of breaking it).
This is just a joke, and quite satirical view of a priest in a now disappeared Italy. Rome, in reality, is the city of (stray) cats! Cats are loved and taken care of. The eternal city is full of them!