I Could Pee On This is a short compellation of poetry written through the eyes of cats. The poems depicts how everyday cat life is, and discoveries of new things in the cat world. Using repetitive poetry to mimic possible thought process of a cat, Marciuliano espresses comical moments and the exciment of discovery.
Marciuliano did a great job creating humorous poetry. However, I think the rythym of the poetry was poor. In some poems he merely reapted the same line for a half page, ruining any chance of a good rythym. Poetry doesn't have to rhyme, but I beleve it should have some ring or melody to it. Overall, this made the book slightly dull and boring, and the only reason there is to continue is the hilarious stories the poems tell.