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Twa d day before easter

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Twa d day before easter

T’was d day before Easter
And all through the woods
The bunnies were busy
packing their goods.
The eggs were all colored
so pretty and bright
all things were “GO”
for the big special night

The baskets were waiting all decorated
With care in hopes
That the bunny soon would be there
My little brother theophilus 
Was asleep in his bed 
While visions of Easter eggs 
rolled round his head.
And with my pynjamas and 
with the puppy on my lap
I had just settled down
For a quick little nap
When outside the window
I heard a great noise
I sprang from my chair and 
Jumped over some toys.

As quick as a flash to the window I flew
I pulled up the shade and 
Oh! What a view
The moon on the meadow cast
A great golden glow
And the wind blew the flowers
 to and fro.

Then all of a sudden from
Out of no where came 
Some lovely bunnies
Hopping here and there
Leading the pack with ears long
And funny was an all plump 
White rabbit,
That’s right the EASTER BUNNY.

So up on each doorstep the bunnies did hop 
With baskets of eggs lets 
Hope they don’t drop just at that moment
 from the
Porch down below
Came the stamping of feet
T’was d rabbit I knew
He was surrounded by eggs 
Which had been carefully dyed?
Easter eggs galore he soon 
Would hide.
He’s eyes were all twinkles
He’s nose so pink 
(and I cant be so sure but I think he did wink)
He uttered no sound as he hopped all about 
Hiding the eggs and leaving 
No doubt that the easter bunny 
has come with baskets of 
happiness for children so dear.

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