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The Bunny

The Bunny Soft, caramel-coloured paws, Creamy, velvet underbelly, Hoppity hop, hoppity hop. Two ears appear, Then the top of the head. Eyes peeping over The plant pot, Hoppity hop, hoppity hop. Bob-tail flashes white Between the bushes, Hoppity hop, hoppity hop. A hole in the greenhouse. A giant bounce- THUD! Munch, crunch for lunch. All the baby lettuces… Hoppity hop, hoppity hop. Later, a cheeky little bunny Lies upon the lawn, Lengthening in the sunshine, Stretching out her paws. A snooze, a warming rest, All peaceful and contented, Until the sun leaves the garden And wakefulness recommences. Up she pops, whiskers first, Then nose and ears appear. Back on her paws, into the house, Through the open door… Hoppity hop, hoppity hop. Copyright Emily Joshua

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