Dumb Poem # 2 - The Problem With Rabbits
I Should Have Warned You
These hub page things are good exercise for the mind and the fingers. The stuff I put together here may not be all that much fun for you, however. At the risk of turning you off, nice people, I should alert you to the real situation here. This is great good fun for me. Not only that, I am learning how to use a really handy (and very comprehensive) FREE imaging program ( the "Open Source" program named "GIMP") to take images that I scan from paper and convert into jpeg images I can shuffle around in my computer or onto Web pages, like this one. So be prepared for what I intend to aim at you. Who knows - maybe these little rhymes and their images will bring a smile or two for you to enjoy. As a reminder: Each of the rhymes you will see, like the one here, started off by my putting a single word into motion. The one used here was "rabbits." Try it yourself. It is lots of fun.
The Problem With Rabbits
Everyone knows, of a moonlit night,
that rabbits are loving and never will fight.
And, too, it is said that on nights very dark,
rabbits won't feud while on love they embark.
The problem with rabbits,you see, is profound.
It's loving - not fighting - they spread all around.
And now that these truths have been amply declared,
It wonders me much that we're not overhared
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