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The Ether Bunny (poem)

Updated on January 5, 2016

Oh hide your eggs real well as Easter nears

The ether bunny may still be around

He hunts for eggs wherever they abound

But colored pancakes made with eggs he fears


He has a height advantage from the ground

And hides behind two long and floppy ears

You laugh and still he’ll tickle you to tears

Till all your pocket pennies he has found


What should we do if he comes to our house

Should we confuse and wear each other’s clothes


We might convince the cat that he’s a mouse

Or hunt for colored pancakes till we dose


Perhaps the bunny’s ego we might douse

We heard that for a picture he was froze


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    • Gypsy Rose Lee profile image

      Gypsy Rose Lee 2 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Now you got me thinking of how wonderful it will be when spring and Easter arrives.