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Updated on February 9, 2013

A Light in the Darkness


I rise at four or thereabouts,

Fancying a dance.

The rabbit in his hayey hutch

Eyes me much askance

'tis not like Master

Or his Miss

To start the day so young!

Surely there is aught amiss

When matin's greenly rung!

No wonder it should fuddle Lepus,

Watching me cavort:

'Tis wilder than the wild he knows

To watch this odd disport.

He'll never get the drift of me

Though he sniff and sniff the air.

He must, to solve the mystery,

Be one of Adam's heir.

Joseph Pedulla

Thursday, July 26, 2012


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      Girish puri 4 years ago from NCR , INDIA

      Welcome on hub pages, a brilliant piece of poetry, keep writing, God bless.