Rain Cloud Bunny Rabbit

Rain Cloud Bunny Rabbit

There once was a very emotional Rabbit
Who had many very sick ucky icky Habits
She would Bring her little Rain cloud
Carrying it around like a little shroud
Then off she will go, Hippety hoppity through the snow
She would show up at critter’s parties and charities
Letting his rain cloud go, to bring the snow
Ruining everyone’s grand fun, while she played in the sun
Giggling all the time at what she had done
Then off she would go, Hippity Hoppity through the snow
On one day She came across a twisted fox
who was locked in a very ugly brown box
He told her that he would love her forever,
If only she would let him out; isn’t that clever,
The rain cloud bunny rabbit had never been in love
So, she gave the box and the fox a great big shove
The box with the fox did break at the bottom of the hill
But the fox didn’t move at all he just laid there very still
The Rain Cloud Bunny Rabbit didn’t know what to think
Than she thought she would give him a cold winter drink
So she released her cloud to go wake him up
While she ran off to find the fox a cup
So off she will go, Hippity Hoppity through the snow
She hopped home to here hidey hole, that was made by a mole
From which she had once trick and stole his homey hole
Just as she was about to turn to leave
With some cool dark smelly icky tea
She noticed something very strange
Though it was just out side her range
Dropping the cup she realized her enemy was at the door
And that she would go, Hippity Hoppity through the snow….no more


About shoelessboywonder

Poet and cook, I'm just starting out in the web world trying to grow a fan base for my poetry, it seems like its off to a good start and the site is also made for me to improve upon my writing skills so please rate and comment on the poems you like best, feedback is the greatest way to success thanks for checking me out and my site. View all posts by shoelessboywonder

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