Safe one day and in trouble the next, a Rabbit's life narrates an intriguing tale. Read on to find out more about a tryst with Nature and what it teaches about life to us in this poem.
Rabbit sitting there all wary,
Wide eyed at the world so scary.
This his first time out of the burrow,
To add to his fears the fields in furrow.
Fox and badger, new smells in the air,
All the others just sitting there.
The moon is full, shining bright,
Illuminates a world of new delight...
Heads go up, noses twitching,
Back feet ready to run, and itching...
A man with a dog just over the way,
Rabbits deciding weather to stay...
The dog's let off running free,
The man fancies rabbit for tea...
Our rabbit safe and dry and the burrow,
Ready and waiting for tomorrow.
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