Little Brown Rabbit

Little brown rabbit with a cotton tail
Sitting in the grass beside the road
Ears perked up,
head turning from side to side,
Are you thinking of hopping across?

Little brown rabbit with twitching nose
Making me smile when I see you
Gift of nature,
Sweet furry creature,
Please, won’t you hop back into the field?

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7 Responses to Little Brown Rabbit

  1. Awwww…just perfect!

  2. arjeha says:

    We have a bunny that lives in one of the bushes in our yard and always tell it not to cross the road. Love the poem.

  3. Lisa Orchard says:

    Awww…that’s a sweet poem. I always worry about the little creatures who step near the road, hoping they don’t dart out at the very last second. They usually don’t and that makes me happy.

  4. elsie says:

    They are cute, until they begin chomping on one’s plants. Head back to the field little brown bunny.

  5. Tara Smith says:

    Sweet. We have a few in our garden, too. Unfortunately for us, they love every bulb I’ve ever planted!

  6. Lisa Keeler says:

    I love seeing all the rabbits at this time of year. You captured the essence of those sightings in your poem.

  7. A charming moment captured perfectly!

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