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Away With Worry: Bunny Tails In Spring

Angela Black presents a seasonal poem for children.

A bunny on a knobbly hill
Washed her whiskers with her paws
I sat there so very still
Behind a bush of yellow gorse.

The up her seven babies popped
Each fuzzy-wuzzy bunny-ball
I had to stroke them - quite forgot
To keep behind my yellow wall.

I ran towards the knobly hill
I saw eight bunny tails flash white
Whisk and frisk and bob until
Not one was anywhere in sight.


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