Really awfully, can he be long ear?


 

THE UGLY BUNNY

(or Hare Today and Gone Tomorrow)

Rabbit

There once was a rabbit
Who had a bad habit
Of driving his parents insane;
Behaving most funnily,
And very un-bunnily,
He was quite a bit of a pain!


When told to hip-hop
He would come to a stop,
Then dash off along a straight line;
His ears wouldn’t flop right,
Nor lolloping lop right;
His squeak was a bit of a whine.


His looks were peculiar,
And wouldn’t quite fool yer,
To thinking him of rabbit ilk,
His coat was all grey,
In a drab sort of way,
Instead of all fluffy and silk.


So, treated quite badly,
He sat and moped sadly,
Till one day a hare hop-pened by –
Said: ‘What have we there?
What a handsome young hare …
My son!’ with a tear in his eye.

Hare (Durer)
Hare junior, that day,
With his dad went away,
And his mom was then left to explain
To a furious buck
How she’d had a quick … bit of luck
One dark night, with a hare as her swain.
 

© Colonialist 2007 (24.com) Revised November 2013 (WordPress)

 

About colonialist

Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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32 Responses to Really awfully, can he be long ear?

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  2. He wasn’t a bunny –
    he was really a honey,
    and that was quite funny.
    Tut tut for expletive deleted.

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  3. Apart from the witty repartee, or do I mean harey repartee, I loved the Durer painting – utterly exquisite….

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  4. The Asian says:

    Why wasn’t there a PG warning on this? 😉

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  5. disperser says:

    . . . it’s just haresay . . .

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  6. disperser says:

    . . . receding hare . . .

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  7. Pussycat44 says:

    And they all lived happily ever after (except the buck and doe of course)

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  8. optie says:

    Ooh, one of your naughty but nice rhymes again Col, LOL

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  9. theonlycin says:

    What a good giggle, thanks Col 🙂

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  10. Loved this piece of awfully funny nonsense, Col. I do love a hoppy ending. 🙂

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  11. misswhiplash says:

    that’s called ‘getting caught ON THE HOP;
    Great stuff made me laugh and laugh

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  12. melouisef says:

    There are no ugly bunnies period

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  13. bulldog says:

    LMAO… loved it..

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  14. Starting out the day with a smile mens reading your blog! I really enjoyed it.

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