August personages with long ears


Rabbits 2

If  I ‘BUNNIES!’ should yell out,
From the force of habits,
I’m a bit confused, no doubt –
For, it should be ‘RABBITS!’ 

Aw, Gust!  That is quite a blow –
Here, it comes in gale-ly,
Gets the wind up, don’t you know;
Clears the cobwebs, daily.

© Colonialist August 2014 (WordPress) 
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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.
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16 Responses to August personages with long ears

  1. nrhatch says:

    Not to split hares, but I remembered “Rabbits” in July and forgot in August. “Rats!”

    Got a post for you to peruse ~ by Barbara:
    http://silverinthebarn.wordpress.com/2014/08/02/obsolete-english/

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  2. haydendlinder says:

    I love this one. Very playful tone and it reminds me of a pet I had as a child. I brought home a very cute little bunny that fit in the palm of your hand. She grew into a 35lb Belgian Hare. She was… Have you ever seen Monty Python’s “Search for the Holy Grail?”

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  3. Sonel says:

    It always confuse me as well. Some call them Bunnies, some call them Rabbits. I guess they’re Rabbits when they want to eat them and Bunnies when they want to play with them. 😆
    Have a great weekend Col! 😀

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  4. misswhiplash says:

    Ones with long ears are hares, hare today and gone tomorra

    nd

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  5. calmgrove says:

    In with a lion, out with a lamb — bah, that’s another month, bother and damn! A pinch and a punch on the first of the month. And please, just no backs — and those are the facts!

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  6. And the bunnies should be white –
    make sure they don’t bite.
    Ours did.

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