Colonialist Hare-writ-age

With ‘Rabbits!’ I have habits

To mark, of months, the first –

At hares now take a stab; it’s

In March what I do durst;

And at a rhyme I grab, fits

Of Awful I do worst;

From Tenniel I nab bits —

His pictures are well versed.


© March 2017 Colonialist

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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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30 Responses to Colonialist Hare-writ-age

  1. Sounds like something to mull over with tea. Nicely worded.


  2. I much prefer the illustrations to the poem(?) 🐻 XD


  3. disperser says:

    . . . I have a receding hare line . . . Sorry, that’s the best I can hop on.

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  4. calmgrove says:

    St David’s Day’s done, we’ve now had our fun:
    In Wales it’s a leek or a daff that we seek
    To wear on the first day of March or be cursed
    For pretending to be a genuine Taffy!


  5. I pinch and punch, but must do before lunch. 🙂


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