Bunny Chow or Chow with Bunnies

On each first, I have these habits
To go seeking out some


These came, if you want to know,
From a place called Illovo,
Where we went, after my treat
Served for breakfast, was quite neat;
This time all the family
Had my yoghurt, fruit of bee,
Banananana (know where to stop!}
And the raisins piled on top;
At Illovo, cappuccino;
Apple crumble cake the scene, oh;
And we got of plants a score,
Sundry parts of garden for,
While four bags of gravel bought,
Long time for our paths have sought,
Then, fish picture is to bring
First of-fish-all day of spring!
Finally, back to the call
Making hole right through the wall,
Where a plug to fountain goes —
Taken ages, heaven knows!

© September 2019 Colonialist

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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2 Responses to Bunny Chow or Chow with Bunnies

  1. A lovely way to celebrate the beginning of spring. I am always happy to say goodbye to winter.


  2. Sounds like your September is going to be a busy one, Col.


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