Debra Pitts

(Springdale, Arkansas)

Easter Bunny - Poem by Debra Pitts

Here jumps a little bunny
Happy as can be,
Looking for his Easter eggs
Jumping right to me.
He's sniffing for some eggs
How many will he find?
Around and around he goes
Kicking up his hinds.
He's jumping up and down
He's looking in the grass,
He is a happy bunny
He's found one at last,
A smile is on his face
He knows Easter is a bliss,
He will not miss this day
As he jumps to give a kiss,
Right up to my face
He plants his little kiss,
So happy and so bouncy
This Easter he did not miss.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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