Clarence A. Graham, Jr.
Rabbit With Indigo Fur - Poem by Clarence A. Graham, Jr.
The rabbit said to God, 'It is lonesome here without a partner.'
'Is it possible for me to have one? '
God said, 'First, you need a name'
'Your name will be Billy Lee'
'Now, turn around and look'
Billy Lee turned around and saw the most beautiful female Indigo rabbit
Billy Lee said, 'Thank You, God, Now. I have a partner and a helpmeet'
God said, 'You are welcome, Billy Lee, 'Now, go forth in this garden, tend it and flourish'
'Your partner's name is Susan Lee'
'Your children will be named Lee's and so it was'
April 20,2006 by Clarence A Graham, Jr.
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