Andrea Rieck

Rookie (6/19/90)

Solstice (Holland Lop Rabbit) - Poem by Andrea Rieck

My rabbit’s gray ears are often sideways
Bright and strong-showed dark bluish eyes are hers
Her pinkish nose twitches in lots of ways
Her glossy pelt is the softest of furs

White, long, thin – her whiskers never lack
Rather her stubby neck is kind of short
Showing off different colors does her back
Her shoulders opal, while pure white her chest sports

Petite – her cute, rather small front legs
Her back legs wide, her hind feet large and strong
Her belly is wide enough not to beg
With her fluffy cotton tail none is wrong

Her smart mind is that of a naughty child
Though her soul is kind, her heart is wild

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 22, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 5, 2011


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