Poem: Easter Bunny
I saw a little bunny sitting on a chair
So I asked the little bunny what he was doing there
I’m waiting here for Easter, so I can have an egg
I thought if I sat quietly, I wouldn’t have to beg.
I want an egg for Easter; I’ve never had one yet
I couldn’t find one in my hutch or even at the vet
I’m sure that they exist somewhere, but even if it’s fuinny
If someone gives me one this year, I’ll be a happy bunny.
Jonathan Ball is an amateur poet who has written a number of children’s books, the Jellyland series, available as ebooks on Amazon. The first in the series is Jelly Monster Helps Out.