Bunny Poem
In fields and forests, they do dwell A creature that we know so well Their cotton tails and floppy ears A beauty that so few can near A furry ball of boundless joy They leap and frolic, free to enjoy The world around them, fresh and new In search of greens and carrots too Their hopping gait and twitching nose Inquisitive, they come and go A sign of life and love and play In every moment of the day From tiny bunnies to adult hares They fill our world with fluffy cares And though they may be small in size Their beauty shines before our eyes So let us cherish these creatures small And love them, one and all For in their gentle hopping grace We see the wonder of life's embrace.

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