Dust Bunny from Outer Space
by Sean D Rasmussen
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Flying in a rocket ship, with a smile on its face,
comes a unique dust bunny .One from outer space.
It sits at bunny sized controls while gazing at planets and moons,
thinking of new things to see, and friends it will make soon.
It played hopscotch on Saturn's rings, got a suntan on Mercury,
built a snowman on Pluto, and on Venus it planted a tree.
It rode the tail of Haley's Comet because it won't be around again soon,
and sat talking and eating moonpies with the man in the moon.
It watched the Earth's dust bunnies through a telescope,
and decided to visit these happy little folk.
So it loaded up its spaceship with space bunny treats,
and off to Earth it did fly to find new friends to meet.
The dust bunnies were all playing when the spaceship did land,
and out popped the space bunny with bunny gifts in hand.
It showed the dust bunnies lots of things from its travels to the stars,
and told them stories and sang songs that it learned in Mars.
They played and danced all through the day until time to go to bed.
The dust bunnies wanted it to stay but it had go instead.
The space bunny would return and visit them all very soon,
but it had to get supplies for the man in the moon.
The space bunny comes to visit now, once or twice a week,
to play with Earth's dust bunnies and to give them treats.
Dust bunnies are all the same, whether in Earth or outer space,
all they want are new friends and a smile on everyones face.
The space bunny still ice skates on Pluto, and sees the man in the moon.
It dances in Jupiter's atmosphere and visits beaches in Neptune.
If you look through a telescope, you might see the strangest thing,
the little space dust bunny playing hopscotch on Saturn's rings.
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|Reviewed by jude forese
|delightful blend of fantasy & entertainment...|
|Reviewed by the phantom pheonix (Reader)
|This was so adorably cute and fantastic it took me through our galaxy and beyond wow you are so much a master poet awesome job on this|
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
|"Dust Bunny From Outer Space" is everything a poem can surpise. This one surpasses the surprises and takes the reader on trip to imaginationland.
I Salute You, Master Poet Sean Rasmussen.
May you enjoy a long healthy life.
My respect and gratitude.
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU