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Return of the Dust Bunny Knight
by Sean D Rasmussen

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Past the Emerald Forest,
in the Tower of Light.
It is there I tell another story,
of the brave Dust Bunny Knight.

His name was feared by the monsters,
that lived within the gloom.
He would hit them with his wooden sword,
and send them to their room.

A four clawed fighter was his mount,
his battle meow was feared.
No braver mount had existed ,
than the one called Belvidere.

The Bunny Knight was chatting with the dragon,
when the summons came.
The smallest princess was in dire need
of rescuing once again.

The princess had been picking flowers
near the place she plays.
A evil witch was waiting nearby,
and took the princess away.

The witch took her on a broom,
to a place very far away.
The princess was there kept,
to niether run or play.

With haste our hero went to rescue,
the smallest princess dear.
Onward went the Bunny Knight,
and his brave steed Belvidere.

Through the forgotten paths they went,
deep within the woods.
Where the monsters lurk and creep,
and are not bieng very good.

Three times our hero faced,
monsters from the gloom.
Only to bop them on the nose,
and send them to their room.

Deep in the swamp our heros went,
Leaping from log to log,
Avoiding quicksand and alligators,
that live within the bog.

They found the house the witch was in,
hidden behind the trees.
There our heros devised a plan,
to set the princess free.

To the chimney Belvedere climbed,
and let loose a ferocious yowl,
Then the witch ran away,
afraid there was a ghost on the prowl.

Our brave heros then rescued the princess,
and took her back to the king.
As for the evil witch,
she was never seen again.

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Reviewed by Jill Eisnaugle
Great write, Sean. Made me feel like a kid again!
Take care,
Jill :)
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
"Return of the Dust Bunny Knight"

Beauty, wonders, and message... Soft voice of true poetry to enchant and please hearts of all ages.

"Return of the Dust Bunny Knight" is what makes Poetry richer and colorful. I have enjoyed a wonderful poem.

I Salute the Author of "Return of the Dust Bunny Knight".

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
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