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Dust Bunnies in Spring
by Sean D Rasmussen

Sunday, May 02, 2004
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The Dust Bunnies were playing,
on a day in spring.
Enjoying sunny games,
and learning many things.

They played with the squirrels,
and the field mice too.
On a sunny day,
there was very much to do.

One climbed a tree,
to learn the robin's song.
Another was running with a squirrel,
playing tag as they went along.

They enjoyed the day,
in the springtime breeze.
Then they shared their meal,
of bunny treats and cheese.

They watched the shapes in the clouds,
that were in the air so high.
They watched the speed of hummingbirds,
as they sped so quickly by.

On the back of a friendly turtle,
they then went for a ride.
Who told them stories of ages past,
of a prince and his bride.

They watched a small lizard,
who could change from brown to green.
Each agreed that its special trick,
was the best they had ever seen.

The sun was getting low,
and the bunnies had to get along.
They waved goodbye to all their friends,
and sang the robins song.

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Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 5/4/2004
oh, yahhhooo!! the dustbunnies have returned; and they are better (and funnier) than ever!

wonderfully whimsical write!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :D

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