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Dust Bunny Hide and Seek part 2
by Sean D Rasmussen
Thursday, January 13, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The dust bunnies were playing hide and seek,
around the table legs I see them peek.
Hiding in thedresser's top drawer,
running and scampering across the floor.

One was hiding and giggling in my shoe,
and in the dresser hid more than a few.
In the cupboard and under my hat,
one hid behind my gray tabby cat.

Behind the bathroom mirror and under an easy chair,
and in the closet, you can see them hiding there.
Behind the curtain, and in pockets of jeans,
they were all sorts of hiding places it seems.

One was hiding in the lamp,
and another with the envelopes covered in stamps.
One was even with the stuffed toys I keep there,
asleep in the lap of an old teddy bear.

The bunny who was "it" did not peek,
it did not know where they sneaked.
It counted to ten and began the game,
and somehow found each dustbunny again.

So should you see a dust bunny or two,
hiding behind the drapes or in a pair of shoes.
Perhaps behind a table you may see one peek,
know that its a game of dust bunny hide and seek

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Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 1/15/2005
cute write, sean! glad to see the dust bunnies are still up to their clever and humorous tricks! well done; enjoyed~

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :D
Reviewed by Sue Hess 1/13/2005
the little devils multiply, be very careful or your house will be full of them
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 1/13/2005
This is really sweet and a fun read. My dog always eats a few bunnies and coughs it up.
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