Saturday, June 21, 2014

Bunny Time

Now it blinks here
Soft and fragrant
Daydreams in a bed of clover
Now it stretches
Into shadows
Onto crunchy forest floor
Then, Moon and clover
Brother bunny
You and me

 (to a sweet bunny on this longest day of 2014)


Magyar said...

__The rabbits in our yard are quite trustful with Kathy and I, but when friends and relatives arrive... it becomes... a Bunnys Begone situation.
__Lovely verse! _m

Vesper said...

Magyar, thank you! :-)
This one seems very friendly too. One day he came with a pal, and both were very calmly eating and sleeping the day away in our backyard. There's a tiny patch of forest that's survived the "mansions" built behind our house and I think that's were they live...

Fireblossom said...

Hello Vesper and bunny pal!

Brian Miller said...

smiles...good to see you...
i have seen so many bunnies this year....must have been a good year for youngest wanted to pick one as a pet...ha...

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I saw a bunny in my subdivision just this week. And the funny thing is, I had just commented on someone's blog not two days before remarking that I rarely see bunnies here anymore. It was bunny fate!

Bernard Lee DeLeo said...

Those cute bunnies will take care of your garden too. They work better than 'Round-Up'. They'll clear out the vegetation without chemicals. :)

Roland D. Yeomans said...

I have always loved bunnies. They would be grand to have in a garden. I would grow the vegetables just for them!

Charles Gramlich said...

we've been having a regular bunny visitor to our yard. I love to see him.

Vesper said...

Hello, Fireblossom!!! :-) :-) :-)

Hi, Brian, thanks! :-) That's what my youngest wants to do... :-)

The bunny showed himself to you, Keith! :-) That's nice. And nice to see you here... :-)

Bernard, LOL! You know what? They behave quite well. Just clover and another plant, considered weed I suppose, with wide leaves, which they like very much. :-)

Roland, I'm so glad when I can offer them a little haven... And they're not even touching the flowers and the vegetables... :-)

Charles, yes! They're welcome visitors. :-)

Sarah Hina said...

Precious bunny, watching all long after we turn our eyes away.

Lovely, Vesper.

Aniket Thakkar said...

Gee, what's up doc?

Bugs is the only bunny I've known. Okay, Donnie Darko's bunny too. The list would be considerably long, if Playboy Playmates count. :P

This one though, seems most fun to be acquainted with. :)

Lovely read as always, Vesper.

Vesper said...

Thank you, Sarah. I love your thought - how right you are!

Hey, Aniket, thank you! So nice seeing you here! :-)