Animal poems - Rabbit

From NoskeWiki
Revision as of 07:33, 25 March 2019 by NoskeWiki (talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to navigation Jump to search
NOTE: This page is a daughter page of: Animal poems


     ... cute, hyperactive, naughty

Adorable little fluffy white tail,
Whiter than snow when it's cold and yet sunny.
Adorable little nose and long ears,
No matter your origins we all love a bunny.

In so many countries, you represent a symbol of luck,
And you breed like a rabbit, because you love a good pluck.
You represent abundance, in love, life and play,
Yet your nature is timid, so you often run away.

Sometimes you are shy and anxious,
Sometimes you are spontaneous.
You can represent fertility and wealth,
You avoid all things extraneous.

You are happy in the wild,
And you seem happy in captivity.
I hear you can get naughty,
With your sexy hyperactivity.

Life gets interesting,
If you develop have a habit.
Of chasing after a nervous,
Yet amorous rabbit.

Kids love to play with you,
You just want to eat.
But at easter you deliver them chocolate eggs,
Which they think is neat.

Your cute ears I could nibble,
You are equally as sweet as honey.
No matter your origins,
We all love a bunny.

            -- by Andrew Noske

About this Poem...

Animal: Rabbit
Description/motivation: This is playful, and dedicated to a someone fun. I've always wanted to write one for a bunny, never did. Interesting rabbits are a huge pest in Australia, but hey - the rabbits most of us meet are pretty darn cute. Cute animals are the biggest trouble sometimes.

This is one in a serious of poems I've written about various animals. The motivation, is that I love the idea of spirit animals, and I decided, one day, to ask many of my friend what animal they think best represents their personality. In some cases the poems are written with the person in mind... and sometimes it's purely about the animal. Read more about my process here. If you love this poem or want another written please e-mail me at :-)
This is an original poem by me!