NANCY AND THE RABBIT

They've been together now for 2,000 years
He knows her
And she knows him
Ain't much to talk about
anymore
In that cave
It gets cold
When the fire don't burn
But she don't want to venture from there
There are dinosaurs
not to far from there
She just had to see
Bravely she went out
Wondering what it could be
To here surprise, a rabbit with wings
took her to the sky
But wouldn't you know it
A flying rabbit can't live in a cage
And she's not ready to leave
They meet when they can
He flies her high
and they make plans
Someday maybe
they'll share a tree house together

By: Roger Harkness


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