In Rabbit, Rabbit we meet a young boy learning about life and his sly, confident, long-eared friend.
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By HIRAM J. GRIGSBY JR., Dwain Esper
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Rabbit, Rabbit, sitting on my grass, Tell me how you run so fast
Still you sit as close I come, But within reach, you start to run!
Side to side, stop and go.
With such ease you seem to flow.
Rabbit, Rabbit, I want to pet, But I guess that's something you won't let.
You are cute with your twitching nose, Eating whatever—anything goes!
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