‘Rabbit’ by David Gibb
Entry number two:
I saw a rabbit the other day, I
was walking on my way.
I spied a hunter with a gun, I told the rabbit he
had to run.
It ran, over and down a hill.
Into a massive muddy pool.
A lion thought, I’ll have him for tea.
So now the lion’s after me.
I run for my life and climbed a tree.
I hope the lion would run straight by.
When it did, I let out a sigh.
Then it rained
Still treed I got so wet.
I just sat and watched a nice sun set.
‘Tommy’, Mum shouted, ‘come for tea.
You’re all wet, come out the tree.’
© David Gibb