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Fri, 21 Nov 2008
There is a nice new page at Diddilydeedotsdreamland. it's called Bunnies and Babies, I hope you like it

DOWN AMONG THE LETTUCE BEDS
(The Rabbit Speaks)

Down among the Lettuce Beds, as I was lying low,
I saw a funny Two Legs a-walking very slow,
Walking very slow she was, and now and then she'd stop
To pick a juicy lettuce or to seize a carrot top;
Rooting of them up, she was, and oh! thinks I, my dear,
The way the Two Legs  copies little Rabbit folks is queer!

Down among the Lettuce Beds, as I was treasure hunting,
I heard a funny Two Legs a-singing "Baby Bunting,"
Says she, "He'll fetch a rabbit skin, a rabbit skin," says she,
"To wrap the Baby Bunting in," and oh! it seemed to me;
It seemed to me so pitiful, and oh! thinks I, my dear,
The way the Two Legs copies little Rabbit folks is queer!

Down among the Lettuce Beds, as I was looking round,
I saw a funny Two Legs a-digging in the ground,
Digging in the ground he was, as natural as could be,
Trying to make a burrow, as it might be you or me,
Digging with a spade he was, poor soul, thinks I, my dear,
The way the Two Legs copies little Rabit folks is queer!

Down among the Lettuce Beds, the middle of last week,
I saw some little Two Legs a-playing Hide and Seek,
Playing Hide and Seek they were, and scudding on the lawn,
The same as baby Four Legs, when they're frisking in the dawn,
Scuttering and scampering, and oh! thinks I, my dear,
The way the Two Legs copies little Rabbit folks is queer!


Barbara Todd wrote this tale, when and where I have no idea, but hopefully I will find out soon.
Posted 19:20

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