As it’s the beginning of the Easter weekend, I’m re-blogging an Easter poem I wrote over ten years ago when at uni. If you don’t like ironic and cheeky humour, then you won’t like this! If you do, enjoy 🙂
As it’s nearly Easter I thought I’d be topical for a change, instead of just odd.
If you’ve read any of the other material on my blog so far, you’ve probably noticed my love of silliness, and sarcasm. You won’t be let down here, I promise.
Anyway, here it is. “The Easter Bunny Song”. It never became a song as I mistook my guitar for an Easter egg and ate it, but “The Easter Bunny Poem” just sounds rubbish.
Warning: if you take things too seriously, please ignore.
The Easter Bunny Song
I’ve always thought it rather funny,
Just think about the Easter Bunny.
And what do bunnies always do??
Parents mustn’t have a clue.
They let him in on Easter morn,
He sneaks upstairs to their young born,
Armed with chocolate to lure them in
On the day that Jesus was cleansed of sin…
I have a solution which…
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