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April 05, 2007


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I like the poem, it made me smile. But a deeper question still as we approach Easter is what about the rabbits?

Colorful Prose

LOL! I love the poem!


This is a great poem and being a dog owner I can totally relate. My husband and I recently went on a road trip and got a kick out of the dog hopping into the front seat each time we stopped for a bathroom break!


I smiled, too. It's the universality of the observation and the reaction that is so cool. Thanks for sharing this.

Marcia (MeeAugraphie)

I loved his poem, and what a great idea by someone at the library. Thanks for sharing the story.


I've had dogs cats and rabbits among other things. Only the dogs want to drive. The cats prefer to be chauffered and the rabbits they just wait for a chance to make Easter eggs. ;-)


Smiling after reading the poem...

Ode to the Bard


What a nice thing for your library staff to do. A great explanation--good story telling.

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