How to Eat a Chocolate Bunny
A Funny Easter Poem for Kids
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First, you take the chocolate bunny
and you nibble on his nose.
Then you bite his back and belly
and you taste his tail and toes.
Then you shovel down his shoulders
and you ruminate his rear.
Then you feast upon his face
before you eat an eye and ear.
Then you giggle like a goofball
just because it’s all so funny.
Then you tell your sister, “Sorry,”
since you ate her chocolate bunny.
— Kenn Nesbitt
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Reading Level: Grade 4
Topics: Easter, Food Poems, Holiday Poems, Poems about Friends and Family
Poetic Techniques: Alliteration, Descriptive Poems, List Poems
From the book The Elephant Repairman
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