My Brother Was Brought by a Bunny
A Funny Easter Poem for Kids
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My brother was brought by a bunny.
He came in a basket today
surrounded by candy and chocolates.
I’m shocked that he showed up this way.
And, somehow, he’s tinted with zigzags
and covered with colorful dots.
He’s stippled with sparkles and spangles.
He’s slathered with splashes and spots.
My brother’s as bright as a rainbow.
He’s yellow and purple and red.
And, strangely, I don’t see his stomach.
And, also, I can’t find his head.
I can’t find his back or his bottom.
I don’t see an arm or a leg.
It’s weird but, because I’m a chicken,
my brother arrived as an egg.
— Kenn Nesbitt
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Reading Level: Grade 2
Topics: Animal Poems, Easter, Holiday Poems, Other Holidays, Poems about Friends and Family
Poetic Techniques: Alliteration, Anthropomorphism & Personification, Assonance, Irony, Narrative Poems
From the book The Elephant Repairman
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