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by Hubbard Savage

I’d rather have rabbits
than a weed-free yard.
Because of the bunnies
I saw a fox.
The color of a perfect carrot.
Dress socks trotting. I thought,
what a famous animal. And
when the saunter stopped
at the tree line, it paused,
and hopped into oblivion.



Hubbard Savage is a figurative artist and writer who lives and works in Kansas City. His poetry has appeared in Scribe Literary Journal and Quail Bell Magazine, and his paintings have been collected across the United States and internationally. www.hubbardsavage.com