Hop, hop, hop
in the morning we go
hop, hop, hop!
she loves the rabbit and the elephant, too
we make the sounds of the animals true
and embody them, it’s the way we learn.
after nap, it’s “hop, hop, hop”
and even at night, when dreams yearn.
we know all the names for bunny, hare, rabbit
and she is my inspiration for this springing habit
is not just one day: It’s a “kick off”
Spring has not just sprung, it is still springing!
13 thoughts on “Lagomorpha”
So love to be with our children who keep us hoping in the magic❤️ much live to you Ka🥰
It’s a vitalizing experience to be a child, for sure. Much love to you, too, Barbara 😍
I love the special connection children have with animals and the natural world in general. Such a special time! 🐇
Yes, it really is precious and I can’t imagine living in the world without getting to celebrate this special time! ✨✨
Big hugs to you, Kristen!
I love the happy and beautiful energy of this piece 😊🤗💛✨
Thank you, Pragalbha! 💗
Hoppy Spring Ka! 🐇
Well, it had to be said! 😉 Hoppy Spring to you, too!
Brad, I’m having trouble getting your blog to give me notifications when you post. I’ve tried several times now to set something up, but it didn’t work.
Thanks Ka. Sorry for the tech trouble.
This is so sweet and fun Ka!! You know Astrid and I especially like it 😉 Astrid has also been extra hoppy these days! Sweet Spring wishes to you and your dear little one from both of us!
Yes, Tania! 💗 That bunny hopped in early before she was born, shamanicking and all. That’s why I bought some of your bunny artwork a bit ago. It felt right. I think the connection is here and hoppy! When the word Lagomorph hopped up today, the poem came out! 🐰 bunny kisses for Astrid and you! 🐇 ⭐️ Ostara
This one is fun and uplifting, making it a terrific poem for spring ~ Thank you for it! 🌷💜
You are so welcome, Christy 😃