Bonny Bunny

I will spring to you come spring.

Where the garden grows covering the balcony.

To the vines that clamber and climb.

I am coming home to you.

I will bound to you like the bonny bunny.
Where I'll hop and flop and circle your feet.

To hug and rub and define you as mine.

I am coming home to you.

I will fly to you like the nesting birds in the eves.

Where I will woo you in full feather with my songs of love.

To flutter and flit and dance into your arms.

I am coming home to you.

I will cover you in kisses like morning dew on the garden.

Where I will nuzzle your neck like the bonny bunny.

To love you without rest like the migrating swallows.

I am coming home to you.
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Submitted by M.Useless on April 14, 2021

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Quick analysis:

Scheme xaxB xxB xxxB xaxB
Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 706
Words 147
Stanzas 4
Stanza Lengths 4, 3, 4, 4

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