The Rabbit and the Owls

Submitted by IN SEINE

Thursday, 23 December 2010

All day Monday, little bunny Fufu danced about the forest teasing the owls, who were unable to sleep. At the end of the day, the owls' parliament met and after much to-do, complained to the fairy godmother.

On Monday evening the fairy godmother visited little bunny Fufu and warned her there would be serious consequences if she continued with her irresponsible and immature behaviour. Little bunny Fufu agreed to behave,

But all day Tuesday, little bunny Fufu danced about the forest teasing the owls, who were unable to sleep. At the end of the day, the owls parliament met and after much to-do, complained again to he fairy godmother.

On Tuesday evening the fairy godmother visited little bunny Fufu a second time and warned her there would be serious consequences if she continued with her irresponsible and immature behaviour.

This behavior and response continued for several more days.

On Saturday evening the fairy godmother visited little bunny Fufu one last time.

"You rascally rabbit," the wrathful wraith related, "I've had enough of this. There'll be no more hopping about the forest all day pestering the owls for you."

And so, she waved her magic wand and turned the unfortunate bunny into a shriveled, wizened, and rather ugly gnome.

The speaker of the Parliament of owls, wise beyond his years, reported back to his colleagues with the sage observation, "Hare today, gnome tomorrow."

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