The world is full of bunnies.
Some of them just happen to be knitted.
It’s also full of roses and other flowers,
but don’t make the mistake
of thinking that makes me happy.
I’m allowed to be irascible.
In fact, I have 63 reasons for that,
and most of them come into my library every day.
My students scribble endless tripe
so I tell them to stop tinkering at the edges
and write something from the heart.
The world is full of bunnies,
but real happiness
is a world of perfect prose.
Henry Bladon is a writer of short fiction and poetry based in Somerset in the UK. He has degrees in psychology and mental health policy and a PhD in literature and creative writing. His work can be seen in Potato Soup Journal, Forth Magazine, Mercurial Stories, thedrabble, Tuck Magazine and Spillwords Press, among other places.
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