TWIN RABBITS GO TO THE WOODS, HAPPY EASTER
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I didn’t become a poet, I was born a poet
when I remembered I had a voice,
& that voice had been cooped up in a cage
but over time it grew wings
& creativity filled it with colour
Just like a bird
it was set free
free as a butterfly….
a butterfly would lead me around the woods and one day, as I sat down listening to nature a dragonfly decided to land on my shoulder. It had a purple hue and glistened as silver in the sunlight.
As you are all probably aware, nature is the most important natural source of energy in the universe. Whilst I reviewed this book of the wood element, I decided my surname, Wood was globally recognised because there are forests, woods and rainforest on all continents of the world.
The five Chinese elements are; wood, water, fire, metal and earth.
The four Japanese elements are; wind, fire earth and water.
I really enjoyed this gentle rhyming story about the twin rabbits and Easter Rabbit. The unique style of prose brings to life a heartwarming tale that although is rooted in tradition reflects modern life. A delight for all young and old to read!!”