The bunny on the tube (part two)

What you see is what you get.

First impressions are often correct.
But when it comes to impressions of expressions,
we’re usually in the dark. At least I am.
The bunny pictured below, seems to be a funny bunny,
and yet, every bartender on this planet knows instantly that
he’s is in trouble when a bunny like this enters his bar.
It’s celebration that’s being celebrated here.
There’s no reason to party, other than the party itself.
In other words: this is substance you’re looking at.
The red nose, the watery eyes, the intoxicated smile,
it all points to the characteristic barfly.
It’s a Bukowski bunny!
The bunny of booz.

Okay, okay, I’m probably jumping to conclusions.
So, let’s give this party-animal a closer look.
By stepping back.
A little bit.


Exclusively for the Bunnington Post by Michael Forest

© Michael Forest 2014

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Superstar bunnies living the good life in rural Oxfordshire. Having retired from public life, we are usually very private but willing to lift an occasional tip of the veil for our many fans. After all, we wouldn't be living the dream if it wasn't for our loyal following. View all posts by Bunnington Post editor-in-chief

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