Navajo Butterfly

The symbol for butterfly to the Navajo Indians also symbolizes “everlasting life.”

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The Habits of This Rabbit

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by Buttons the Bunny

 

I like to slip-slide down my ol’ bunny hole

I hippity-hop when I go for a stroll

I jiggle my jambs and I wiggle my nose

I like to jump, jump where the green grass grows.

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I have an odd habit of bobbin’ my head

I collect buttons and bounce on my bed

I fiddle a fiddle with no fiddle there

But whatever I do, I do it with flare!

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I dawdle and doodle and dance with a mop

I bugle and bellow and blow bubbles in pop

I chuckle and chortle at jokes that aren’t funny

But I hope you’ll still think me one charming bunny!

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I dart among bushes and dangle from trees

I ask for more berries, and always say “please”

I twiddle and tumble and twist, twist my ears

But I’m hopeful and happy and full of good cheer!

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I try to act rightly whatever I do

I try to speak kindly and politely, too

I share my carrots and eat all the rest

I think on good things and hope for the best

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These are the habits of this rabbit

For me, they’re not strange

These are the habits of this rabbit

Who’d want me to change?

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Granny Vee says, “I wouldn’t want you to change, Buttons!   I love you just the funny way you are!”

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