John smiles again with a pure light in his eyes that almost makes him shy for once.
At Easter I played with a great number of tiny black rabbits. So soft and shiny and clean, with big bunny feet and little pink bunny noses. I petted them and fed them. They nosed against me looking for special carrots and greens. I made one a little parsley wreath, which it ate so slowly, gradually nibbling it. One went to sleep and I tucked it into my waistcoat where it snored softly against my chest. They nibbled at my fingers and nuzzled against me. I lay down on my stomach and let them come up to my face to greet me, tickling my cheeks with their whiskers. I held the little paw of one of them like holding hands. I lay on my back and they hopped over me. I stroked their little ears and petted them as long as ever I wanted. There was one beautiful moment where all the little rabbits curled up in unison against my sides and on my chest and went to sleep, purring
Gabriel made me smile - in innocent joy.Name: John H. Holliday, DDS.
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