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Happy World Poetry Day!

Today is World Poetry Day! Since Easter is upon us—and I’m feeling inspired—here is a little sketch and stanza in honour of the occasion:


‘Haunted Hare’ by Victoria Hall.
‘Haunted Hare’ by Victoria Hall.

In the dead of night, when shadows creep,

Beneath the moon, where nightmares seep,

A haunted hare lurks with eyes aglow,

In the hollows where dreams go to sow.

Its fur as dark as the midnight sky,

With teeth sharp and gleaming, ready to pry,

Beware the bunny, with a sinister grin,

For in its presence, terror begins.


Have an awesome Easter, creeps! Why not read or create some of your own poetry today?


"Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words." - American Poet, Robert Frost

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About Victoria Hall

Victoria Hall is an English-born, Australian-based writer and illustrator. She is the creator of three picture books for children, Penny Prickles at Coogee Beach, Eggy Peggy Has Lost Her Leggy and The Fairy Beasts. For more updates, follow Victoria on Instagram or check out her bio here

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