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EASTER QUESTIONS in haiku

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Happy Easter Eggs

Sharing Stories April 13 2020 Easter Questions

EASTER QUESTIONS in haiku

How come it's bunnies

that deliver chicken eggs

for Easter baskets?

Who told this story?

Where did the details come from?

Some odd fairy tale?

Bunnies and baskets—

what's up with all those found eggs?

Make mine deviled, please.

Frieda Risvold is a haiku humorist par excellence who lives in Des Moines, Washington.

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