The Rabbit and the Pea Pod

The Rabbit and the Pea Pod

There was a rabbit who liked to say he was above his fellow compatriot’s leisurely activities if you know what I mean 😉 But someday this rabbit felt lonely, which is why he found joy the day the pea pod showed up at his doorstep.

Wrapped in a blanket and shivering from the cold, the pea pod was so happy to have been found. But the greater delight belonged to the rabbit, who rather stuffed from his morning carrot and coffee was amazed to see such a sad sight at his apartment door.

Not to be confounded, the rabbit looked around down the hallway to see if someone perchance had delivered the pea pod to the wrong door, but knowing the pea pod was cold, took upon it himself to bring the pea pod into his apartment.

There in his very posh living room, the rabbit sat on his white stained couch, with slippers and corduroy robe on, holding the pea pod gently in his arms like a little baby, wondering how the pea pod would survive such a dreary winter. But as soon as he began to worry, the pea pod smiled and the rabbit felt assuaged of his fear.

For the rest of the day the rabbit wondered what he would feed such a baby pea pod, only to be reminded by the logic that pea pods were, in fact, food, at which remembering, he gladly ate the pea pod.

Moral: Just because we’re insane doesn’t mean we don’t hunger.

The end…i am a genius


About Michael Medlen

My name is Michael and during my free time I avoid having a day job. Strangely enough, this gives me the freedom to run this blog. I write just about anything that can be considered art. I also occasionally post articles that may or may not be relevant to the theme of this site. You’ve been warned.
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