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Read on to know Easter poem 'Easter Bunny' lyrics by Mary Brandolino.

Easter Bunny

Easter and bunnies are synonymous with ach other. So, there are several poems and folklores that relate both of them. One such poem is the 'Easter Bunny'. The poem 'Easter Bunny' by Mary Brandolino narrates the travails of an Easter bunny that fell out of favor with his owners. When the bunny was brought from the store on the eve of Easter, he was pampered by the entire household and received the best possible care. But as the time went by, his owners started showing scant attention to his plight and most of the time the bunny found himself confined to the cage. The beleaguered bunny was left wondering as to what went wrong in a household where he once used to be the cynosure of all eyes. Here are the lyrics of the Easter poem 'Easter Bunny' by Mary Brandolino.

Easter Bunny

I remember Easter Sunday
It was colorful and fun
The new life that I'd begun
In my new cage.

I was just a little thing
When they brought me from the store
And they put me on the floor
In my cage.

They would take me out to play
Love and pet me all the time
Then at day's end I would climb
In my cage.

But as days and weeks went by
I saw less of them it seemed
Of their loving touch I dreamed
In my cage.

In the night outside their house
I felt sad and so neglected
Often scared and unprotected
In my cage.

In the dry or rainy weather
Sometimes hotter sometimes colder
I just sat there growing older
In my cage.

The cat and dog raced by me
Playing with each other only
While I sat there feeling lonely
In my cage.