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Rated: E · Short Story · Children's · #2213719
About a rabbit that eats all of the owner, Joan’s flowers in her flower garden.

         It was too early for the daffodils to bloom.This didn’t matter to Bonnie the rabbit though. She got to eat as many of Joan’s flowers as she wanted to. Joan loves her pet Bonnie and grows her flower garden for her anyway. She grows tulips, hyacinths, camellias, crocus and many others just to mention a few. She even grows wildflowers such as dandelions and red and white clovers for her too.

“Bonnie! Come here Bonnie,” said Joan holding a handful of Bonnie’s favorite flowers, red clovers.

         When Bonnie came to Joan, she was happy to see that Joan was holding red clovers. Bonnie quickly ate them right out of Joan’s hand. When Bonnie was done, she sniffed as though she wanted more.

“Now, now. That’s enough for now. That was all of those flowers there are, sorry Bonnie,” said Joan.

“That’s alright Joan, thank you,” said Bonnie hopping to the dandelions.

         The next day, the daffodils bloomed! Bonnie went to them and ate them before Joan got to see them. Joan knew that Bonnie was going to do this and it was alright. Joan knew that Bonnie would leave her at least one daffodil to enjoy anyway.

“Oh Bonnie, it’s amazing how much you love to eat flowers. Here’s a carrot. It’s good for you too dear,” said Joan handing Bonnie the carrot.

“I don’t want the carrot, thank you though,” said Bonnie hopping away to the tulips.

“But you need to eat more than just flowers dear, you need to gain some weight,” said Joan concerned, putting the carrot near Bonnie’s face.

Oh alright, I’ll try some for you Joan,” said Bonnie concerned about her weight too.

         When Bonnie tried the carrot, she was surprised how good it tasted. She ate the whole carrot quickly. She looked for more but Joan didn’t have another one in her hand.

“That’s great! Now you love to eat carrots too. I’m going to get you another carrot and a radish to try,” said Joan.

         When Joan gave Bonnie the radish, she ate it too and the new carrot she brought. Bonnie’s weight was now alright. Because Joan kept giving Bonnie carrots and radishes, her flower garden flourished! Bonnie still ate some flowers though and her and Joan lived happily ever after.

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