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Story of a child who develops affection on a rabbit

January 04, 2012  by: kanduri narasimha  Points: 12   Category: Inspirational Stories  Earning $0.10   Views: 371

This article shows how a child accrues her love on a rabbit.


Story on affection of a child over a rabbit:

This is the story between a rabbit and a child. Here father of child is named as 'Papa' and mother is named as 'Amma'. This story is in the words told by child named as 'Sweety'. One day, my father Papa has taken a rabbit and gave it to me as a gift. That rabbit was so sweety. The eyes of the rabbit looked like pomegranate seeds. It has beautiful long ears. For it's active, we named it as 'Sweety'.

Amma loves that Sweety very much and she gave raw carrots and vegetables to eat. Amma says that raw vegetables should be eaten after washing. So, my friend Sweety and me enjoys the evening by eating together.

It is joyful to me that when I come to home, until that time Sweety waits for me. Sweety jumps one me and kiss me and I also kiss her. We both play in the garden which is behind my house where my father Papa planted lot of flowers plants. On holidays I water that plants.

One day, my uncle came to my house on his official work. When he saw my friend Sweety, he would have to like to eat that as if it would be in his hands. For that purpose, he asked my parents to make a delicious food with that rabbit. But, my parents are very angry and quiet. Meanwhile, I took my Sweety and kept it in my friend's house. I said to my friend to keep Sweety for that day and next day I would have taken my Sweety. My father Papa and my mother Amma did not know where Sweety had gone.

Next day, my uncle looked around for Sweety. But, he did not find Sweety any where in the house. With dispair he left for his native place to submit his office reports.

My Sweety is now safe and it is safe forever.


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