|The Myth About The Easter Bunny
Author: Nathalaia PM
Just read the title. And come on, people! Over 100 viewers and only one review? You can do better than that, please! :DRated: Fiction K - English - Adventure - Words: 540 - Reviews: 1 - Published: 02-13-11 - Status: Complete - id: 2890864
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The myth about the Easter Bunny
You definitely have heard the myth about the Easter Bunny, who gives children Easter Eggs. But there's one thing you don't know. You think, the Easter Bunny is a myth, but it isn't. The Easter Bunny really has existed.
Once upon a time, a lonely bunny sat alone, quietly watching the other bunnies playing in the grass. The lonely bunny wanted to play too, but the others didn't want it with them, just because the bunny was different. It was smarter and said things the others didn't understand at all.
So now, the bunny just sat and watched, and it was then, it heard a quiet sound. Like a sniff. After awhile, it had the courage enough to hop nearer the sound. It soon saw a little girl sitting on a piece of wood. The bunny watched the little girl that cried. Suddenly, the girl saw the bunny, and she stopped crying. Instead, she looked at the bunny with big eyes. The bunny dared to hop closer to the girl who reached her hand out against the bunny. As the bunny came close enough for the girl to touch it, she did. She smiled and lifted the bunny up on her lap.
After some time, the bunny hopped away again, glad. Now, it knew what it wanted to do. It wanted to make children happy. But how? The bunny thought about it, but couldn't think of anything. Then, it saw a brown chicken that looked sad. The bunny asked the chicken what was wrong. The chicken answered that it felt sad, because it was different. It couldn't get little chickens, because its eggs were made out of chocolate! So the chicken was really a chocolate chicken. The bunny got an idea, and told the chicken. Why didn't they work together? Then, they both would be happy. The chicken asked how, and the bunny said, that the chicken could make lots of chocolate eggs, and then the bunny itself would give the eggs to all the children. The chicken agreed. The bunny said it would come back in a year, and then, the chicken should have gotten many eggs. Then, the bunny left.
After a year, the bunny came back, and found the chicken, which had gotten lots of chocolate eggs. The bunny was happy, and then, it hopped around and spread the eggs where the humans lived. Then, late in the night, it came back to the chicken. They both felt very happy about what they had done.
Many years went, and those who saw the bunny with eggs, called it 'Easter Bunny'. The bunny liked the name.
But sadly, all stories have an end, and so does this. Chickens and bunnies doesn't live forever, you know. First, the chicken died, and the bunny felt very lonely. The bunny hadn't gotten any baby bunnies, so there was no one to give children eggs. That thought made the bunny very sad, but it couldn't do anything about it. When time came, the bunny died too. Happily, all the children remembered the bunny, and that's how the myth about the Easter bunny was created.