I slowly woke up and rubbed the sleep from my eyes,
Had the bunny been here with a sweet chocolate surprise?
Hippity hoppping the entire night through,
The bunny had stopped here, oh what should I do?
My eyes they did shift, to see what was there,
Parents and siblings you better beware!
At a speed much too fast for running inside,
I wanted that damn chocolate, I have nothing to hide.
So I dodged and I weaved and knocked my dear dad down,
And my mother and siblings were not to be found.
It’s all mine I did say, I can take every bar,
So I tried to escape, but didn’t get far.
Because now standing in front of me, a kind look on his face,
The Bunny had returned to our own favorite place.
Put that bag down he said, you can’t take it all,
By knocking your dad down in the main entry hall.
So I looked in his eyes, and I knew I was done,
Today chocolate Nirvana could not be won.