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This poem is taken from PN Review 21, Volume 8 Number 1, September - October 1981.

The Carpet-Slippered Hare Anna Adams

Dotted and dashed, the indiscreet
  snow broadsheet tells the news
in morse tapped out by long back feet
  and ladylike front paws;
'The carpet-slippered hare grows desperate
  for straws.'

Gnawing our cabbage to its root,
  (dropped pellets pay the bill),
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