THE SOUTH: Of Rabbits & Races

Two little rabbits, a white rabbit and a black rabbit, lived in a large forest. They loved to spend all day playing together. "Let's play Hop Skip And Jump Me" said the little white rabbit. "Oh, let's . . . I wish you were all mine!" said the little black rabbit . . . All the other little rabbits came out to see how happy they both were, and they danced all night in the moonlight. And so the two little rabbits were wed and lived together happily in the big forest, eating dandelions . . .

—The Rabbits' Wedding


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