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About the StoryThat bunny has done enough damage to your garden. Today is the day you're finally going to catch him. Armed with carrots and a fishing net, you set your sights on its home. This is going to be easy...
Entrant, Event - 2003 IF Art Show
-- Emily Short
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A cute little art piece about catching a rabbit, February 13, 2016
The writing is cute, and much of the subtext is about your feelings about the rabbit.
It was based on a true story. I was impatient, so I looked up the ending, but winning isn't really the point; the point is your experience.
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