When Gummi was young, she was short and small
Outside of her cave she was not allowed to go
She dreamt of the woods beyond her home
She wanted to see where the river does flow
She took one step out, against the rule and to everyone she was new
She met some of her kind and some that were not
Some big and grey
Some small and green.
Some way up high, spotty and yellow
Some furry and brown, hiding in the trees;
Running up and down, doing as they please
Her favourite kind, so gentle and sweet;
Was her friend whom now we'll meet
Dark brown in colour was his soft fuzzy hair
He was a rabbit often mistaken for a hare
Eating carrots was his habit
Indeed, he did not share!
Now in present time, they meet outside her cave,
Which you could say was once a day
He shared those carrots he did crave;
As they watched the stars, under the tree they lay
What they did not see beyond those trees;
Were two eyes of a mother who wasn't very pleased.
She called her husband, the most frightening bear among all;
That is him, the father of Gummi.
Not a moment was thought through, he seperated the two.
Though both were brown and both had fur.
Though both lived in the forest and walked on all four.
The two were different.
Their friendship forbidden.
However, it does not end here...
The story continues, but Gummi isn't sure how,
So I'll write to you later.
For now, its ciao.