Ron’s Mom On: The Snake and The Rabbit

Contrary to popular belief, not all snakes live in the grass. In Ron’s beautiful story, The Snake and the Bunny, the bunny and the snake lived in the forest. These beliefs have been proven, right here in our already great country, The United States of America, especially in Washington. Many of these snakes in the grass have taken over our government. They need to be toppled before our democracy is completely destroyed.

The Bunny in Ron’s story gave a very accurate description of the snake in the grass. If that snake was placed in juxtaposition to many of the politicians, it would leave no doubt that they’re both one in the same.

Of the two parties that make up our political system, a few Democrats are determined to hang in there among the snakes in the grass that have established residence in Washington, in hopes to regain the senate.

As of this month, one of those politicians with the characterization similar to that of a Burmese Python, who has been given great power, will also take up residence in Washington. It is believed he will squeeze and swallow anything in his path.

He even gave hint to his position when he read this poem at one of his presidential rallies in Florida. This seems to be a sign of his position, once in office. It was as follows;

On her way to work one morning, down the path alongside the lake.

A tender-hearted woman saw a poor, half-frozen snake.

 

His pretty colored skin had been all frosted with the dew.

“Oh well,” she cried, “I’ll take you in and I’ll take care of you.”

 

“Take me in, oh tender woman. Take me in, for heaven’s sake.

Take me in, oh tender woman,” sighed the vicious snake.

 

She wrapped him all cozy in a curvature of silk.

And then laid him by her fireside with some honey and some milk.

 

Now she hurried home from work that night and soon as she arrived,

she found that pretty snake she’d taken in and revived.

 

“Take me in, oh tender woman. Take me in, for heaven’s sake.

Take me in, oh tender woman,” sighed the vicious snake.

 

Now she clutched him to her bosom. “You’re so beautiful,” she cried.

“But if I hadn’t brought you in by now you would have died.”

 

She stroked his pretty skin again and then she kissed and held him tight.

Instead of saying, “thank you,” that snake gave her a vicious bite.

9 Comments

  1. LOL!
    Mama used to sing that song all the time! She’d sing, “You knew I was a snake when you took me in.”
    As you so eloquently expressed, our White House is beginning to resemble a snake pit.

    DeVos today and Jeff Sessions soon….I’m feeling sick to my stomach.

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  2. Yes Lady G! Your Mama and Al Wilson knew all about those d-m snakes in the grass during her time, but they were of no comparison to those that are slithering around in the White House today!!

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