This short fiction story is the tale of a grandfather, his rabbit, and his adopted granddaughter. This story was originally inspired when I heard the story of a suicidal rabbit. The rabbit never ran away from loud or scary noises. By ignoring his innate survival instincts, he was essentially inviting death. I found it intriguing how stagnancy can be a form of death. Though the story itself is fiction, some of the events that happened to the characters actually happened to people surrounding me. It is my hope that after reading this story, the reader can appreciate how peculiar and fragile life can be.
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"Zamzaroo, Zarang, and the Rabbit Men,"
Conspectus Borealis: Vol. 7:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://commons.nmu.edu/conspectus_borealis/vol7/iss1/6