I could see the rabbit, who blinked behind wire-rimmed spectacles that slipped down his pink nose. Atop his head was a three-cornered burgundy hat with holes cut just large enough to allow room for his floppy ears to stick out and spill over the brim to brush his shoulders. He stood tall...maybe three feet high when he stood on his hind feet. Commanding attention like a runway model in his striped sea green and sunburst yellow velvet waistcoat, he was the most magnificent creature I’d ever seen. Adding the perfect covering was a forest green satin tailcoat with oak leaves embroidered on the pockets. I adored his burnt orange velvet knickers. Completing his regal attire were buckskin long-toed shoes.
The young lady and the rabbit ran over to an antique white chest decorated with carved gold unicorns. A blue mist circled the girl and the rabbit as the chest rose two feet off the ground and twirled in a perfect circle before coming to rest on the ground.
As soon as the chest landed, a small creature, no more than eight inches tall with a red pointed hat and long white beard, peeked around the corner of the chest.
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