Lord Lefthide was found dead in his mansion, to what it would seem of a heart attack. But it appears that moments before his death, he was writing some uncanny childish story. He was indeed found dead at his desk with a pen in his hand and the following note in front of him:
"That wretch ! He still watches for me", the bunny says.
Old, browsing the site, the patient hunter embraces the shadows
"Nobody is immortal, especially not you, bunny!"
Fearless little bunny, he nonetheless hides beneath a shrubbery.
"Great human, hunting's forbidden! Drop your searches!", he cries,
"The tide is rising, stop this madness at once!"
"What an insanity!", says the lurking man, "The sea is set one mile away!"
He stops, most of his body is moistening.
"Indeed, in water I dwell..."
What truly killed Lord Lefthide ?
The three verses are separated for a reason, and they all have a common point.
The name of the Lord is definitely a red herring, sorry for that. Still, it's an interesting anagram of someone's name linked to this puzzle.
The answer to A most curious story about something stolen