Kevin Seales

A Frog Like Me

Ribbit ribbit I am a frog
As pretty as a frog can be
I love to jump from log to log
Come with me and you'll see

Eating bugs is what I do
My legs are kinda short
I promise not to hug or kiss you
Cause that will give you warts

My skin is really bumpy
Not as smooth as yours
Like when your head gets lumpy
From walking into a door

Being a frog can be fun
When swimming with mom and dad
Jump on in and get some sun
Out here on my lilly pad

I never swear or even fight
Thats not the way to be
So now you know what it's like
To be a frog like me

Submitted: Wednesday, February 25, 2009

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