Alan Draper

Rookie (1955 / Devon England UK)

Apple for a prince Poem by Alan Draper


Nice apples can be red and often green
and sometimes something in between
Frogs are nearly always green
Soon you'll see what I mean

I took a bite and now the worse
as this apple had a curse
Im now a frog with little chance
of finding my desired romance

Sunlight came and sunlight go
Poor frog doesnt know
To lift the curse he needs a kiss
Can a princess take a risk

Ill try and reach her from the ground
Maybe she'll hear my croaking sound
Please be kind to frogs you see
As the one you spot may be me

Submitted: Wednesday, January 04, 2012

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