Saddam Husen

Rookie - 7 Points (10/08/1993 / RASRA)

Frog Prince

Only princess of the palace

She was darling for everyone

One day, princess missed her golden ball,

During play, in near pond.

Sorrowful princess sat there for a while

Suddenly a frog appeared from somewhere

Glimmered frog croaked in human voice

He made a deal with princess for finding the ball.

The deal was amazing but she made promise

Frog wanted to spend a day peered as prince.

One night frog appeared at palace

Reminding princess, ask for his reward

King looked so state and ordered

To bear her promises what she had made.

Frog sipped and supper in golden-silver

And croaked for her silken pillow

Angry princess threw ugly frog out of window

Suddenly a flood of light appear'

There was beautiful prince out there

Melted princess got married and live happily forever.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: LOVE

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