Treasure Island

Lilly Emery

I Am A Frog

I Am A Frog

sitting on a log
hoping and wishing
true love will find me

I live under a spell
that was cast on me
I live by the river

wishing someone is
praying and crying
for a frog like me

I must wait to see
what the moon has
for me I am a frog
dream what life could
truly be for me

I dream of a prince
to find me and kiss me
too break the spell
to love me forever

When the change comes
I will be so happy
to get out of the doom
of sadness I am in

Oh moon you will always
be my true friend
right too the very end

I like to be very quiet
you see not to make
anyone angry at me

I want my true freedom
I don't want my life
to end in a frog madness

I hopped back on the
lily pad that hoped on
in the river I call home

Lilly Emery

Submitted: Friday, September 05, 2014
Edited: Saturday, September 13, 2014

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