Poems About: FROG
Poems on / about :
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145.How Nice To Be A Naughty Frog!
Reading love in your eye's gives me pride.
I am floating on that lottery winners tide.
I am your ugly frog you lovingly kissed.
Turning into that handsome dream Prince. read more »Anthony Fry
I had forgotten how the frogs must sound
After a year of silence, else I think read more »Edna St. Vincent Millay
147.A City Plum Is Not A Plum
A city plum is not a plum;
A dumb-bell is no bell, though dumb;
A party rat is not a rat; read more »Christina Georgina Rossetti
The rivers flow is desperate
Desperate to meet the ocean
The deep blue ocean
The rivers flow is winding read more »Shelby Jasmin Estrada
I remember when I was a kid,
I ate worms after a rain
I mixed dog food in my ice cream
I played with frogs read more »John W. McEwers
150.Accept The Fact That You Are Only A Frog In A Well
However much learned we are,
However big our possessions are,
However large the kingdom we rule,
However wide our popularity is, read more »Bashyam Narayanan
151.Once Upon A Time
Once upon a time, once when you were mine
You and I were a fairy tale romance
The beautiful princess who kissed a frog
And lo and behold, he became a prince read more »Harry J. Couchon Jr
152.It's a Frog's Life
Slimy green and small
A frog's life is no ball
A target for man's jest and joke
A frog will live - read more »Ken Welsh
153.Momiji's Song (From Fruits Basket)
Who's in the forest strolling?
The birds and the bees sing Momiji.
The frogs in the pond are calling Momiji,
yes it's true! read more »Momiji Halo
A haggard hawk drops
A stone on the pond
and creates a ring wave tricky trap
A fed up frog jumps up read more »Abdul Wahab
The tree frog
on a green leafy branch
and stares at me with bright orange persimmon eyes read more »Laurence Overmire
156.A Dire Emergency
It was a dire emergency,
something no frog appreciates.
A stork, his home a fancy nest
on top of the red-tiled roof, read more »Herbert Nehrlich