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Poems About: FROG

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  • 325.
    Until Death do Us Disney World

    Mike is visiting his Granddad.
    His Mom dropped him off for the day.
    After a while asks the young lad,
    'Grandpa, do you know what frogs say? ' read more »

    Ima Ryma
  • 326.

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    Charles Hice
  • 327.
    Kakok Kakok (w/english)

    Isang maharlikang palaka
    nagsawa sa pagiging maharlika
    dati niyang kokak kokak
    ngayo'y naging kakok kakok. read more »

    Marites C. Cayetano
  • 328.
    Frog Future

    A frog called the psychic hotline,
    Endeavoring to find out whence
    He'd meet a young girl with the sign
    That her kisses would make him a prince. read more »

    Ima Ryma
  • 329.
    Fool In The Hill

    Freedom is yours…Freedom is yours…
    Bougainville, freedom is ours.
    A lone mountain frog croaks:
    ‘German, American ocean submarine bringing you guns and bullets read more »

    Leonard Fong Roka
  • 330.
    A Silly Fairytale

    Once there was a lady
    who schemed for a prince to marry.

    She arranged that her man read more »

    Reyvrex Questor Reyes
  • 331.
    The Frog’s Dream

    It was raining cats and dogs!
    The umbrella seemed very small;
    The frog got wet in the thunderstorm,
    And felt hungry pretty soon. read more »

    Dr John Celes
  • 332.
    The Croaking Toad And The Leopard Frog

    The croaking toad and the leopard frog,
    Were drinking beer on a hollow log.
    And the croaking toad said, you're my best bud,
    Man you can really hold your suds. read more »

    Juan Olivarez
  • 333.
    The Hungry Frog

    if I were a frog
    first I'd dart my tongue out
    and catch a fly read more »

    Raj Arumugam
  • 334.
    La Rana (The Frog)

    I sit on a boulder in the Trinity River and make peace with my fear
    of the bear. I will leave it here with the tadpoles around my ankles,
    speckled stones, tall grass and the frog’s eyes just above the surface. read more »

    Maria Garcia Teutsch
  • 335.
    Brilliant Deduction

    So I think I've figured out the correlation between women and medical professions.

    Men often satisfy their destructive biological curiosities on frogs, sometimes with firecrackers. While women, being scared of frogs, often find a suitable, less threatening substitute in men. read more »

    Jeff Hughes
  • 336.
    Frog Logic

    Tell me is it fun to go to the beach
    When the sky is all sunny and blue
    Or go for a ride on a bicycle
    Like millions of people do read more »

    Ruby Dodd
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