Poems About: FROG
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325.The Arrogant Frog And The Superior Bull
Once, on a time and in a place
Conducive to malaria,
There lived a member of the race
Of read more »Guy Wetmore Carryl
326.I Kissed A Frog
In the night, at the stage,
When the daughters of men
And the sons of women
Paraded their nudity and smashed bottles, read more »Eric Lungai
327.The Frog In The Well
'Welcome to this well,
My friend, please tell
How big is your sea-well? '
Asked a frog in the well. read more »Rajaram Ramachandran
Long long ago
In a faraway land
Lived a frog named
Mr. Stikitung Grand read more »Soma Mukherjee
329.Song Of The Croaker
An old frog lived in a dismal swamp,
In a dismal kind of way;
And all that he did, whatever befell,
Was to croak the livelong day. read more »Horatio Alger Jr
330.A Virtuous Frog Is No More.
Once upon a time in a land far away,
in the great vast wilderness I wander,
with full assurance a beautiful princess,
she was dressed in scarlet velvet fine. read more »Anthony Fry
331.Was Kermit a Vegen?
Chasity Erbaugh has had a sight to be seen.
She had purchased frozen green beans at the Wal-Mart in Tyler, Texas.
A Great Value Brand, by name, but appeared to be a Surely Shock Brand,
When she brought it home. read more »Joe Rosochacki
There once lived an olive green frog
in the back of a half-rotten log.
He was killed in his sleep
well, the log wasn't deep read more »Herbert Nehrlich
333.The Boy Next Door
There's a boy who lives next door;
And this boy is just as bad
As a boy can be; and poor!
He's so poor it makes me sad read more »Madison Julius Cawein
334.Punch Up At 'Dart Man's Aim'
Fifteen stone and just five foot eight
And yet he doesn't seem overweight
Deep, deep chest and shoulders wide
The strongest in this countryside. read more »Francis Duggan
What it takes on this planet,
to make love to each other in peace.
Everyone pries under your sheets,
everyone interferes with your loving. read more »Pablo Neruda
336.The Frog and the Golden Ball
She let her golden ball fall down the well
And begged a cold frog to retrieve it;
For which she kissed his ugly, gaping mouth -
Indeed, he could scarce believe it. read more »Robert Graves