The Frog And The Crow Poem by Cowboy Ron Williams

The Frog And The Crow

Rating: 4.6


The frog sat by the peaceful pond
and marveled at the frilly frond
but said nothing.

That silly frog just didn't know -
approaching was a sneaky crow
that was hungry.

The crow swooped down and grabbed his head -
oh, fateful moment of pure dread
for the frog!

It happened on a cloudy day.
The frog had nothing much to say;
he just croaked.

POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Inspired by Dare to Say by Gajanan Mishra. Thanks, Gajanan!
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Sandra Feldman 21 January 2022

Not even Aesop's fables, would have been this sad! However, very clever play on words, ' he just croked'

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Sandra Feldman 21 January 2022

So well written, enjoyed!

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LeeAnn Azzopardi 22 January 2022

Enjoyed this poem immersely

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Unnikrishnan E S 22 January 2022

A beautiful poem with great rhyme and rhythm.Lovely story.

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Kim Barney 21 January 2022

Excellent play on words, since 'croaked' has more than one meaning!

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Bri Edwards 23 January 2022

Though Kim alluded to 'play on words', he did not say 'croaked' can mean both 'died' and 'made a frog sound' (like 'bow wow' for a dog. ;) bri

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Bri Edwards 23 January 2022

... "king Bri! " He Croaked.....[humor/Humour; 'Love'/Sex; Inter-Species Relationship; Fairly-A-Tale; Medium; Inspired By A 'Friend']

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Bri Edwards 23 January 2022

FINALLY PH allows me to comment. I love this; it's almost as good as, but shorter than, my poem......

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Bharati Nayak 22 January 2022

Not to be as as naive as a frog, as there are clever crows who would not give you a chance!

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Dr. M. Asim Nehal 22 January 2022

Excellent poem. Just wonderful.

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