The Hapless Toad Poem by Clive Culverhouse

The Hapless Toad

Rating: 4.2


the hapless toad
who croaked a verse
and moved the trees around him

did sway the branches
sway the leaves
at the most profound of meaning

and too did cry
the birds above
at so beautiful a stanza

and soon to history
rose the toad
recited oft' thereafter

The Hapless Toad
Monday, February 25, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: happy,hope,poet
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Bernard F. Asuncion 14 March 2019

A pretty poem of the day, sir Clive. Congrats for being picked....10++++++++++

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Mahtab Bangalee 14 March 2019

ill-fated the hope for the happiness in this life in time; at the end on the tattered leaf of history! /// profound expression

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Ratnakar Mandlik 14 March 2019

Innovative conceptualization. Congrats on poem of the Day.

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Edward Kofi Louis 14 March 2019

Story! ! Soon to History. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Julia Luber 14 March 2019

making croaks of frogs as lyrical as a bird singing-

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Anil Kumar Panda 14 March 2019

Such a wonderful poem. Meaningful and has a soothing flow. Congrats.

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So precise, but a meaningful poem. congrats being POD

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