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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.
    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
  • 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.
    Frognaut Not

    Ever since a tadpole, this frog
    Wanted to rocket to the moon.
    I dreamed of such a travelogue.
    Such a trip became opportune, read more »

    Ima Ryma
  • 329.
    waterlily

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    Charles Hice
  • 330.
    The Hungry Frog

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

    Raj Arumugam
  • 331.
    Cat Dog

    I am a cat, she is a dog..
    There is also a rat...
    And a frog...
    If she is a dog, and I am a cat... read more »

    Onyx Blake
  • 332.
    The Frog and the Fly

    One day a frog woke up,
    To see to his delight,
    That the swampy bogs were swarming
    With flies beyond his sight. read more »

    Ry Weeks
  • 333.
    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
  • 334.
    The Frog, Translation Of Etiemble's Quintet: La Grenouille By T. Wignesan

    (This quintet rhymed: ababc might in its propos -
    perhaps in its imagery and allusion - be based on some family history involving the tragedy over a son and the subsequent adoption of a daughter. If I’m wrong I offer my profoundest apologies in advance.)

    Lime-stuck last night by the frozen water of the pond, read more »

    T (no first name) Wignesan
  • 335.
    Smalltown Murals

    A part of Americana
    when you're living in a small town.
    Remember local history
    as murals decorate downtown. read more »

    JOHNNY COBB
  • 336.
    Frogs

    As I watched him evanesce,
    Frogs filled my eyes,
    And toads kissed my lips,
    And the augury that whispered in my ear read more »

    Luna Moon
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