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  • 325.
    The Frog and The Nightingale

    A species of Nightingales,
    lived on a planet called Nottingales.
    They worked and played their way.
    And day to night ate dry hay.

    A species of Frogs,
    lived of a planet called Trogs.
    They were ruled by a frog,
    who was eight feet tall.
    His name was evil Mog.

    A natural calamity in Trogs,
    killed half of the frogs.
    The other half ran away,
    To the planet called Nottingales.
    On a rocket called N1-nightingales.

    The N1-nightingales landed,
    and the empire of Nottingales was handed,
    to the tall and evil frog.
    Who's name was evil evil Mog.

    The situation was bad.
    As the nightingales became sad.
    Some nightingales called cubers,
    didn't take the situation as humours.

    The cubers fought for their land.
    which was in evil evil evil Mog's hand
    On Mog's head, the cubers threw eggs.
    So that Mog couldn't stand on his legs.

    Nothing happend to Mog as he was too big.
    He wasn't like a Frog but like a giant pig.
    He hired crows and cats.
    Who dressed like James Bond with crooked hats.

    Mog marched his army towards the nightigales.
    That was like a world war in Nottingales.
    Nightingales didn't have enough power.
    So they tried saved their lives on a telephone tower.

    Sound of laughter came from a frog.
    Who was the evil evil evil evil Mog.
    He didn't realise the Danger,
    When beneath him was a new stranger.

    The new stranger was a member of the nightingales.
    Who was hatched from an egg called Nottingales.
    Yes, the whole planet was a nightingale's egg.
    For his life Mog had to beg.

    They went away on the N1-nightingales.
    On a new planet called Mottingales.
    Once again they planet and worked their way.
    And day to night ate dry hay.

    I may not be Shakespeare,
    But if you are Mog you will drop a tear.
    I know this story cannot be sold.
    But it will give a smile to the ones
    who are five years old. read more »

  • 326.
    Whispering Meadows -new-

    Look at the blue Lagoon
    Sitting there so brightly
    Green frogs leap there
    Green frogs leaping everywhere read more »

  • 327.
    Frogs

    My aunt owned one dog named Linus, the other Bezel
    But her favorite animal was a frog,
    I do not know why but she had so many figures of them,
    You could jog them. read more »

  • 328.
    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 »

  • 329.
    A Leaping Tale

    At the prospect of your kiss my heart leaps,
    serenading silent night like a princely frog
    on his lily pad throne, yawning, yearning
    and beneath the mist draped moon, croaking, read more »

  • 330.
    The Showoff

    A story sad came from a pond where
    lived a thousand frogs.
    Then, there were tadpoles by the
    score that loitered near the read more »

  • 331.
    Riveting

    A three by five foot
    Close up photo of a frog
    on a Lillie pad
    Whose eyes follow you around the room read more »

  • 332.
    Veneering

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  • 333.
    P O E M B O Y 10

    M O S E S

    Flies, frogs, and more read more »

  • 334.
    A Shallow Thought Sinked A Frog

    In a Lake of chaotic
    peace, a flat-head frog
    reflected itself and thought
    it shallow while flex in abyss. read more »

  • 335.
    frogs and porch light

    Here is my Arabic translation of Mr. Mohammad Azim Khan haiku:
    after dark
    frogs hop towards
    the porch light read more »

  • 336.
    Frog Prince Of 21th Century (Part 1)

    The memory I've taken with when I started to walk,
    I promised I never did gone to break your heart.
    Listen to the birds' singing, moon's gone to shards.
    I knew the rest of the folktales, and now i will talk. read more »

New Frog Poems

  1. Frog in the Well, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  2. Frog-dance, gajanan mishra
  3. frog falling out, lee fones
  4. The Secret Life of the Frog, Amy Sutton
  5. Fleas in Frog, Richard Lee
  6. John's Frogs, Robert Randell
  7. FEISTY FROG, Philo Yan
  8. Frog Prince, Saddam Husen
  9. Frog Our Friend, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  10. Daft Frog Eat Doughnut, Giorgio A. V.
  11. The Man With The Frogs For Sale, Toshie Nohara
  12. Haiku-Grasshopper, DEEPAK KUMAR PATTANAYAK
  13. Leaps, Bianca Free
  14. Tree's Frogs after Alfred Joyce Kilmer T.., Jonathan ROBIN
  15. f!, otteri selvakumar
  16. If I Were A Frog, DEOKSANG LEE
  17. Heart jumps!, Dr PJ Raj Kamal
  18. Lucky Frog Ver Two, Philo Yan
  19. Island Frog, Ima Ryma
  20. The Frog Who Could See His Future, Martin Kloess
  21. What a beautiful world, hasmukh amathalal
  22. Tanka-viii, Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran
  23. One day I sat upon a stone, Richard Anders
  24. Ten Little Frogs (Rhyming Couplets), Dorian Petersen Potter
  25. Frog Blog or Toad Mode, Jonathan ROBIN
  26. Croak, Croak, Croak, Rajesh Thankappan
  27. Frog, So Said, Philo Yan
  28. Birthday Poem For Mr. W. Grimm, Dónall Dempsey
  29. An Unfairy Story, Dónall Dempsey
  30. Poor Frogs., Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known ..
  31. I Kissed A Frog, Lori Hopkins
  32. One Thousand Frogs, Suchoon Mo_
  33. A Tortoise's World!, Manjeshwari P MYSORE
  34. To and Fro, Femia Cools
  35. Storm, Lynn Kincade
  36. Apple for a prince, Alan Draper
  37. A Spotted Frog (The Politician), Shannon Hughes
  38. The Poison Frog, David Aoloch Bion
  39. Death Of A Frog, Sakutaro Hagiwara
  40. Frog-Making, John Bannister Tabb
  41. a parable, RIC S. BASTASA
  42. Walking The Frog, Alan Draper
  43. Oh! Wonderful Frog, Antonio Liao
  44. the friendship of the frogs, RIC S. BASTASA
  45. Frog 1 and Frog 2, Raj Arumugam
  46. Proud to be a frog, Shirow Walker
  47. A Frog's Fate, Christina Georgina Rossetti
  48. Sick Frog, Raj Arumugam
  49. ***On The Old Pond, Sadiqullah Khan
  50. Happy Frog With a Song., bethany jeffreys
  51. TAD & THE BULLFROG KING, Ray Lucero
  52. FROG, Mark R Slaughter
  53. Skippy the Frog, Keith Foley
  54. Roger Renfroe-Jones Kincaid, Hm. Nes
  55. Cats and dogs, Milica Franchi De Luri
  56. The man from Kellogg, Brittney Pennington
  57. the snake, graham russell
  58. haiku - mocking wind, Femia Cools
  59. hilarious animal, micheal scott
  60. Phileas the Frog, Mark R Slaughter
  61. the frog poem(duh duh duhhhhhhhhh), Maddy Jen
  62. A Frog Like Me, Kevin Seales
  63. Jump play, otteri selvakumar
  64. The Frog, Monalno Kim
  65. Jump wear...!, otteri selvakumar
  66. Basho's Haiku, Lorraine Margueritte Gasrel ..
  67. Frog Sees Tara, Herbert Nehrlich
  68. A Frog's Just A Frog, Francis Duggan
  69. the moon and the frog, RIC S. BASTASA
  70. TO THE FROG CLAN, RIC S. BASTASA
  71. A Frog, Dr John Celes
  72. 1. After Basho's famous frog haiku, john tiong chunghoo
  73. The Frog And The Swan, Zakk Astoria
  74. Inspired by Issa - bathroom frog, john tiong chunghoo
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