Poems About: FROG
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
337.I GET WET BECAUSE IM DRY
It’s cold and dark everywhere
The clouds kissed the mountains near
The hungry rivers are shouting and swelling
Help! The grassland is drowning read more »Ayi Escalona
338.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
339.Sweet Ground of My Childhood Memoir
Sweet Ground of my childhood memoir
I dwelled for so many years
And as mum carried me to her breast
Her hum made the afternoon asleep read more »Agnes Quirante
340.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
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
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
A part of Americana
when you're living in a small town.
Remember local history
as murals decorate downtown. read more »JOHNNY COBB
344.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
345.The History Of Frog Pigment
A frog is green not by design,
but by his own volition,
it started all with Father Rhine
where Grandpa did his fishing. read more »Herbert Nehrlich 2
346.Horse Sense Under The Oak Tree
It was the greenest green
that she had ever seen.
A tiny, sad-eyed frog,
daydreaming on a log. read more »Herbert Nehrlich
347.Death Of A Naturalist
All year the flax-dam festered in the heart
Of the townland; green and heavy headed
Flax had rotted there, weighted down by huge sods.
Daily it sweltered in the punishing sun. read more »Seamus Heaney
348.A Frog And A Toad
A tiny frog on a lili-pad,
Was so depressed she felt so sad.
She wrung her hands and racked her brain,
And said to herself, I'm going insane. read more »Juan Olivarez