Poems About: FROG
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49.Coyote and Frog (Native American)
Coyote and his friends walked to a pond
But found Frog and his clan now living there.
“This pond is small for all of us, ” Frog said.
“ Find water of your own. We cannot share.” read more »Chuck Toll
50.Grenouillage à Trois
Deep in the forest, on two logs
were perched two rather handsome frogs.
The logs were pretty close together
and served as shelters for the weather. read more »Herbert Nehrlich
51.Frog Sees Tara
A small and green but drunken frog
sat in the evening on his log.
He contemplated there on life
and wished he had a green frog wife. read more »Herbert Nehrlich
The following series of haiku are based on Matsuo Basho's famous The Old Pond and frog haiku.They are my interpretations.Basho invented the haiku form.I just read the article titled Masters of Short Poetry (November 15,2008 Providence Journal Books) about him on the home page and found this challenge in his poetry section on PoemHunter where several poets have written their interpretations based on translations.All of the stanzas in my tribute haiku are written in the three-lined 5-7-5 syllable format.It reflects how I feel about Matsuo Basho's inspirational poem.I thank him for inventing this short poem style.
Matsuo Basho read more »Lorraine Margueritte Gasrel Black
53.TAD & THE BULLFROG KING
Bullfrog King did summon Tad
“I have a task for you young lad”
“A task for me? Egad! ” said Tad
“Fetch your club and kilt of plaid” read more »Ray Lucero
54.Tree's Frog - Parody Joyce Kilmer
I think that I shall never fail
to see with glee a frog full pail
less lovely than a poem which
most must with difficulty stitch. read more »Jonathan ROBIN
55.If I Were A Frog
I don't want to be a large star.
I don't want to become the morning star. read more »DEOKSANG LEE
56.One day I sat upon a stone
One day I sat upon a stone
and thought that I was all alone
but sitting perched upon a log
my eyes beheld a little frog read more »Richard Anders
57.A Frog's Just A Frog
Of the complexities of Nature how can one explain
Who can tell of the workings of the amphibian's brain
Why he often does sing in the wind and the rain
His song more like a croak in the watery drain read more »Francis Duggan
58.The Frog And The Swan
The swan had flown away,
Far away to the west,
Far away from the east,
Found a place to stay, read more »Zakk Astoria
59.Proud to be a frog
I am proud to be a frog, though I know not why.
The green of my skin, so utterly devine;
as to what others say, (to which I am blind)
'You are proud to be a frog, though we do not know why'. read more »Shirow Walker
60.Oh! Wonderful Frog
oh little Frog, why you have always see
the sky and shade tears for the rain to come,
look your feet ready to swim and your
tongue seems happy to sing read more »Antonio Liao