Two Little Frogs - Part 1

Two Little Frogs - Part 1

A Poem by Marie
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Just after brunch
two little frogs climbed up a tree
onto a leafless branch
to view what they could see

They saw the sky in azure blue
Clouds dotted here and there
They saw the river running
though they didn't know to where

They heard the sparrows chirping
while Mummy fed them in their nest
and saw Mrs. Jones at her clothesline
as she hung up her vest

They saw the little dog below
who ran around and played
and the cat upon the garage roof
whose presence his bell betrayed

They saw so many wonders
as they sat upon the tree
They wanted to stay forever
but... They got hungry

so, they came down and had their tea
Ate so much they could not leap
so they cuddled up together beneath the tree
where they both fell fast asleep 

© 2024 Marie


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I'm adoring these poems you write of little creatures having no care about worldly tensions and just spending a leisurely lovable time, such a sweet and descriptive poem of the sceneries these frogs witness, their innocence of looking around without passing any judgement, this little tell tale is adorable, especially the last stanza, 'they came down and had their tea,
ate so much they could not leap,
so they cuddled up together beneath the tree
where they both fell fast asleep.'
Truly a lovely poem there Marie, this sure bubbles up my heart with joy. Sending you warm regards ❤️

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Marie

1 Month Ago

Thank you, dear P.V. for so kindly reading and for your most encouraging review. I am SO happy you l.. read more



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Sweetness pours from this. The little frogs are so much like human children, aren't they? Somewhere deep inside, the young me still resides, and he likes this very much.

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Marie

3 Weeks Ago

Your most kind comment has made me so happy, Sam. I love how your inner child likes the little poem .. read more
I'm adoring these poems you write of little creatures having no care about worldly tensions and just spending a leisurely lovable time, such a sweet and descriptive poem of the sceneries these frogs witness, their innocence of looking around without passing any judgement, this little tell tale is adorable, especially the last stanza, 'they came down and had their tea,
ate so much they could not leap,
so they cuddled up together beneath the tree
where they both fell fast asleep.'
Truly a lovely poem there Marie, this sure bubbles up my heart with joy. Sending you warm regards ❤️

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Marie

1 Month Ago

Thank you, dear P.V. for so kindly reading and for your most encouraging review. I am SO happy you l.. read more
Aah Marie that is so sweet and wonderful. A modern day Fable indeed. I love it. Excellent ✨️✨️✨️✨️✨️

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Marie

1 Month Ago

Thank you for reading and for your very kind and encouraging comment, red93...
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Aww, I wish we could all just live and be like these two little frogs, dear Marie. They're the epitome of cuteness and innocence and I loved them, instantly. They just love the simple joys of the world and seem so taken up with them. We need more such simple and beautiful poems with messages that go so deep.

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 2 people found this review constructive.

Marie

1 Month Ago

So pleased you enjoyed reading this simple little write, dear Divya. Thank you for your most kind an.. read more
A wonderful poetic ode to nature and two little curious frogs, (must be tree frogs, I guess?) A poem that will delight both adults & children alike the world over!!

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Marie

1 Month Ago

So pleased you enjoyed the story of the two little frogs, Tom. They came from my imagination, so I g.. read more

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Added on June 21, 2024
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