Two Little Frogs - Part 2

Two Little Frogs - Part 2

A Poem by Marie
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A humble little write on the adventures of two little frogs...

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The two little frogs awoke next day
feeling very blithe and happy were they
After breakfast they decided to go
to the river bank. They hopped real slow
They wanted to know where the river went
as it bubbled along without feeling spent
Soon they arrived at a tall Oak tree
The river was running wild and free
They thought for a moment about where it might go
They asked the Oak tree, hoping he might know
Alas, the Oak whispered soft and low
"River runs continuously, but slows in Winter!
One little frog jumped up to hear these words
and landed on a painful splinter
Just then, a crow flying by did shout
"Caw! What is this conversation all about"?
The little frog told him, as he watched a trout
and the crow with his beak pulled the splinter out
Crow said he followed the river each day
but where it went he could not say
So, they asked a toad who lived nearby
He did not know either. A collective sigh
In silence, the trout leaped to catch a meal
He had heard their chatter, and thought how unreal
they have no brain, unlike me!
I know where the river runs! It runs to its lover, the sea
There they unite and become one
I won't tell them though! Ah, this is such fun!

 

© 2024 Marie


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A delightful continuation there, I adore the thoughtfulness of these creatures, the kind oak tree and the gentlemanly crow that pulled out the splinter, really loving how this story ends, with them learning of rivers destination. You have a pretty hand for writing these joyful fables with merry quests in them, they are always a joy to read Marie! A lovely write there, sending you warm regards!

Posted 4 Weeks Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Marie

3 Weeks Ago

Thank you, dear P.V. for so kindly taking the time to read and for your wonderful review. I am so ha.. read more
Poetic_Vixen

3 Weeks Ago

As I shall be here every time, my friend! You are most welcome!
Marie

3 Weeks Ago

Thank you and bless you, dear P. V...



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Oh, that feisty trout is withholding the truth! Talking animals and talking trees--I love fantasy, and this whets my appetite. Such a delight.

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Marie

3 Weeks Ago

Aaaawww! Bless you for your so lovely comment about the adventures of the little frogs. So pleased y.. read more
Beautiful Work Marie - the Fable continues. Let us hope the little Froggies find happiness in the end. Love it ✨️✨️✨️✨️✨️

Posted 4 Weeks Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Marie

3 Weeks Ago

Thank you for your very kind comment, dear red93. Beautiful blessings your way...
A delightful continuation there, I adore the thoughtfulness of these creatures, the kind oak tree and the gentlemanly crow that pulled out the splinter, really loving how this story ends, with them learning of rivers destination. You have a pretty hand for writing these joyful fables with merry quests in them, they are always a joy to read Marie! A lovely write there, sending you warm regards!

Posted 4 Weeks Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Marie

3 Weeks Ago

Thank you, dear P.V. for so kindly taking the time to read and for your wonderful review. I am so ha.. read more
Poetic_Vixen

3 Weeks Ago

As I shall be here every time, my friend! You are most welcome!
Marie

3 Weeks Ago

Thank you and bless you, dear P. V...
The symbolism is powerful and poignant. Great work.

Posted 4 Weeks Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Marie

4 Weeks Ago

Thank you for reading and kindly commenting, Thomas. Wishing you a very blessed and peaceful Sunday... read more
Indeed said crow so wise, fresh water inevitablity runs into and merges with salty, saline sea, take heed young little frogs of the trout's shrewd advice, you wee guys still learning about life with every step or should I say hop? Dabble and test the water me thinks.........

Posted 4 Weeks Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Marie

4 Weeks Ago

Love your delightful review inked with great humour, dear Tom. Crows are very wise indeed and love .. read more

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Added on June 22, 2024
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Kerry, Ireland



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