June 6, 2011
By kvqnxf BRONZE, Issaquah, Washington
kvqnxf BRONZE, Issaquah, Washington
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Oh, look there,
What is it? A hare?
No, it's big, really big.
It is chewing on a fig?
Newton, Newton discovered it first.
It's stomach about to burst.
A frog? A bull?
Seriously, that thing is full!
I call it Frogoose,
A frog mixed with a moose.
It's ears breach wide,
It's head towards the sky.
Running, jumping, skipping towards us,
We scream, we're scared it's venom and it's puss,
Here it comes, there it goes, no harm was even shown,
Goodbye Frogoose.

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on Jun. 28 2011 at 4:36 pm
This poem moved me to tears. The imagery? to die for. The rhyme scheme? beyond my wildest dreams. The author? a innovative genius. Bravo Bravo. All I can say is: I want more. 


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