BRIANSODES

IF YOU COULD CHOOSE TO BE ANY ANIMAL ~ MAMMAL ~ BIRD OR FISH ~ WHAT WOULD YOU CHOOSE ?


HAPPY PAIR OF GREY WOLVES MATED FOR LIFE ~ SANTITA
**************************************************
I WOULD CHOOSE TO BE A FROG ~ BRIANSODES
*******************************************
FROGS are funny
Hold one in your hand
They swim in the water
And they jump on the land
It must be ~ such joy and fun
To be a Bright Green quirky FROG
Better than a Fussy Pussy or a Dippy Dog !
********************************************
Thanks for reading ~ Please add your Poem !


I would be a Gray wolf
Gray wolves are amazing earth-walking creatures
Their mystic eyes are one of their best features
They roam in packs of six to ten
known to hunt but hardly go after men
Gray wolves mate for life
an idea that I really like


I would be a Giraffe they stretch thier necks high in the sky, looking out. Such gentle creatures, muching on leaves on occasion, greeting the birds and animals that pass by.


A wild black stallion free to roam
With delightful open landscape my home
Galloping high on sloping mountain side
Drinking from rivers, vast and wide.


A slithering slimy snake that peers
from out of the grass then disapears
to wiggle away and find a meal
something tasty with snake-appeal
that he can swallow in one piece.
And as his hunger pains increase
a mouse creeps by with sticky-out ears
and as he does the snake appears
and gobbles the mouse in just one bite
then off he goes into the night.
And when he's gone right out of sight
it's off to sleep till once again
he suffers the slings of hungers pain.
A simple life that's free of strife
I really quite envy his care-free life.

Comments1

  • F.G. Franklin

    Perhaps I would if I could be:
    A black and yellow honey bee
    Then I could drink from flowers fair
    And buzz around the summer air
    And I'd produce a tasty treat
    From my labors, something sweet
    To have all fruits indebted to me
    That, a fine thing, I think would be
    My family would be a hive
    Abuzz with laughter and alive
    Many relatives and friends you see
    There's never a lonely honey bee



To be able to comment and rate this poem, you must be registered. Register here or if you are already registered, login here.