Humor Poetry posted August 12, 2017 Chapters:  ...11 12 -13- 14 

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A rhyming nonsense poem just for fun

A chapter in the book Way Out There

Down In The Bog

by BeasPeas

'Way Out There' ~ #13-396-B

I'm just a frog,
a bump on a log,
who lives in a fog,
down in the bog
with Polly Wog.

To get my kicks,
tongue sticky flicks,
smashing to bits
in froggy blitz
those tiny nits 
that buzz and flit.

I'll tell no lies,
fat filthy flies,
that I despise,
meet their demise
in swift surprise.

But I'm too fat,
too long I sat.
My coat won't fit,
the seams are split.
I'll don my hat,
thanks for the chat.

Marilyn D.F. Boire ~ August 12, 2017
'Way Out There'



This is a nonsense poem for a bit of fun. Thank you for reading
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