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  An opportunity lost
by Regina Pounds
Sunday, June 07, 2009
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it really happened last night


It happened at midnight

by the light of the silvery full moon

He sat in the middle of the kitchen

Right there on the floor

I picked him up too soon

Carried him out of the door

It felt right

To release him on a nearby lawn

Only much later

did it dawn:

I had a chance and didn't seize it

I could have kissed a Prince

Instead I got rid of him

sent him on his troubled road

He was that one in a million

a large and ugly toad

 

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Reviewed by m j hollingshead
holds reader interest
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
Hilarious! Great imagery here. Enjoyed it very much.

Anna
Reviewed by Dark Knight
cute poem-loved it
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen
wonderful write in every way, gina!
be well,
cg
Reviewed by Li Smith
You tell it so well, Gina! The strange thing is that after reading your poem I came across a photo of my granddaughter on Face Book holding a frog. I added a caption ... a frog or a prince? and thought of you! Hugs, Li
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
kind of funny Gina, I don't know whether I should say you should have or not, either way it made a comical good poem, hugs
Reviewed by ~ H (Reader)
I enjoyed reading this... so cute, Holly
Reviewed by Handsum Hart
A fun and charming write. Perhaps there's another toad for you.

Best wishes
HH
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
This Is So Sweet! I can see you takin him outside :)
Reminds me of my own toad whom kept wanting in the house for some bizzare reason....they are wonderful guests for the garden though....eatin bugs & things like that
Peace & Inspiration to You Gina
Vickie
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
You have shared the experience very effectively via your verses here, Gina. Thank you. Love and best wishes to you,

Regis
Reviewed by William Bonilla
an outstanding write Gina

don't say I did't tell you

but he's the one that got away

love & peace be with you



William
Reviewed by Ray { The Great Canadian Buzzard }
I know some ladies that said they kissed a prince, who turned into a toad LOL
So maybe you got off lucky :)

Great write I enjoyed the humor, it gave me a smile
Have a great day
Ray { Not a Poet }
Reviewed by Cynthia Borris
Teach us to be nice to all toads. One never knows...

Cynthia
Reviewed by Gene Williamson
I believe it, Gina, and love it. How often does one get to write
a tale like this? And you do it so well. Interesting rhymes.
-gene.
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