Massive bullfrog sitting in the shade,
minding his own as the heat holds sway,
Along comes a boy and wouldn’t you know,
the frog’s lost his chance to doze today.
The bullfrog’s big, the child you can see,
wants to know how long his legs may be.
He soon finds a stick and with just one tap
this boring day’s music turned into a rap.
The bull frog’s wise, the boy has a will,
the frog flips a flop as he dives down the hill.
He splashes with aplomb in a nice green scum
hoping he can hide or just play dumb.
The little boy’s quick, he’s learning with glee
that one push from a stick makes big things flee.
He probes and he pokes and carefully explores,
till the water erupts with a beast that soars!
The bullfrog decides, he no longer can play,
so he heads to the hills to hide under some clay.
He scrambles and jumps until quickly he finds
a quiet cave to protect his behind.
The moral you see, is plain I may say,
one flips a day by appreciating delay.
To open our eyes and curiously engage,
to laugh and romp in my day’s shifted page!
Author – Bill Tidsbury