A Springtime Poem for School Kids...
A frog's a very happy thing,
Cool and green in early spring,
Quick and silver through the pool,
With no thought of books or school.
Oh, I want to be a frog,
Sunning, stretching on a log,
Blinking there in splendid ease,
Swimming naked when I please,
Nosing into magic nooks,
Quiet marshes, noisy brooks.
Free! And fit for anything!
Oh, to be a frog in spring!
Written by John Chipman Farrar.
Read by Mama Lisa.
Thanks and Acknowledgements
This poem can be found in "Songs for Parents" (1921) by John Chipman Farrar.