A Frog Named Rover
A Frog named Rover
A story about being different
by Professor Goodheart, 2006
Let me tell you about a special frog named Rover
He’s not like other frogs
He likes to roll over
He won’t say ribbit,
but he’s got quite a loud bark
He doesn’t sit on a lilypad,
He runs and plays in the park!
Why do you think you’re a dog, Mr Rover?
It’s clear you’re a frog,
Why do you like to roll over?”
“Ruff, I like to be different, Rover explained
Other frogs are nice – but I don’t feel the same”
Nothing but FLIES do they eat,
YUCH! he exclaimed,
I’d much rather eat spaghetti and meat!
“Rover, will you be my dog?”, I asked next
I’ll feed you and pet you and teach you to fetch!
Well, Rover said “whoopeeee”
with a great big yowl
Can I sit in your lap and eat from a bowl?
Another thing to remember, If I’ll be your pet,
If I’ll be your puppy frog,
I have to stay wet!
“I’ll tell you dear Rover, of what that I think
Yes, You can sleep in my lap
And to stay wet
You can swim in my sink!”
You are who you are
And I am who I be
I’ll love you for you
And you can love me for me
So that’s how Rover the frog in the end
Became my very own puppy frog
My pet and best friend
He’s different, quite unique
That I do know
But that is exactly why I love him so!
Professor Goodheart, 2004
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