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How to Change a Frog Into a Prince

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Zhao Jocelyn

on 25 May 2015

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Why does the speaker wants to change a frog to the prince?
How to Change a Frog Into a Prince
Start with the underwear. Sit him down.
Hopping on one leg may stir unpleasant memories.
If he gets his tights on, even backwards, praise him.
Fingers, formerly webbed, struggle over buttons.
Arms and legs, lengthened out of proportion, wait,
as you do, for the rest of him to catch up.
This body, so recently reformed, reclaimed,
still carries the marks of its time as a frog. Be gentle.
Avoid the words awkward and gawky.
Do not use tadpole as a term of endearment.
His body, like his clothing, may seem one size too big.
Relax. There's time enough for crowns. He'll grow into it.
Question 2
Does positive remarks always bring about good change?
Question 3
Is transformation always a good thing?
QUESTION 4
What is the tone of this poem?
QUESTION 5
How does this poem relate to your own life?
How to Change a Frog Into a Prince
By Anna Denise

Question 1
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