cried Sylvie, as she adjusted two or three young Frogs that had struggled round with their backs to the stage.
arose from the Frogs (I had quite learned to understand their croaking by this time).
Yet it appeared that King Lear, after deep meditation, could think of no other argument by which to prove his kingship: and, as this was the last of the 'Bits' of Shakespeare ("We never do more than three," Sylvie explained in a whisper), Bruno gave the audience quite a long series of somersaults before he finally retired, leaving the enraptured Frogs all crying out "More
Even Sylvie gave a little gasp, and allowed three of the Frogs, who seemed to be getting tired of the entertainment, to hop away into the ditch, without attempting to stop them.
Sylvie was silenced, and was all attention: in fact, she and I were most of the audience now, as the Frogs kept hopping away, and there were very few of them left.
This was evidently the Moral: so Sylvie made her final proclamation to the Frogs.
I did not feel quite clear about it myself, so made no suggestion: but the Frogs seemed quite content, Moral or no Moral, and merely raised a husky chorus of "Off
He's down in the ditch there," said Sylvie, "amusing a young Frog.
The Bronzeye was developed by an angler who's almost synonymous with frog
fishing, Dean Rojas, while the Horny Toad spurred the development of soft plastic frogs
(sometimes called toads) with paddle feet that churn the surface on a straight retrieve.
The green frogs
want to move to the three lily-pads on the left, while the three spotted frogs
want to move to the three lily-pads on the right.