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Poems About: HUNTING

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  • 349.
    Sonnet: INFANTICIDE

    The mother zebra could not save young one!
    The hungry lioness had killed it fast;
    It turns to watch the gruesome act half-done,
    And walks away with sad a heart, at last. read more »

    Dr John Celes
  • 350.
    Salt Pan Country

    I've been through that coastal country where only saltbush grow
    The land of the huge salt pans like giant rings of snow
    In that vast part of South Australia revered as the Coorong
    To the people of the Dreamtime it always will belong. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 351.
    .-.-Kisses of Peace

    Rising pasture as if viewed from angel flight
    A mind-blowing beautiful East West imagery

    The central topography high up on the hill read more »

    Debora Short
  • 352.
    ...Kisses of Peace

    Rising pasture as if viewed from angel flight
    A mind-blowing beautiful East West imagery

    The central topography high up on the hill read more »

    Debora Short
  • 353.
    Hunting al- Qaeda

    I don’t hunt since surviving the war
    because I don’t eat bears,
    tigers or lions, and I definitely
    don’t eat rats or seagulls; if one day read more »

    Ted Sheridan
  • 354.
    Phantoms catch no butterflies

    She creeps upon a midnight clear
    three legs to pounce upon her prey
    who always run away with ease
    from my fearless tortoiseshell Dusty. read more »

    Thomas Golding
  • 355.
    I'm Anxious

    I'm anxious to see by return mail what the board of directors think about these poems and how they do prevail
    If they want this to be showed on the Internet, it will put my mind to rest
    and let me go on thinking that I have done my best. read more »

    Dennis Howard
  • 356.
    Virtual Fields

    Sun Breaks over Oak,
    Pushing back nights dark cloak,
    Who's fingers black the colours do choke. Grass glistens with dew,
    Waits to wet the clumsy shoe, read more »

    Keith R. Hirons
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