Poems About: TIGER
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325.SURVIVORS AND INHERITORS
Caves, like palaces,
(and shoes) ,
outlive their tenants. read more »Brian Taylor
326.Billy Of One Hand
His left hand severed just below the elbow
And the nickname for him 'Billy of one hand'
And he still feels quite angry with his father
And why this should be not hard to understand. read more »Francis Duggan
The tiger strolled quite merrily,
As if without a qualm
And those that watched could plainly see
That he was mighty calm. read more »Denis Martindale
328.BoysIIMen, Tiger, Buddha and Nazarean-Israelites, Oh My!
Shawn Stockman has been cheating on his wife for the past nine years.
The Nazarean-Israelite was not Tiger Woods, but a former BoysIIMen.
A man's vision of the world,
-when you cite Biblical references that pertains to his life style- read more »Joe Rosochacki
329.The Hypothetical Tiger
A hypothetical tiger
Walked into my work today.
It didn't even knock.
How it got past my alarm I can't imagine. read more »sheena blackhall
330.The Fate Of An Innocent Dog
When Tiger left his native yard,
He did not many ills regard,
A fleet and harmless cur; read more »George Moses Horton
331.The Taoiseach’s New Clothes
(or How the Celtic Tiger Became Extinct)
A long time ago, when the Taoiseach
once again didn’t know what to do, read more »Frank L. Ludwig
225 days under grass
and you know more than I.
they have long taken your blood,
you are a dry stick in a basket. read more »Charles Bukowski
333.At the Zoo
There are lions and roaring tigers,
and enormous camels and things,
There are biffalo-buffalo-bisons,
and a great big bear with wings. read more »Alan Alexander Milne
Welcome to the most wonderful amazing fantastic unbelievable circus in the world
Let me introduce my enthralling chum to you read more »Nicole Heintz
335.Behind Closed Doors
Husband and wife may live their lives
In their home that's filled with pride.
It matters not how the mighty tiger roars,
You don't know what goes on behind closed doors. read more »Hosezell Blash
336.Dealing With Bullies
The lion picks out his gazelle for the kill,
As the herd stands around and watches.
'Well, he picked the weakest one I guess.'
The pack of hyenas pick out the Zebra to dissect, read more »Barry A. Lanier