Poems About: TIGER
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337.The Seventh Seal/The Era of The Gypsy
The pen diverts my pain,
Softening it like meadows
Bringing seven ounces of sunlight
To the consuming darkness. read more »Jeffrey McCambridge
338.The Tiger On The Nineteenth Floor
Just watch out for the tiger on our block’s nineteenth floor
As its picture leaps at you through the wood of the door,
For it aims to devour you as it bears painted claws,
Gnashing synthetic teeth in its red, lifelike jaws. read more »C Richard Miles
339.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
340.A Pet Tiger
A Pet Tiger
a pet was tortured
like a slave of the starving king read more »juahta sitepu
341.Hang Down Your Head Kelly Tilghman
This time tomorrow
Reckon where I'll be
Down in some lonesome valley
Hangin' from a white oak tree (The Kingston Trio) read more »Joe Rosochacki
342.Obasinjom Warrior - (for Bate Besong)
Two-legged brain, transcendental transcriber
Contiguous of earth, monsieur read more »Dzekashu Macviban
343.* * * SMALL NOVEL OF THE BIG WOOD
SMALL NOVEL OF THE BIG WOOD
Goddess Diana bathed inside
Solar beams over wood's valley... read more »Tsira Gogeshvili
344.Life's reaction; My action
I grasped it, the tide of turbulence
I won it, the battle of belief
I fought it, the fear of fury
I taught it, the tips to taming read more »Adedolapo Olisa
If a tiger would come alive,
from my paintings and sketches,
Could you make a wild guess,
What it would be. read more »Jay P Narain
346.Poet Hunter and Mathew
In the dense jungle the poet hunter went
With his photographer friend, Mathew
Carrying a shot-gun that Jim Corbet lent
And a camera that was practically new read more »Sas Debray
347.Once More, My Love
This night I shall dream of your bedazzling red hair and tiger-eyes.
Wrapped in echoes of your mellifluous tail-music,
I long to sip from your strawberryful lips.
In my dreams, we fly on the exquisite winged tomato of pinkness - skimming vast continents of legss and catss. read more »Carniz Fatema
348.Tale of Tiger Tail?
Tiger's dazed and feelin' kinda frail!
Incredibly tryin' to late night drive by braille?
Gosh darn fire hydrant and tree!
Escalade crumpled - and now all over the tv! read more »Hubert Wilson