Poems About: ANIMAL
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121.Descartes Theorem Disproven
In his Frankenstein research lab, Rene Descartes nailed dogs' paws to tables, a modern crucifixion, impaling them that they not be able to escape the imposition of agony.
He believed animals did not have thought capability and that they had no feelings, though they screamed when he inflicted pain on them. read more »Saiom Shriver
Animal men do think a dangerous weapon is kind,
And fortunate songs are written due to states
Inside a few mirrors, noses are pinned to smell.
The smell of a finger is like guests, read more »Naveed Akram
Does Man become animal?
Or animals become Men?
Who thinks? Who feels? Who cares? !
True that; Man is able to think. read more »Roland Cho
what i see read more »john tiong chunghoo
125.The 'Poem A Day' Project - Day 80
I sometimes wonder if animals have a better life
Do they live more happily without the stress or strife
They don’t have to wait for calls, don’t have to wait in line
And there’s no fashion issues if you’re naked all the time read more »Flying Lemming
126.My Dad In Many Forms
I hear the animals
Of the Forest calling
My name over and over
I went to see read more »Stephanie Pardo
127.A LOVE DEMAND!
Crows and dogs move close to men more than
Cats and parrots or sparrows and squirrels here
Among domesticated animals like cows and cocks! read more »Ramesh T A
128.Meka had a toy camera
Meka had a toy camera,
presented by her Mummy Manjula
for her birthday; read more »Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
God saw the great wickedness
Decided to wipe mankind
However one righteous man
Found favor in God's eyes read more »Robert Sheridan
130.Right Or Wrong
In self proclaimed righteousness
I have made divisions
In the world of nature
Things which are beautiful read more »Sadiqullah Khan
131.Princesses puppies and poniesRex Cuba
132.The Animals of Christmas
The animals of Christmas were there for Christ it's true,
Let me tell about each one, in this poem for you;
First was the donkey who carried Mary, to the city,
And joseph walked beside, and carrying the Baby to be. read more »margaret haig