Poems About: TIGER
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
I have not heard a tiger who has killed another tiger
I have not heard a serpent killing another serpent read more »Dr. Ramesh Chandra Mukhopadhyaya
314.The Tiger by William Blake
Tiger! Tiger! burning bright
In the forests of the night,
What immortal hand or eye
Could frame thy fearful symmetry? read more »Nick Ryan
315.Tiger, Tiger, Sparkling Bright.
(With apologies to William Blake)
There’s a tiger in my bathroom
fixing me with feral grin, read more »Thomas Vaughan Jones
316.Save The Tiger
As a child when I went to the circus,
Though I loved the clowns and the acrobats,
I hated when the ringmaster made the animals act
And do unnatural things, read more »Mamta Agarwal
317.Bad Dreams (Children)
In my dream, I heard a tiger
so I hid behind a tree.
I was frightened he would eat me up
'cause he roared and roared at me. read more »C.J. Heck
318.The Dragon and The Phoenix (version one)
The Dragon and The Phoenix (version one) :
The sleeping Tiger lies in a mist, covered in mystery.
Who is he, what is his purpose?
The sleeping Flame lies in a cloud, shrouded by time. read more »Tolly Rebeka Christian BlackWolf Hawk
Sumatran Tiger! Look at you!
So many frowns you've got!
As if you don't know what to do,
So you don't do a lot! read more »Denis Martindale
White tigers haven't much to say,
When flat out on the chin...
'It's been a long, long, long, long day...
I'm pooped! It's done me in! ' read more »Denis Martindale
321.The Mosquito's Bite
To tell a story I wield my pen,
Of a poacher who waited outside a den,
He cocked his gun and took his aim,
To shoot an animal he knew was lame. read more »Shashwat Chaterji
She remembered when once she kept this world alone
A goddess gliding through eternal trees
Beneath the silver queen on a heavenly throne
Scent of jasmine whirled by an invisible breeze read more »Laura Greene
Even white tigers have to bathe
Though they're as white as snow,
That's why an hour they will save
For streams that overflow... read more »Denis Martindale
Yes, the stream sure looked exciting
And pleased the tiger's eyes,
With his memories delighting,
He ran to Paradise! read more »Denis Martindale