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Poems About: TIGER

In this page, poems on / about “tiger” are listed.

  • 313.
    The Philosopher

    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
  • 319.
    Sumatran Tiger

    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
  • 320.

    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
  • 322.
    Shadow Tiger

    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
  • 323.
    White Haven

    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
  • 324.
    Afternoon Dip

    Yes, the stream sure looked exciting
    And pleased the tiger's eyes,
    With his memories delighting,
    He ran to Paradise! read more »

    Denis Martindale
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