Poems About: TIGER
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325.A Tiger from Woods
There was a tiger in the woods
Who was expert in finding his foods
In chasing holes, he was number one read more »Dr Hitesh Sheth
Will you tell me what it was
the unknown of the known?
When you step into the eyes of stangers
you start talking without uttering a single word. read more »Satish Verma
If you are a poem hunter
you need a butterfly net
to catch the elusive hyperbole
you need to be vigilant read more »Gladys Acosta
328.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
I want to understand why those paws snatches life,
I want to read those fiery eyes,
And the pain that you have no friends, read more »Sambidhan Acharya
331.Sleep baby sleep within this magical lullaby deep
Sleep baby sleep within this magical lullaby deep
Constellations North pole star is waiting so is your Hippogriff
Tonight fly to where Minotaurs, hobbits and dwarfs tree skip
and Silent Satyr's paint dreams all over moonlit coral reef. read more »karan baadkar
332.Life Is A Tiger
Life is a tiger a terrible beast....
a terrible beast who will
eat you up read more »Isabelle Cooper
333.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
334.On The Tiger Woods Affair
In the sporting World his is the most photographed face
And in golf he is the one who does take pride of place
His marriage in trouble not an unusual case
But he is not the first male to have fallen from grace. read more »Francis Duggan
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.I WANT NO TIGERS
I have learned not to tie down the waterfall..
Or, blow my feeble breath
across the raging sea.
I have learned to let my life flow-- read more »Judith Durnbaugh