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Poems About: TIGER

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  • 337.
    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
  • 338.
    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
  • 339.
    Empty Bottle

    I throw my empty bottles down into the grave,
    The shattered glass of a baby’s cradle;
    The things which always fall so far from trees:
    The punji sticks are whispering, read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
  • 340.
    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
  • 341.
    TIGER

    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
  • 342.
    Cat Family

    Members of the cat family
    All run very gracefully.
    Jaguars eat birds in nests
    But never eat pests. read more »

    Aryaman Naik
  • 343.
    # Men of Honour!

    Fourteen years in forests he lived
    For in honesty he believed;
    And ‘Rama’ in hard turf thus forayed
    His father’s words he had obeyed. read more »

    Seema Aarella
  • 344.
    poem hunter

    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
  • 345.
    Tiger

    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.
    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
  • 348.
    Life Is A Tiger

    Life is a tiger a terrible beast....
    a terrible beast who will
    eat you up read more »

    Isabelle Cooper
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