Poems About: TIGER
Poems on / about :
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349.Couch The Comfort
Couch the comfort and bite the pain
Everybody play insane
There’s chaos at the zoo
Wild wild tigers come for you read more »Judd David
350.The Most Dangerous Beast!
The beast has the fangs of a Werewolf
The claws of a tiger.
It never rests, day or night
Once it scents it prey read more »Khadim Hussain
Animal crackers wait to be released
While Johnny’s appetite is increased
With small hands, he reaches inside
Hunting for a tasty tiger that resides read more »Theresa Ann Moore
352.A Tribute to S.P.T
The daring soul
Born to be born in death
A hundred deaths he shall endure
Only to be born again as martyr read more »cyclopseven Ram
353.# 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
My child, my child,
My beautiful child
You are beautiful
because you are a child. read more »Fred Babbin
355.Life Is A Tiger
Life is a tiger a terrible beast....
a terrible beast who will
eat you up read more »Isabelle Cooper
356.The Poisoned Succour
God created natural wells for all Africans
their insatiate thirst and hunger to assuage
but African leaders created poison to contaminate
the very wells that is meant to be their lifelines read more »Dela Bobobee
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
358.Tale of Tiger Tail?
Tiger's dazed and feelin' kinda frail!
Incredibly tryin' to late night drive by braille?
Gosh darn fire hydrant and tree!
Escalade crumpled - and now all over the tv! read more »Hubert Wilson
359.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