Poems About: TIGER
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37.Survival Of The Fittest
It's another hot day
The sun was high up in the sky
Watchful Papa Tiger nudged his son and let out
An excited cry for a hot pursuit read more »Ejiofor Alisigwe
38.Save The Tigers
The Tremendous Tiger Often a Reason of Pride.
Bravery is what You Often Associate.
People Often Associate.
But it was all Past Tense. read more »rohan bendre
39.Pride Of India
Hello, white tiger, long and sleek,
Enrobed in black and white,
Quite dignified and magnifique,
A truly wondrous sight... read more »Denis Martindale
40.The Light In The Tigers Eyes
Sometime I cannot imagine the difference
Between you and the blackest night
You know those nights when only tigers stalk
And lie waiting for the sound of your breath read more »Geoffrey Fafard
41.Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
What a dragon is Tibet?
Spirituality raises its trees
from the soil fertile.
Its culture emits breezes read more »Denvor fernandez
42.The Copper rule of the Corporate Jungle
When the tigers will bring their carcasses and poop their waste matters; they expect others to clean it for them.
Of course the tigers don’t know how to the clean their surroundings.
They only know how to lick their own furs. read more »The Corporate Champs
By nature blessed well bestowed maturity, still in full gleam
Righteously proud in earned reared stripes of self-esteem
Like knight flashes blackened brown Albion in heavy mail
In tundra to temperate forest mastered savvy, head to tail. read more »Ian Fraser
44.Portrait Of A Prince
Behold the tiger's face up close,
With all its deep-etched lines.
Like charcoal ridges by his nose,
How clearly each defines. read more »Denis Martindale
45.Tigers - For Children
(For Julia Howe and to our grandchildren)
I am a tiger, roaring,
and you run, screaming, to hide read more »Don Pearson
46.I Walked With A Tiger
I walked with a tiger,
In his own maimed pace
And I found myself
Spineless, read more »Windsor Guadalupe Jr
A Glossa in honour of William Blake.
The Tiger read more »Irene C S ClarkHogg
48.of tigers and rivers
you speak of tigers
and you define it not of its colors or shape or form
but of its shadow
this tiger that lies soundlessly between the read more »RIC S. BASTASA