Poems About: TIGER
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73.The Lion and the Lamb
I saw a Tiger's golden flank,
I saw what food he ate,
By a desert spring he drank;
The Tiger's name was Hate. read more »Elinor Morton Wylie
74.The Tiger (revised)
Tiger! Tiger! Burning bright,
In the forests of the night.
What immortal mind or eye
Could frame thy foolish symmetry? read more »Lena Hairston
The tiger looks a noble sort,
I think that you'd agree.
It doesn't really take much thought,
It's there for all to see. read more »Denis Martindale
My camera aimed upon his face,
To catch those tiger eyes,
Such that a magic spell took place
And caught me by surprise... read more »Denis Martindale
When tigers run and run and run
Beneath that sun on high,
They soon lose all their sense of fun
And simply want to lie... read more »Denis Martindale
Tiger would run through fields chasing his dreams.
He was fierce. He was strong.
Conjuring up the best of little schemes.
Eyes that pierce and made you long. read more »BrandEn Billy
79.The Flying Tiger (A Poem For Children)
I met a flying tiger,
with flaming, orange wings.
It hunts the flying deer,
and other aerial things. read more »Jojoba Mansell
80.One For The Road
The tiger's throat was mighty dry
As he walked to the stream,
With water there in sweet supply,
The answer to his dream... read more »Denis Martindale
The Royal Tiger was acclaimed
Across the whole world wide
And in great pictures he'd been framed,
With genius and pride... read more »Denis Martindale
The tigers nestled in the snow,
Oblivious to cold,
Content within the twilight glow,
So wondrous to behold... read more »Denis Martindale
83.Here There Be Tigers
The ancient 'DANGER' sign of the world.
To scare people from going to uncharted lands and unlocking their secrets.You see it on maps of the ancient worlds the words'Here There Be Tigers' no one goes there. No one dare go near it. If they do, they have visions of death by getting killed by a tiger.
If you ever see those words in the future I suggest you stay away you don't know whats out there are who. Yes, people can be 'Here There Be Tigers' read more »Megan Monroe
White tigers are conspicuous,
They stand out from the crowd!
So not to be ridiculous,
They're silent and not loud... read more »Denis Martindale