Tan Pratonix

Rookie - 1 Points (Triolet, Mauritius)

Tan Pratonix Poems

1. Death In The Jungle 1/26/2006
2. Music - Part 1 2/7/2006
3. Music - Part 2 2/7/2006
4. The Grandeur Of War 2/8/2006
5. Landlubber 2/8/2006
6. Future Shock 2/8/2006
7. Annihilation 2/7/2006
8. All The Faces Are The Same 2/11/2006
9. Borodoro The Bull 2/11/2006
10. Thomasian Sonnet 2/11/2006
11. Chill Cancer 2/11/2006
12. There Is A Winter In My Breath 2/1/2006
13. Encounter 2/3/2006
14. Sonnet: Suddenly Lost 2/3/2006
15. Brookeian Sonnet 2/2/2006
16. The Song I Love 1/26/2006
17. Humming Top 1/27/2006
18. I Sprang To Grasp The Future 1/27/2006
19. An Aeroplane Drones Through The Sky 1/28/2006
20. The Hour Before Dawn 1/28/2006
21. Hunter 2/1/2006
22. Anguish Is A Mental Pain 2/1/2006
23. Vignettes 2/1/2006
24. Night-Train At Festive Time 1/28/2006
25. Pterodactyls 2/20/2006
26. Nuns 1/27/2006
27. Through The Window Of A Baby's Eyes 1/27/2006
28. The Clock On The Wall 1/27/2006
29. Beneath The Apple Boughs 1/27/2006
30. Prelude 2/2/2006
31. Gardens 2/2/2006
32. The Two Worlds Of Man 1/26/2006
33. I Lay On The Grass 1/26/2006
34. The Compassionate Lover 2/2/2006
35. Eyes Watching In The Dark 2/10/2006
36. Madonna 2/1/2006
37. The Dogs And The Demons 2/3/2006
38. Love Lost 2/3/2006
39. A Question To Ponder 1/26/2006
40. The Rose In Itself Is Precious 1/26/2006
Best Poem of Tan Pratonix

Trigonometry

Trigonometry began
When Sine and Cos and Tan
[The latter, a perfect gentleman]
Agreed to work in a Triangle.

Now Sine was cross with Cos
Because she got into a tangle
With Cosec the Smart Alec,
Who had a special angle

For flirty Cotangent
[Also known as Cot]
Whose reputation
[Or shall we say, computation? ]
Was certainly not

Above board, like Tangent
[Also known as Tan,
Who, I repeat, was a perfect gentleman]

Cross-fighting in the Triangle,
They drew an obtuse angle;
And slowly by degrees
Sine began to ...

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Death In The Jungle

When leopards prowl,
When lean wolves howl,
When vultures swoop
Upon their prey,
When panthers leap,
When lions growl,
Then Death removes
His sinister cowl
And soon begins

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