Top 100 Poems About: TIGER
Top 100 Poems on / about
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1.A Dying Tiger&Mdash;Moaned For Drink
A Dying Tiger—moaned for Drink—
I hunted all the Sand— read more »Emily Dickinson
The tiger, on the other hand,
Is kittenish and mild,
And makes a pretty playfellow
For any little child. read more »Hilaire Belloc
3.*royal Bengal Tiger
Royal bengal tiger!
When swim to pass across river
Target is determined.
Just straight forward move on read more »sarwar chowdhury
4.Elegy Upon Tiger
Her dead lady's joy and comfort,
Who departed this life
The last day of March, 1727:
To the great joy of Bryan read more »Jonathan Swift
What of the hunting, hunter bold?
Brother, the watch was long and cold.
What of the quarry ye went to kill?
Brother, he crops in the jungle still. read more »Rudyard Kipling
Tiger with coat of dissimilar stripes,
When he’s angry, tiger swipes,
Tiger cautious, guarding his lair,
Danger lurking, tiger aware. read more »Ernestine Northover
7.The Tale Of The Tiger-Tree
A Fantasy, dedicated to the little poet Alice Oliver Henderson, ten years old.
The Fantasy shows how tiger-hearts are the cause of war in all ages. It shows how the mammoth forces may be either friends or enemies of the struggle for peace. It shows how the dream of peace is unconquerable and eternal. read more »Vachel Lindsay
8.(310) Our Cat (Tiger)
A tiny tabby kitten, with sad brown eyes.
Sat on the porch of a broken down house.
He was about to become homeless,
without any food, not even a mouse. read more »Melvina Germain
9.* The Dead Tiger
the hunt begins after sunset
under cracked moon, blindfolded clouds
start visiting volitionlessly: read more »Satish Verma
10.Bengal Tiger Belly
To your insatiable appetite
You refused to chew
Or savour the taste of me read more »Simone Inez Harriman
Tiger hunting in dark of night,
Keenful eyes keeping it's prey in sight,
hidden in the long grass, crouching low,
waiting to deliver it's fatal blow. read more »Liz Munro
12.The Celtic Tiger
Ireland’s boom is in full swing.
Rows of numbers, set in a cloudless blue
computer background, prove the point. read more »Dennis O'Driscoll