Top 100 Poems About: TIGER
Top 100 Poems on / about
- carpe diem
1.Limerick: There was a Young Lady of Niger
There was a young lady of Niger
Who smiled as she rode on a tiger;
They returned from the ride
With the lady inside, read more »William Cosmo Monkhouse
Tiger one to tiger two
Tiger one says I love you
Tiger two does not reply
So tiger one, he starts to cry read more »Mark Eyre
3.Tiger, Tiger (Not Kipling)
Tiger, Tiger, up a tree.
Tiger, Tiger come to me.
Tiger, Tiger locked in a cage.
Tiger, Tiger placed in a rage. read more »Elena Plotkin
Tiger Eye Tiger Eye
Tiger Eye is here to spy
Oh Tiger Eye who's here to spy
My darling Tiger Eye I look in your eyes read more »Camilla Fodgaard
I know a tiger
And I continue to let it surprise me
But I am the predator read more »Hudson Black (Hudson D. Black Poet on FACEBOOK)
6.even tiger's cry
tears of a tiger
bleed threw his hollow heart
he though of pain
and his lies in this awful game read more »the little bee
7.The Dragon and The Phoenix (version one)
The Dragon and The Phoenix (version one) :
The sleeping Tiger lies in a mist, covered in mystery.
Who is he, what is his purpose?
The sleeping Flame lies in a cloud, shrouded by time. read more »Tolly Rebeka Christian BlackWolf Hawk
8.Bengal Tiger in Trouble
The Plight of the Tiger Was Once Again asking for Special Attention
Much was the Urgency to take the Urgent Steps
All it was a result because of One Decision
Didn't it asked People to take Steps So Crucial read more »rohan bendre
Welcome to the most wonderful amazing fantastic unbelievable circus in the world
Let me introduce my enthralling chum to you read more »Nicole Heintz
The tiger’s life is mostly prowling around
Trying to hunt swiftly without making a sound.
Trying to trap the prey with its sharp claws
Skills of a professional (that is mostly without flaws.) read more »George 2012
13.The tiger and the deer
The tiger rises up before the pounce
a few seconds of complete visibility
and the deer sees no more
The tiger feels no sorrow read more »joanne tasker
Here comes the tiger...
Slowly- creeping and crawling read more »Jane Drake
Between the toes of a tiger
is a little soft patch of fluff
Stroke it and hear the tiger purr,
that is, if you're gentle enough! read more »John T Shillito
16.The World Is Now The Forest.
The world is now the forest.
The tiger and the lion are the king.
All subjects are innocent animal,
Born for the king’s meal. read more »Alauddin Apu
Tiger, tiger burning bright
He’ll leap up above the sky
When the Moon would shine
And the Sun would define read more »Khurshid Alam
18.Two Tigers on a Tightrope
We're like two tigers on a tightrope
yet holding out hope
that both survive read more »Peter Joseph Hogenson
19.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
20.I WANT NO TIGERS
I have learned not to tie down the waterfall..
Or, blow my feeble breath
across the raging sea.
I have learned to let my life flow-- read more »Judith Durnbaugh
Tiger, Tiger burning bright,
ran away by neon light,
real or bleached, big up front,
cry forever, he was hunt. read more »Artur Grochau
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
I asked him, ‘Tigers devour deer;
why do deer live beside the tigers then? '
‘They will live beside tigers. It is the doctrine. read more »Saransh Awasthi
24.IT's THE GOLF BALL OR ME
TIGER TIGER IN THE WOODS
Hit the ball as U should read more »Intensive KS1
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
26.My Father Is a Great Hunter
In those days they say
Animals live in the bush
I wish my father can travel go West
To see cat and dog read more »Abiodun Adekoya
27.Behind Closed Doors
Husband and wife may live their lives
In their home that's filled with pride.
It matters not how the mighty tiger roars,
You don't know what goes on behind closed doors. read more »Hosezell Blash
In those evenings by a red sea
I would often gaze west
and see the tiger’s eye
staring over its den of desert hills read more »darren thomas