Get Your Premium Membership

Cattle Poems

Cattle Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of cattle poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for cattle.

New Poems

clister doux say ye love
they found the discovery sound science
they started their research thinking
they could use natural additives mixed
with corn to allow their technology to see the vapor
coming from the dung of hogs and cattle and chickens.
they found it worked best when the animal...Read More
Categories: cattle, anti bullying, jobs, music, perspective, repetition, science
Form: Elegiac Lyric



the land of dream
The Land of dream

 Early Tuesday morning when the night
Glides into a new beginning somewhat reluctantly 
And no police sirens have been cutting the night
Till before and after sleep.
I will like to go to India. the vivaciousness of
The humanity intrigues...Read More
Categories: cattle, best friend, birth, blessing, books,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Donner's Snow Globe
They travelled for months
dreaming in honey and gold
some perished in the desert 
for the going was slow 
the damned took a shortcut
on a trail called unknown.

One final hurdle
a great mountain range
they could smell the honey
just a stones skip away,
then the...Read More
Categories: cattle, angst,
Form: Free verse
Ketchup


A child scratches a spacecraft in the dust,
He does not call it a 'spacecraft'
because it is 1911. The Colt Firearm Company
has patented the first reliable semi-automatic pistol;
it does not look like any other handgun.
Decades earlier, Karl Drais invents
the meat-chopping machine.
Delmonico's...Read More
Categories: cattle, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Capital Investment Problems
A cold and calculating problem
I see
is finding resonantly warm motivation
for resilient employment
by following mere capital short-term acquisition norms
for sacred vocational gravitas,
and maybe a smidge of gratitude--
where "smidge" is warmly defined
as the opposite of cold hegemony.

Back in the golden age
of NeverLand,

Perhaps...Read More
Categories: cattle, appreciation, caregiving, community, engagement, health, humor, integrity,
Form: Political Verse



Trees When Color Did Change
Trees When Color Did Change

Could see trees when color did change;
Cattle would exist while living on range;
We did view;
Heard go moo,
And President Trump seems so strange.

Jim Horn

...Read More
Categories: cattle, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
The gypsy who loved
Like riding on waves wavering
not sure where it takes me
searching for a log just to hold on, 
but helpless, and alone in an abyss.

Slumber, how I wish a day's sleep
to keep everything aside, and rest,
in my beloved’s lap, that warm...Read More
Categories: cattle, loneliness, lost, lost love,
Form: Verse
The heavenly rain
The heavenly rain
Grows crops and grain
And paints the world green.
It stoops so low
Where grasses grow
But keeps the earth clean.

I laugh aloud
And run around
When the sky has lost its hue.
The droplets drenched
Has thirsts quenched
And gives everyone his due.

When rain falls,
Like pearl...Read More
Categories: cattle, nature, rain,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Tom Sharing Aphorisms
Tom Sharing Aphorisms
(old adages)
Composed: by Miracle Man
11-9-2019

I’ve been told, when younger,
”I could start a fight in an empty House.”
Because often “I would cloud up and rain knuckles,”
and later “was a sight for sore eyes”
Sometimes “I just had a conniption fit”...Read More
Categories: cattle, humor, satire,
Form: Free verse
McCarthy's Saloon
This is the place the ’punchers come
when it is time to drink their pay,
ride in from the hilly rangelands
to forget cattle for a day.

Norma in the kitchen will cook
beef and spuds for this roving horde,
her husband Mick will greet them...Read More
Categories: cattle, community, drink, emotions, history, image, people, places,
Form: Cowboy
Concussion Therapy


the free state is actually not free
casting my line into the many manipulations
worked by dust devils and hierophants
gambling their grunt wages on my young ass
like cowboys on a cattle free vacation
unwelcome by all rational standards
it's a new skill set for...Read More
Categories: cattle, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member SOMETHINGS ARE MEANT TO BE
Some things are beautiful
Some things were meant to be left naturally
Nature's Way to be left alone 
As a child at play
God's flower mirror so sweet engender are the pedals so warm and and re-entered in this cell glows 
With the...Read More
Categories: cattle, 8th grade, 9th grade, adventure, imagery,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member A Vegetarian


As a vegetarian, you'll be safe from beef cattle
Rather than attack, they'll ask for a game of Scrabble
Charming as that is
Don't trust their antics
They'll moo you till you tear up then chop on your ankles




...Read More
Categories: cattle, blessing,
Form: Limerick
A Taste Of Texas
Texas has been kind to me;
You have to understand.
In the state of Texas;
Is where I found my man.

They raise a lot of cattle,                 ...Read More
Categories: cattle, adventure, animal, appreciation, autumn, cute, encouraging, husband,
Form: Rhyme
Mockingbird



The tomcat squeal of a deceiving tongue.
We are scolded
with cattle-prods of sound.
Swung upon chains of echoes,
nailed to aria’s with rusty spikes.

Bird of a thousand jeers,
a hundred memes and parodies.
will you shut up already.

...Read More
Categories: cattle, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Rhymes for Shared Times
RHYMES FOR SHARED TIMES

Maintain shared possessions - clean, tidy and in working CONDITION
Share responsibilities, or allocate them in a fair and balanced PARTITION

Keep your promises and earn TRUST
Be as truthful as possible and do not tell lies, at least avoid...Read More
Categories: cattle, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I AM GOD, A MUST READ

          .........,.  I Am God............


Well, if I am God as some poets 
here think,and that they are too,
I need a strong stiff drink!
And by the by, they do too!

Man, good golly,I am in a jam!
That means I...Read More
Categories: cattle, god, humanity,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member He's The Lily of The Valley
He's the Lily of The Valley.
He's the Bright and Shining Star.
He's the King of Kings, The Lord of Lords,
He knows who we all are.

He knows all about us.
He knows each one by name,
Cares not about how much we own,
To Him...Read More
Categories: cattle, jesus,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Ode Ear Those Ears
Ode ear those ears, for you I fear
Bombastic melodies endured
Lawn mowers, chain saws and fireworks
Damage through the years most assured!

No ear protection considered
Tell me, has anyone heard of that?
Sudden sounds from who knows where,
Will leave a soul, skittish as a...Read More
Categories: cattle, appreciation, feelings, humorous, perspective,
Form: Quatrain
Bucolic Tiredness
in summer twilight
cattle run to shed with dust
tired cowboy with stick 



-Thursday, June 13, 2019 Chattogram...Read More
Categories: cattle, life,
Form: Senryu
Ode to wee Greta

I'm sorry young lady your future has gone
Capitalism's done irreversible wrong
Not in my name, I shout from the roof top
I've been fighting the same fight,
Hoping one day it'll stop

Poison our food our water our air
Capitalism's the cause
Cause of despair
Profit before...Read More
Categories: cattle, corruption, destiny, environment, future, girl, nature, weather,
Form: Ode
Natural Symphony
Rose and lavender mountains after the rain;
lush green trees, the waters will sustain.
Bright indigo and sapphire waters of the lake;
their timeless jest’s a sweet refrain.

I hear music upon the silent waves,
oh how my heart, it does enslave.
From emerald forests, birds...Read More
Categories: cattle, appreciation, earth, mountains, nature, poems, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Like Loading Cattle In Seattle
Like Loading Cattle In Seattle

When we will spend time in Seattle,
We would like loading lots of cattle;
See Rainer;
Docile deer;
What to do next, we had big battle.

Jim Horn
Lived in Redmond, WA near Seattle
from August 1976 to May 2001.
Really liked it but...Read More
Categories: cattle, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
My Land
MY LAND

Staff rod in hand and, on my feet a good pair of hardy leather shoes
Set off onto the bight coastal track to a view of many colourful hues

In four score plus ten of my years; not a day ceases...Read More
Categories: cattle, appreciation, beautiful, blessing, environment, tribute,
Form: Couplet
People



People are not robots or tools to be taken for granted
But living beings touched by The Master to be treasured

People are not to be driven like cattle, used, abused, or
Manipulated, but to be honored, loved, and respected

People are not to...Read More
Categories: cattle, christian, god, people,
Form: Couplet