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Jaguar Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Of Muscle and High Spirits M. L. Kiser Free verse Free verse jaguar, appreciation, art, beautiful, beauty,
Animal Alphabet of My Special Child Beata Agustin Terza Rima Terza Rima jaguar, 1st grade, appreciation, child,
The Speed of Light Miya Xavier ABC ABC jaguar, confidence, longing, motivation,
Mama is King Timothy McGuire Limerick Limerick jaguar, animal, relationship,
Premium Member Poem RAINFOREST ANTHOLOGY Tom Cunningham Haiku Haiku jaguar, animal, insect, nature, rainforest,
Premium Member Poem Millionaires At Wallymart Jack Ellison Verse Verse jaguar, success,
A Lotus Scrawled Fiat matthew harris Free verse Free verse jaguar, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Yes Master Bette Bavington Rhyme Rhyme jaguar, adventure, desire, education, fantasy,
Premium Member Poem Where Wild Creatures Paused Suzanne Delaney Free verse Free verse jaguar, analogy, animal, introspection, mystery,
The Jig Is Up Reason A. Poteet Alliteration Alliteration jaguar, 12th grade, drug, jobs,
From your lips to Santa's ears Kiki Eremie Sonnet Sonnet jaguar, christmas,
Premium Member Poem Why I do not drive a Jaguar Jannie Breedt Free verse Free verse jaguar, career, hilarious,
Premium Member Poem HALLOWEEN SCARE Line Gauthier Monorhyme Monorhyme jaguar, anxiety, halloween, horror,
Where Sometimes Through Erik Spector Free verse Free verse jaguar, cat, rainforest,
Premium Member Poem My True Love M Braimah Saaka I do not know? I do not know? jaguar, love,
Premium Member Poem Perfect Storm Gregory R Barden Rhyme Rhyme jaguar, metaphor, ocean, passion, romance,
Passionate Predators Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse jaguar, life, marriage, perspective, society,
A collection of Love is Poetry Jaguar Aa Harvey I do not know? I do not know? jaguar, endurance, happiness, how i
YOUR ARE ALONE IN YOUR THINKING Mohamed Manzur Bah ABC ABC jaguar, allusion, anxiety, emotions,
Active Emotions Geraldine Taylor Free verse Free verse jaguar, children, education,
Billy Jimsonweed and the Magic Icicle Walter Alter Free verse Free verse jaguar, how i feel,
My Wedding Day Alfonso II Warally Chris Light Verse Light Verse jaguar, emotions, inspirational, kiss, loneliness,
Premium Member Poem Eyes of the Orient Gregory R Barden Free verse Free verse jaguar, beauty, love, metaphor, passion,
Kamama Adanvdo Darlene Smith I do not know? I do not know? jaguar, animal, bird, butterfly, native
Premium Member Poem - Jaunty - Pleiades J - Sunshine Smile Verse Verse jaguar, animal, beauty,
Premium Member Poem Jaguar Joseph May Verse Verse jaguar, cat, nature,
Dandy Unique Nerd Gag six Abdullah Alhemaidy Senryu Senryu jaguar, sick,
This old car Susan Gage Free verse Free verse jaguar, car,
ABOUT THE PANTHER VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER Free verse Free verse jaguar, animal, anxiety, beauty, fate,
The Loner Marco Kalunduka Sonnet Sonnet jaguar, solitude, , Lullaby,
I heard I might find a poet here Part 3 Chris Green Epic Epic jaguar, beauty, poetry,
MARK OF THE PANTHER VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER Free verse Free verse jaguar, adventure, africa, animal, day,
Reflections in the Mist Freddie Robinson Jr. Romanticism Romanticism jaguar, spiritual,
Premium Member Poem Dreams of what may have been Lewis Raynes Rhyme Rhyme jaguar, humorous, life,
New Year 366 Page 57b Owen Yeates Light Verse Light Verse jaguar, celebration,
Kitty-cornered Jaguar Jolene Cheyney Pantoum Pantoum jaguar, fun, drug,
Premium Member Poem The Difference In Children's Toys And Grown Up Toys Sara Kendrick Footle Footle jaguar, life,
Night prowler Keith Teaser Rhyme Rhyme jaguar, animal, cat, character, rain,
Premium Member Poem The Amazon River Ralph Sergi Rhyme Rhyme jaguar, nature,
Life according to Abdul Abdul Malik Free verse Free verse jaguar, life,
Seemed Like A Good Idea Bill Lindsay Shape Shape jaguar, funny,
Premium Member Poem The SnaffyLaffy Swiger Andrea Dietrich Rhyme Rhyme jaguar, fantasy, , cute,
Premium Member Poem Zoo Day Laura Leiser Abecedarian Abecedarian jaguar, animal, nature,
Possession Gawaine Ross Blank verse Blank verse jaguar, myth,
Dominica Gawaine Ross Blank verse Blank verse jaguar, romance,
Nature's Bond Glory Winzer Rhyme Rhyme jaguar, family, nature, together,
Hitting Up the old Man Thomas Martin Footle Footle jaguar, addiction, betrayal, school, son,
I carry all RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY Verse Verse jaguar, poetry,
fitting in J.W. Earnings Free verse Free verse jaguar, beauty, deep, depression, fear,
Day Dreamers Call Laura Dodd I do not know? I do not know? jaguar, cool, day, desire, dream,

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Jaguar Poem Example

THE CURSE OF THE GYPIES

Underneath the light of the full moon, a she-creature
Prowls through the thickets wild.
Stalking quietly waiting for the canvas city to
Slumber into a lazy sleep, ever closer silent sleek black
Paws sneak forward ready to draw its vengeance.
She is the curse of the gypsies, made from the
Blood of a crimson star, which split apart and fell
To earth below.
Two small shards burnt through the forest canopy,
And cut deeply into the earth's soil itself.
Creations ground zero, for rebirth leaving behind
Two lunar figures, one of light, the other as 
Dark as pitch, identical twins of a solar eclipse.
Spin did the wheels of the gypsy’s caravan, stopping nearby,
Finding these orphan’s of the skies, they became
Foundling's of the nomad’s tribe.
Oh beauty of the heavens did glow in the light
Of the bright child, as darkness’s black emptiness,
So burned within her ebony sister kindred.
These solar babies grew in power year by year,
Until thirteen summers and nights had passed by,
One day a great storm came to the tented world
Of the gypsies, flashing thunder and lightning,
Burned and tore at the traveling village.
The dark child crouched in shadows corner,
But the child of light emerged willing to sacrifice
Her life for those whom had saved hers.
Ascending upwards to appease the heavens
Itself the storm God, welcomed and excepted
This child of lights sacrifice.
But the child of darkness was angered, and
Took her revenge on the gypsies, vowing to
Leave none alive.
So she follows them, stalking where ever their
Wheels cut into the damp soil, this is the curse
Of the gypsies.
So these nomads must keep moving always,
But on this night many souls shall know pure
Terror.
For through the thickets under bush,
She waits for the canvas town to sleep, then
Will strike, to satisfy the aching within her blackened heart.
By tooth and claw strike, to be illuminated by
The beautiful face of her sister twin, whom
Weeps amongst the heavens above,
In sorrow for those she herself loved so
Much, are killed, by the darkness of her
Own sister kindred.,
Whom roars with fiendish delight, at her victims
Pain, the black jaguar a lost child of a fallen star.

BY: CHERYL ANNA DUNN

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