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Mountain Lion Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Answering Shriek To My Left Caren Krutsinger Rhyme mountain lion, scary,
Premium Member Poem Life Changes Happen Fast Be Ready Caren Krutsinger Free verse mountain lion, meaningful, nostalgia, self,
The Trap Rhona McFerran Rhyme mountain lion, abuse, best friend, betrayal,
Me J.W. Earnings Free verse mountain lion, angst,
Premium Member Poem A Knowing Without Knowing How Caren Krutsinger Prose Poetry mountain lion, animal, mystery, nature, spiritual,
Rocky Mountains Adrian Sutalo Rhyme mountain lion, adventure, animal, christian, imagery,
interlude jan hansen Blank verse mountain lion, conflict, courage, creation, cute
Or Ultimately We All Fall Paloma P Free verse mountain lion, allegory, analogy, hyperbole, poetess,
Premium Member Poem ALICE IN MY WONDERLAND cherl dunn Free verse mountain lion, adventure, beauty, fantasy, imagination,
Premium Member Poem Soul Stance River - 21 Justin Bordner Epic mountain lion, adventure,
The Forest Brynn Rose Rhyme mountain lion, adventure, animal, beautiful, beauty,
For Sale Kayt LaDue Heroic Couplets mountain lion,
Greenbrier River Dreams Faye Gibson Free verse mountain lion, dream, imagery, mountains, places,
Premium Member Poem Spooky The Spooky Horse Kim Robin Edwards Free verse mountain lion, horse, poetry,
Premium Member Poem THE COUGAR cherl dunn Free verse mountain lion, america, animal, beauty, courage,
Haiku Trilogy Selena Howard Haiku mountain lion, nature,
Premium Member Poem On a Black Day - Death Survives - Series 3 HGarvey Daniel Esquire Narrative mountain lion, faith, family, father, life,
Premium Member Poem Old Granny Goodness Carol Eastman Free verse mountain lion, adventure, animals, caregiving, confusion,
hollyhocks Anna Ruiz I do not know? mountain lion, allegory, inspirational, introspection, nostalgia,
The Skunk Danny Nunn I do not know? mountain lion, animals
The Night Of The Cougar Ronald Bingham Narrative mountain lion, imagination, old, rain, sound,

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Mountain Lion Poem Example


Lady liberty, hold your flame light high, 
Beware the path thy cross, in the wild undiscovered
Wilderness of the U.S.A.
For it is here a fierce native predator,  
Stalks the rocky ranges bad lands,
Behold the American mountain lion.
Known as the cougar.
Nature's solitary soldier, walks with
Silences stealth and predatory cunning.
Beneath the thickets underbrush,
The beast does savor, upon his preys weakness,
And relishes the hunt of engagement.
Secretive creature, an apex hunter,
Wearily observing, his natural habitats
Surroundings, this king
Survives by tooth and claw alone.
Once hunted to the brink of extinction,
At the hands of mankind, and greed's bounty.
Nobility's instinctual majesty, has reclaimed
His mighty throne, on the cliff tops high.
The cougar, represents a come backs promise,
We as American's shall leave none of our
Own behind, has recovered and announces
His arrival with a mighty roar.
In the heights forbidden realm, the big horn sheep,
Smacks his antlers against his reveling foe, 
It's soundings echo is heard for miles,
Abreast the whitening fallen snow,
But the great feline lord, has now returned,
To his ancestral territory, a shadow flash,
Of golden brown, a royal phantom to 
The art of war, clashing with basic instincts
Desire to survive.
Behold the pride stands tall, upon the
Red bands of freedom, nay liberation’s
Symbol soars above the lion's den,
Beneath the night's sky shines with
Old glory's stars hanging in beauty's favor,
We honor him, this the great American lion,
The Cougar.


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