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Short Bobcat Poems

Short Bobcat Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Bobcat by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Bobcat by length and keyword.


Premium Member a bobcat's cry
a woman screaming
as she is being murdered
or a bobcats cry
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Categories: bobcat, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Senryu



florida
the bobcat whistle's
plenty of sticks to lean on
the drama?its had...

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Categories: bobcat, art,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member American Bobcat
Bobcat slipping thru
The underbrush hidden there
Camoflauged  color...

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Categories: bobcat, animals, imagination, nature
Form: Haiku
Bobcat
Playing cat and hare
Cotton tail was unaware 
Till she caught his stare

By Robb A. Kopp
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Categories: bobcat, adventure, animals, nature
Form: Haiku
Premium Member red feathered roosters
red feathered roosters cock-a-doodle-do long, loud.... bobcat screech
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Categories: bobcat, nature,
Form: Haiku



Wood Cat
Strong and stealthy, Bold and Brave, Watching the Bobcat I know to behave Quick and Quiet. Patient and Pure.
June 13, 2017 ...

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© Dean Wood  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bobcat, animal, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Twig Snap
a twig snap from the cliff - bobcat treetops glint in sunlight - jackrabbit leaps footpath between the trees - hoot owl
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Categories: bobcat, animal, bird, cat, nature, poems, poetry,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member A Twig Snap
a twig snap from the cliff - bobcat treetops glint in the sunlight - jackrabbit leaps footpath between the trees - hoot owl
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Categories: bobcat, animal, cat, nature, poems, poetry,
Form: Haiku
The Bobcat
                                 Forty five pounds of TNT, quick and lean
              Hunts at night, seldom seen in the day, can freeze like a deer
                  Without notice, screams, jumps and goes up your spine...

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© Danny Nunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bobcat, animals
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Guess What?
Looking intently at me with lime green eyes
Those ears perked, listening for any tiny sound
Under the rug trying to play innocent

Gray with black markings like a bobcat
Tiny button nose adorned by whiskers
Gracing that smiling mouth, heart capturing...

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Categories: bobcat, animals
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member My Hair Stood on End
it came from my left
my hair stood on end
a woman being murdered?
raped and murdered?
my heart was beating faster now
the woods have never looked this dark
I am horrified
mountain lion my friend tells me later
no I argue
It sounded like a woman being raped and murdered
exactly he said, smiling
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Categories: bobcat, scary,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Storm Tantrum
Wild hoof beats rumble this night, and rattle my window panes
The day had not noticed that dark clouds tiptoed in on bobcat feet
Stomping feet, like a spoiled child, a storm vents, cries, then flees


____________________________
For the "On Your Feet" Contest
Sponsor: Nette Onclaud
By Carrie Richards 1/29/12...

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Categories: bobcat, nature,
Form: Sijo
Premium Member Keeping Order
On a back porch the feline sat watching a busy sewer rat while overhead a flying bat diplomat of their habitat observing preying pussycat had to get even tit-for-tat squealing he warned that sewer rat it took off like a scared bobcat!
1-15-2020 First Time Here - Any Monorhyme Poetry Contest William Kekaula...

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Categories: bobcat, animal, cat, nature, poems, poetry,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Injured/ Unfinished
Dragging back to the den
Leg and hip injured
Torn ears and  skin
Mother coyote slowly moves

Being attacked by the bobcat
Left her wounded body and soul
Now she has to see that her young
Are loved, nutured, trained, and fed

Seeing her in such a state
Knowing that she needed help
But how can one help a wild one
Especially one with young...

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Categories: bobcat, allegory
Form: I do not know?
An Odd Bobcat
An odd bobcat
my father was
looked more like

a Siamese asleep
in his recliner 
till a nightmare 

from the war
woke him and
he sat up snarling

whiskers aflame
teeth brilliant
diamonds

glistening as
we kids sat there
quietly hoping

he would
fall asleep again
because we had met

the Siamese 
and didn’t want to 
meet the bobcat


Donal Mahoney
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Categories: bobcat, father son,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Permanently Stained
With a whirr and grind
Slowly creeps up inching along
Then the banging sounds
The "Bobcat" reaches his paw
Out as far as it can
Pulling back black plastic
Discarded cardboard boxes
Tidbits of vegetables, file thirteen coupons
Last nights scrapes

Then the male voices
Men in banana yellow shirts
Permanently stained 
Men who come once or twice weekly
Creeping along  
Getting the tough smelly job done.....

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Categories: bobcat, on work and working
Form: Free verse
There is a Summer
There is a summer
come along on windtide
weaving through the reeds
return like an old friend

Bags and beachtowels in the trunk
there is a summer
port town postcards always
too little room to tell

Winding round a mountain road
down through Bobcat Pass again
there is a summer
waving for the camera

Once then in the cool night
you took my hand
as we watched the birds fly home
there is a summer gone


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Categories: bobcat, life, seasons,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member scream pierces the night
My feet are freezing in this forest tonight. I wish I had worn my extra socks. Through the tree there is a light. A scream pierces the air. Hair stands on end on my neck. A werewolf? A bobcat? Mountain lion? I begin to walk faster, expecting to die in boots with freezing feet.

			        scream pierces the night
	                    mountain lion or brave bobcat
                                 my hair stands on end
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Categories: bobcat, animal, night,
Form: Haibun
Lulled Into a Dream
Under the silvery light of the moon,
I heard the cry of a distant loon.
Closer by I detected the bark,
Of a lone coyote out in the dark.
The wild bobcat out on the prowl,
Stirred up the screeching of a midnight owl.
While crickets sang a happy refrain,
I heard the whistle of a nearby train.
Competing with the urgent siren whine,
Was the soft humming of the telephone lines.
And the trickling of a sleepy stream, 
Lulled me fast into a friendly dream....

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Categories: bobcat, nature,
Form: Rhyme