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Wildcat Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem A Child's Day With Nature In The Nearby Woods, tenth poet in my poet dedication series Frank Stanton Robert Lindley Rhyme wildcat, appreciation, art, dedication, nature,
Premium Member Poem Want Ad for a Funeral Companion Anthony Slausin Free verse wildcat, funeral, life,
Premium Member Poem 'The Result of Anger and Hurt' Dear Heart Rhyme wildcat, anger, hurt, peace,
Premium Member Poem Playing Ball CayCay Jennings Rhyme wildcat, adventure, baseball, fun, games,
Feral fauxcroft wade Free verse wildcat, beautiful, cat, remembrance day,
Easter as interpreted by this atheist matthew harris Free verse wildcat, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Premium Member Poem LIFE'S FOOTBALLS Line Gauthier Rhyme wildcat, adventure, confusion, football, games,
Premium Member Poem Violin Notes Fall From Heaven No More Susan Ashley Free verse wildcat, child abuse, death, Lullaby,
Cat Lady Shadow Cat Looking for his Friends, Polecat, Copycat, Bobcat, Wildcat, Allie-Cat and Tomcat rick Cox Lyric wildcat, animal, art, cat, cute,
Premium Member Poem 'I walked with hurt and anger' Dear Heart Rhyme wildcat, anger, hurt,
Premium Member Poem McKayla The Magnificent Justin Bordner Epic wildcat, america, beauty, , cute,
Good News john scott Rhyme wildcat, morning,
No Love For Nature Or Man Andrew Crisci Sonnet wildcat, animal, bird, death, environment,
Whaleiam Funguson Jeb Bush Cowboy wildcat, animal, appreciation, cancer, death
Premium Member Poem ENTICED TO STAY nette onclaud Terza Rima wildcat, emotions, sensual,
Memories of Me Darlene Smith Rhyme wildcat, child, girl, memory, native
Premium Member Poem WIFE AND MOTHER Vicki Acquah Prose Poetry wildcat, death, death of a
Premium Member Poem WIFE AND MOTHER Vicki Acquah Prose wildcat, absence, death, irony,
At Plaza Square Fatima Nusairat Free verse wildcat, sad,
IT'S A DELIGHTFUL DAY TO CATCH FISH Andrew Crisci Rhyme wildcat, happiness, sea, summer,
Wildcat Erin Beckett Rhyme wildcat, life, love, metaphor,
Premium Member Poem inner animal Francine Roberts Tanka wildcat, feelings,
Premium Member Poem The Scottish Wild Cat giving facts of its Life Shadow Hamilton Narrative wildcat, animal, cat, nature, planet,
More Animal Footles-Just For Fun Deb Wilson Footle wildcat, animal, funny,
The Noble Savage CeAsia White Rhyme wildcat, introspection, life, passion, people,
The Old Shade Tree Patricia Prescott Free verse wildcat, autumn, nature,
LOSS OF A BREED Andrew Crisci Terza Rima wildcat, animals, history, loss, places,
Between Battles Ron Porter Blank verse wildcat, war
Sans Compass laura Hew Free verse wildcat, life
the flood Rob Metcalf Lyric wildcat, rain, rain,
Premium Member Poem Wildcat Ray Dillard Verse wildcat, nature, philosophy, visionary
LISTEN TO MOTHER EARTH Andrew Crisci Sonnet wildcat, naturemother,
LISTEN TO MOTHER EARTH Andrew Crisci Sonnet wildcat, naturemother,
Proportions of wo/man charmed by a snake Jayne Eggins Blank verse wildcat, love, passionme,
Sweet Love Nectar JANICE HERZOG ABC wildcat, passionlove, , sweet love,

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Wildcat Poem Example

WIFE AND MOTHER

WIFE AND MOTHER

 
Dearly Departed Sweetheart, and husband.
Some serious time I put in when I said " I do "-I kept true to the vows, but not to myself.
you have long been sick of me, and I hated I had to give up my "status" to be stuck with you. See people needed me when you hogged me up all for your self. Married me and gave me twelve children...Before birth control. You never bettered my lot. I would wash, cook, clean-routine. Children and more children, without the pleasure of making them. Not even a kiss did I get, On/off -bun in the oven...
I wanted to know "was that all there was"...and then death parted us. 
I never thought I would have another life, After your transition, I was living my life through two of our twelve Kids 
Now that you have left, and I still have life; I will be looking for the ecstasy...and getting advice on my new life from our babies. Coming out of the dungeon, I am not looking back in regret- nor am I sorrowful.
I just wish that being your wife and being only for you, meant I'd be privy to your prowess.... or could have meant that YOU also be my pleasure.
Agony without ecstasy is misery. I kept my vows and we are now parted.
I am sorry that we could not share our marital bed n blissful harmony.
Not even a kiss, "dearly departed husband"- You don't know what you've missed. 
I am a wildcat and just for the record, "You Didn't need that mistress".

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