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A Dying Tiger&Mdash;Moaned For Drink - Poem by Emily Dickinson
A Dying Tiger—moaned for Drink—
I hunted all the Sand—
I caught the Dripping of a Rock
And bore it in my Hand—
His Mighty Balls—in death were thick—
But searching—I could see
A Vision on the Retina
Of Water—and of me—
'Twas not my blame—who sped too slow—
'Twas not his blame—who died
While I was reaching him—
But 'twas—the fact that He was dead—
Comments about A Dying Tiger&Mdash;Moaned For Drink by Emily Dickinson
A Dying Tiger&Mdash;Moaned For Drink
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The Tale Of The Tiger-Tree
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john tiong chunghoo
Howard Phillips Lovecraft
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A Tiger From Woods
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Oddyssey-The Bengal Tiger
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From Tigerlet To Tiger
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New Tiger Poems
- Joe Exotic, Andrew Eufre Belga
- Far Beyond The Truth With Tiger And Cat, Gajanan Mishra
- A Tiger, Kapali Kaali
- Justice To The Tigress-A Play, Rohan Bendre
- Hungry Tiger Wisdom, Ramona Thompson
- Tiger Tiger Tiger, Gajanan Mishra
- TIGER SKINS (LAT NJY), Aku Wuwu
- Tiger, Tiger!, Dominic Windram
- A Hunter Nearly Hunted, Tulsi Shrestha
- Tiger Cultivation, Kanishka SricharanPratap
The tiger, on the other hand, Is kittenish and mild, And makes a pretty playfellow For any little child. And mothers of large families (Who claim to common sense) Will find a tiger well repays The trouble and expense.
What of the hunting, hunter bold? Brother, the watch was long and cold. What of the quarry ye went to kill? Brother, he crops in the jungle still. Where is the power that made your pride? Brother, it ebbs from my flank and side. Where is the haste that ye hurry by? Brother, I go to my lair to die!
Elegy Upon Tiger
Her dead lady's joy and comfort, Who departed this life The last day of March, 1727: To the great joy of Bryan That his antagonist is gone. And is poor Tiger laid at last so low? O day of sorrow! -Day of dismal woe! Bloodhounds, or spaniels, lap-dogs, 'tis all one, When Death once whistles -snap! -away they're gone. See how she lies, and hangs her lifeless ears, Bathed in her mournful lady's tears! Dumb is her throat, and wagless is her tail, Doomed to the grave, to Death's eternal jail! In a few days this lovely creature must First turn to clay, and then be changed to dust. That mouth which used its lady's mouth to lick Must yield its jaw-bones to the worms to pick. That mouth which used the partridge-wing to eat Must give its palate to the worms to eat. Methinks I see her now in Charon's boat Bark at the Stygian fish which round it float; While Cerberus, alarmed to hear the sound, Makes Hell's wide concave bellow all around. She sees him not, but hears him through the dark, And valiantly returns him bark for bark. But now she trembles -though a ghost, she dreads To see a dog with three large yawning heads. Spare her, you hell-hounds, case your frightful paws, And let poor Tiger 'scape your furious jaws. Let her go safe to the Elysian plains, Where Hylax barks among the Mantuan swains; There let her frisk about her new-found love: She loved a dog when she was here above. The Epitaph Here lies beneath this marble An animal could bark, or warble: Sometimes a bitch, sometimes a bird, Could eat a tart, or eat a t -.
*royal Bengal Tiger
Royal bengal tiger! When swim to pass across river Target is determined. Just straight forward move on To reach that place has set out. Ever if waves move little Back to the beginning point. Straight a must No left no right Upright - just. Royal bengal do not know, jostle and joggle He knows- Hazardous jolt, Frightening thunderbolt! Eyes are radiant with glory Trustworthy. Richer colour for Amazing stripes Created ancient myth and folklore Royal bengal tiger never agree with Mischievous counsel of jackals. (The national animal of Bangladesh is Royal Bengal Tiger) 2/2/2008 ©copyright by sarwar chowdhury. all rights reserved.