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Death Poems About Panther

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Poem Details | by Regina McIntosh |
Categories: animal, beautiful, creation, fear, grief, nature, rain,

Panther

Captivating with its coat of deepest black Vibrant in a way that only the wild creates This creature leaves only its deep track To show the fullness of its heavy weights Like a shadow, lying soft along the crests The graceful touch of its form is majestic Breathing life into the music that suggests Its lair holds the bones of some domestic Whispers of mystery echo through the leaves Traipsing across tree limbs toward nightfall Where only wild he’s dined on truly grieves For the loss reflected in droplets of rainfall Panther Poetry Contest Sponsor: Julia Ward October 5, 2020


Poem Details | by Alexander Blackie |
Categories: allegory, animal, dark, death, mythology, nature,

Panther

Once the gentle panther was loved by all
save dragon, the Devil, who hid in fear.
Believed to be good it held all in thrall
likened to the life of Christ held so dear
for rising after three days’ rest to call,
roaring so loud and sweet none failed to hear.
But wild, they follow to a fatal maul
with a sleek panther of face so frightening,
hidden from prey then killed like lightning.