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Love Poems About Panda or Panda Love Poems

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Poem Details | by Jo Daniel |
Categories: color,

Colors - Black and White

Life is in pieces of black and white Like a chessboard The moonlight shines through darkness of night Like a barcode ~ Noah chose a raven, then dove Bad luck or peace? A bride in white dressed in pure love Black mourn decease ~ The penguin and the zebra The snow leopard White tiger and the panda Monochrome weird ~ Milk boils when it is heated Tar melts when hot Cotton flies, wool is seated Coal heats the pot ~ I print all of these lines In jet black ink On a white sheet designed To make you think 02/21/17


Poem Details | by Cherie Durbin |
Categories: children

Giant Pandas

Giant pandas live in China.
They can swim and climb trees, too.
They're black and white and furry
And they love to eat bamboo!

Bonus activity: Print out a giant panda coloring sheet for each child (there are a few 
to choose from on animalstown.com) and have him or her color it.

Poem Details | by Sierra Arnold |
Categories: cat

A Kitten Named Panda

She's black with white spots.
She curls up on my chest when I lay down.
Mews and stretches
just to curl up again.
I love her so much...
She gives me a new sense of joy.
A new reason to continue.
My baby....

Poem Details | by Elisheba Yahudah |
Categories: family,

Shock Treatment

electricity poles
stand tall but who knows
how love lifts us all
love lifts us to call

to hear and breathe with one another
sister brother and mother
walks along the river
hug tight and kissed her

to know and embrace any tension
friction released plugged in remission
no faults and back talks
no satellites restrict halts

skies meteor falls
glue sticks tighter to paper yall
listen check the status of middle mass propaganda
black or white stripped panda

locked close tight stand up
don't forget to let up
pressure pressed like ketchup
mess up 



Poem Details | by Lost Girl |
Categories: desire, joy,

What should I do

What should I do?
It feels so wrong
Yet so right. No wait. 
I really shouldn't. 
Well... Maybe I should right?
No no no I can't. 
I really shouldn't. 
Should I go for it?
What do you think?
Oh no, our eyes met. 
I can't look away. 
Should I go for it?
The others will be
So mad if I do.
It was love at first 
Sight! Ugh!!! Oh my gosh!!!
Screw it. I want to,
So I will. Right now. 
*takes deep breath* It's done. 
I really did it.
I finally did it. 
They'll probably be mad,
But who cares? 
It's finally mine!!!
Have you figured it out yet?
What I'm talking about?
It's my very first... ... ...
Wait for it....
STUFFED PANDA!!!!!!!!

Poem Details | by June Ellen Smith |
Categories: animals

Bears

Bears, bears everywhere.
In my house everywhere!

China Zoo Panda come here.
Do they possess any fear?
Wild in the mountains, eat
Bamboo shoots. Yummy treat.

Polar bear among the ice.
Black skin under white, on
Frozen tundra. Now wonder
Why, I love bears! I care.

They're everywhere! Growling,
Bite! Sit, staring, hugs. Excite!

Poem Details | by Jo Hayton |
Categories: lost loveself, self,

My Only Salvation

I felt it leave me
The need to be pretty
Now love has gone

Just stick to self destruction
Trying to look as ill as possible
The coat I always pull on

When life is beyond
My control
Beyond my ability to steer

Panda eyes a ritual
No point in firing the eyes
If you are not here

Which self destruction button
Is the best to press
Bulmia, or starvation

Either way
The black dog now
Seems to be my only salvation..