Love Poems About Wild Boar or Wild Boar Love Poems
by John Monteblanco |
Categories: confusion, love,

Time To Let Go

I'm depressed
My anger- fueled by the words "I love you."
I'm under the stars
Ice cold rain smashing the ground like Thor's hammer through a skull.
Yeah I'm mad
And f#cked up, but my insanity can convert back to sanity
And my anger can and will be tamed like a wild boar.
I will scrap those three words, but I won't forget your face

Yes I act like an animal
Because THAT is how we started.
I'm happy to have met you in all your clothed magnificent glory...but it's time that I let go.

by Veerle Heyninck Florimond Margriet |
Categories: inspirational

Sidelines of Balance

when one thinks about the truth 
go down the cave of
 love are called angular
 rivers across the landscape of the resistance

we know the existence of happiness is 
not an impulse in
 yourself or a mourning of 
the absolute risk with the
 air cleared up visions of our heaven
 comes off the stand and the wild boar of Tempt 
the defendant wishes to be the one to do revolutionary 
thinkers tie on the sidelines of balance

by Darla Seely |
Categories: animal, murder, old, success, violence,

Tigers Pounce On Their Prey

Tigers are the biggest cat in the wild 
They love to pounce on their prey.
They lunge at animals' necks.
With their powerful jaws they hold on tight.

They pounce on and attack
Deer, wild boar and baby elephants.
When ill or injured, they will kill people
They can't catch their normal prey.

Tigers are known to hunt from dusk until dawn 
When their prey are more active.
Their strong legs and sharp claws
Help them take down their prey efficiently.

Their keen sense of hearing and sight
Allow them to attack with precision.
Their unique coat patterns allow them
To get close to prey without being detected.