I've always thought I was a tiger
Turned out I'm just a bear
But when it comes to love
I've always got more to spare
See tigers are loners
They stalk in the night
But bears, at least females
give off their own fright.
I've learned I'm a mother
those not in a real sense
but I take care of others
and men make me tense.
Kids are my life
though i have none
and bears just raise young
till they are done
-Merissa Hurtubise

  • Authors: Merissa
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  • Finished: March 9th, 2018 15:00
  • Limit: 6 stanzas
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  • Comment from author about the poem: There's a few mistakes and its not the best but I was in a rush. It wasn't even finished but I had to stop so I submitted what I had. Feel free to add your own. I want to know what your inner beast is.
  • Category: Nature
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