Poems about Animals
Once upon an adventure I dream of the stars I contimplate saturn, jupiter, mars
Tortoise and the Hare Once Upon a Time In world were animals talked And walked with a purpose
Once upon a time, In woods of thistle and thyme, Lived a lonely man called Griselhiem.
Wishes give full power, to a human, to an animal, to you. Aladdin sparkled and stroked a lamp,
Our carbon footprints our increasing While our recycling bins our shrinking The temperatures our increasing
America the great and beautiful. I love you so, but you torment me.
There is a vast ocean of things I don’t understand, Instead of taking the time; to explain these things,
Image is fierce, as behavior is danger Eyes gleam, sharp As a dagger in the moonlight
I want to live forever! I want to live forever To see the alien skies of bended spaces
May the Universe ignore this day as it has the day you were concieved and the eventual day when you cease to be