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For Sandra Chausse

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The noble, intelligent jaguar
Does not stalk through the night.

Much more initmate with the inky darkness
Through which she hunts her prey
The jaguar is a part of the night.

Eyes gliscening in the moonlight
A low rumble in her throat
This beautiful, lethal huntress,
Deadly killer in a luxurious spotted coat

Moves closer.

And closer.

And closer.

Before even seeing a hint of her fangs or claws
to feel her warm breath on your face is to know fear itself!

Pray that she just sniffs you contemptuously and walks away...


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The following comments are for "A poem about a jaguar, take 2"
by Eldros

Jaguar, Take 2
Wow. This is so beautiful! You created such a flawless, picturesque image of the jaguar in action. You would enjoy the Imagist poets, such as Ezra Pound and William Carlos Williams.

-ArsPoet2789ica

( Posted by: ArsPoet2789ica [Member] On: March 6, 2009 )

i must say
I must say she is right. The image is amazing...Im a fan of twists and turns, so at the beginning i wasnt all that into it, and when i reached the end i realised i had in my mind the perfect image of what u described! Quite remarkable

( Posted by: Shaza89 [Member] On: March 8, 2009 )

Thank you!
ArsPoet and Shaza,

Thank you for your praise! I'm glad you enjoyed the poem.

- Eldros

( Posted by: Eldros [Member] On: March 13, 2009 )





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