Yes sir, I know. I can see it. Full points goes to you for that. Through the structure you put emphasis on that one and single quality of cheetah for which it is known as the fastest animal in the world, It's speed. It looks like a cheetah is on a hunt and while hunting when it took a jump you captured it in your eyes as this structure.
I was surprised why no one was nominating this poem. I mean a poem like this should get the nomination only for its structure, the content part comes later. I am going to come on that too.
Well, the content is written in a way to support the structure. Telling the reader about all those qualities of the cheetah which makes it undetectable to its prey. I love big cats like tiger, lion, and I am not even afraid of them. But still when it comes to choose among them, my most favorite is always cheetah.
Though very few of them left and only in Africa yet they are one of nature's best gift to us. And we know what we do with gifts given to us by nature. Same thing happening to them too. See how long they survive.
Theme is obviously, cheetah. Language is feline. No sir, language is just beautiful. The way you described every tiny detail of its beauty; From its body language to its eyes or regarding its mental and physical strength. I am so happy to read it and more happy that it isn't camouflaged anymore.
At last one request sir, please keep on surprising me and the rest of the pnq members with your poetic diction and such good structures.
I have really enjoyed reading everyone’s formed poems and particularly palindromes. I loved Michael’s description of a cheetah – celebrating its unique beauty and highlighting those wonderful features. The fact that it reads just as well backwards is owed to clever and careful placement of each and every word. Beautiful! :-) x