Analogy Poems | Examples of Analogy Poetry

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Categories: analogy, birth, blessing, christian,
Divided Circle
by abel olivencia
When the robin builds it's nest
to herald in the bloom
Thawed trails open up
a mountain's coveted woods

And afield the animals stir
as a fragrance of nuts, berries
and...

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Categories: analogy, animal, political,
Terrapins And Politicians
by David Whalen O Haolin in ancient Celtic

Terrapins And Politicians

Turtles atop fence posts
Is another name for politicians
Who seem at the very most
Not able to handle the spot they’re in

They shouldn’t be 
Where...

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Categories: analogy, conflict, how i
Premium Membershoulda read the fine print
by James Edward Lee Sr.
                        ...

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Categories: analogy,
Flowering and Towering
by James Horn
Flowering and Towering

From her mind poems were flowing  and flowering,
And high above the world they had been towering;
Ability endowed,
And was  proud;
Effort to write...

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Categories: analogy,
Despite Each Terminite
by James Horn
Despite Each Terminite

We have fought for things  that are right,
Despite each enemy and terrible termite,
From sin  free,
Do want to be;
Had took a big...

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Categories: analogy,
World With My Brother
by James Horn
World With My Brother

My brother's world this has been,
And God's love  did let life begin;
Did search and search,
Where sin would lurch;
God had saved me...

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Categories: analogy,
Supporters Who Are Staunch
by James Horn
Launch Staunch Supporters

What we will  want to do is launch, 
Supporters who  seem so staunch;
Were Faithful full,
With white  wool;
In great shape without...

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Categories: analogy, dedication, flower, moon,
The Sun, The Moon and Rainbows
by David Whalen O Haolin in ancient Celtic
Flowers listen to
The Sun and Moon…and know how
To hear the rainbows
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Categories: analogy,
Survive Until Five Five Five Five
by James Horn
Survive Until Five Five Five Five

Hope my poetry writing will survive
Until I finally arrive at five five five five
Had  surveyed,
Was dismayed;
Then killed each poem...

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Categories: analogy,
Starting and Beginning To See
by James Horn
Starting and Beginning To See

Am starting and beginning to see,
Glad it had been you and not me;
My coffee  perk,
While you work,
And rested and better...

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Categories: analogy,
Gallant Gazebo
by James Horn
Great Things Grow In Gazebo

In gallant  gazebo great  things grow;
Like my curiosity which you do know;
Do ameliorate;
Not  humiliate;
To Trump brain caused a...

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Categories: analogy,
Horn Haiku and Point of View
by James Horn
So what should I say
Words went away anyway
For Another day.

How is that for Horn haiku,
Along with his point of view.

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Categories: analogy, goodbye, lost love,
Premium MemberLast Lie, Cold
by Gregory R Barden

Your breath upon the window freezes, lace

               Yet, warm upon my...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, celebration, environment,
Premium MemberLively Tree
by James Edward Lee Sr.
                       I climb...

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Categories: analogy,
This Friday Bible Study
by James Horn
This week’s lesson is “Friendship with the World”,                 ...

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Categories: analogy,
Papi Mario Is No Goat
by Mario Vitale
Papi Mario Is Not A Goat

triple down economics as I sit back and recline in the tropics
sipping on Pina Colada being massaged by a woman...

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Categories: analogy,
What Trump Said Should Record
by James Horn
What Trump Said Should Record

Prayed for a great idea from my Lord;
When Trump talks you  should record;
Whatever he said,
Until dead in bed,
Always will be...

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Categories: analogy,
Tempo and Style
by James Horn
Tempo and Style

Tempo sure seems to be related to style;
See many sites after traveling each mile;
Up did speed;
Took the lead;
More poems am aware you can...

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Categories: analogy,
Sorted and Escorted Then Deported
by James Horn
Sorted and Escorted Then Deported

Illegal immigrants all were sorted,
Out and they had been  escorted,
Had occurred;
Crying heard,
Then did end up being deported.

So sad seeing a...

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Categories: analogy,
Fallacy and Palsy
by James Horn
Fallacy and Palsy

May be many  errors in Trump's policy,
In them we have often found a fallacy;
A big  scare,
And not fair;
Shipping out  someone...

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Categories: analogy,
Steps Trump Took
by James Horn
Steps Trump Took

Each step Trump  took was  set aside;
Some were washed away at high tide;
Had a new  fad,
Which was bad,
And permanent his...

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Categories: analogy,
Trump A Sadist
by James Horn
Trump A Sadist

While reading this one that is the latest;
Not only is astounding but the greatest;
Do check menu;
Write  continue;
Some even have said Trump is...

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Categories: analogy,
Genitallia on an Azalia
by James Horn
Genitallia on an Azalia

Remember taking a cruise to Australia;
And I did  forget to bring my genetalia;
Gently put down;
Without a sound;
Were found lying on a...

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Categories: analogy,
Response To Question About Trump
by James Horn
Response To Question About Trump

Whole place up I sure hate to stink,
But about Trump what do you think?
Approach holistic;
We went ballistic;
So flush him down hole...

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Categories: analogy, art, image, integrity,
Transcendental Trauma
by Trey Hamner
Their elan and their eclat only made my ennui bloom
It made me long, made me yearn for the womb or tomb

When given carte blanche by...

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Categories: analogy,
Reading My Catechism
by James Horn
Reading My Catechism

Remember reading my catacism,
And problems regarding rascism;
Am  apprehensive,
And also sensative;
Definately is causing cynacism.

Jim Horn

God bless Martin Luther King.
Was his name originally Michael?
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Categories: analogy,
For Carolyn Who We Miss
by James Horn
For Carolyn Who We Miss

Wish from you I could hear;
In St. James would be near;
Do survive,
Remain alive,
And for you do shed a tear.

Jim Horn

She is...

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Categories: analogy,
More of My Combined Poems
by James Horn
More of My Combined Poems

Use language of who you want to appeal to;
Will never be me but might or may be you;
Same old song;
Am not...

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Categories: analogy,
A New Commission
by James Horn
A New Commission

What we will need is Trump's permission, 
So we can start a new commission,  
Designed for a specific purpose in mind, 
But...

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Categories: analogy, black african american,
BriTTLe
by Jason Jenkins
Savor sacrifices made this day.To all who look on may some shine like the dawn.Sparkle and glimmer with light divine for others that may see...

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Categories: analogy,
Martin King Middle Name Luther
by James Horn
Totally Triumphant King 

Was Martin King middle name Luther
Who we understand had been a roofer;
Trouble trying to get to the bottom of,
While living in country...

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Categories: analogy,
Appears So Much Strain
by James Horn
Appears So Much Strain

Sometimes appears so much strain,
And find it hard to fight off the pain;
According to wife's latest directive,
Wants me to become more selective.

Did...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, body, deep,
Heart
by Christen Foster
Oh’ heart you are such a fragile thing, from you dancers dance and singers sing.
The painter paints their next masterpiece, with you in every stroke...

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Categories: analogy, december, giggle, imagination,
the better late than never free admission confessio
by matthew harris
...exhortations against Ole Saint Nick
(alternately titled untold treasured shenanigans of Santa)

his elves and reindeer discovered only 
by colluding via "FAKE" fluke 
did I manage to...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, blessing, celebration,
Premium MemberQUENCH NOT THE SPIRIT
by James Edward Lee Sr.
Lord, Father God I am thirsty;
Lord, I'm thirsty
give me drink, Oh, Lord
Father give me drink
nevermore, shall I thirst
I am yours
forevermore

Quench not the spirit
brother, quench not...

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