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Hyperbole Poems | Examples of Hyperbole Poetry

Hyperbole Poems - Examples of all types of hyperbole poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for hyperbole.

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Premium Member Behemoth Sniveling
The Ogre took a body blow, tumbling to the ground. He enlisted the forces of government, the regime he always labeled “deep state.” Blubbering, he sat there, enlisting Department of Justice lawyers ...Read More
Categories: hyperbole, change, corruption, extended metaphor,
Form: Political Verse



Premium Member Subvert
Subvert Their plot is cleverly disguised, patiently abiding time, Whilst higher on the economy they climb Making dime their only crime They have almost succeeded they’re on their prime. Job losses loom Internet sales boom Diverting...Read More
Categories: betrayal, hyperbole,
Form: Rhyme
Ne Wou
The women is a storm- she gets and she gores, just before she warms, because the the women is a storm... Her lips are her pours, her hips really should warn, every sorry sore- unabashed like the man in his core, thinking he...Read More
Categories: hyperbole, appreciation, endurance, freedom, friend,
Form: Ballade
Housekeeping not a strong suit with the missus
(***warning ungapatchka language ahead***) Flush with rage the spouse will become allied if reference made how she buzzfeeds disorder altercation especially likely if divorce blurted making me wish to experience (immediately) bartered bride, when mine pointed finger doth nonverbally chide markedly...Read More
Categories: hyperbole, adventure, environment, humorous, husband,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Effete
My dear Miss Peach how lovely! Your table boasts so fair You've chosen the finest bubbly Best porcelain plates and crystal ware Your handpicked guests are perfect They know just what to say They are prefects without defects With no real opinions...Read More
Categories: hyperbole, identity,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member To A Flamingo
Oh, fabulous flamingo, you're my craze, feathered in your cotton-candy glaze. You imbue joy to my days as I observe your whimsical ways. Extraordinary, you never cease to amaze, your legendary pink, fueling scientific essays. A splendiferous bird worthy of praise, uniquely...Read More
Categories: hyperbole, 10th grade, 8th grade,
Form: Ode
clothing
fresh molt of the snake at the edge of forest path my old shoes still snug...Read More
Categories: hyperbole,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Mathematics - Pleiades
Most Machivellian Morally moribund, Malignant, misguided, Meanly maladjusted, Mortally menacing, Mentally malicious, Monstrous material. 10/2/20 "Pleiades" J. May....Read More
Categories: hyperbole, analogy, how i feel,
Form: Verse
Premium Member NIGHTLIFE
shaking fairyland forest gazillions of acorns sleet are the squirrels playing slots — ...Read More
Categories: animal, hyperbole, nature,
Form: Dodoitsu
Premium Member An Appeal to a Simple Poem
To string three words together And appeal to simple Align my self with heavenly points of light To cleanse my words of wrong intention Unscrew meaning, untwist perception Incite delight Remove pretentions built upon forms Neither desired nor pierced But set...Read More
Categories: analogy, hyperbole, image, muse,
Form: Free verse
Lock Down Fears
A very good morning to all my fans, My uplighters, my blossom, an add on to my faithful viewers amongst my midst in a pandemonium world: While the bush fire continues out west in Brooklyn streets, we...Read More
Categories: hyperbole, 1st grade, america, angst,
Form: Light Verse
I want you, lol
as you ogle at me ~will submerge you whole in my dilating skin Aug 25, 2020 First place in the contest:-) Note:Flirt with me Poetry Contest Sponsored by Bobby May...Read More
Categories: hyperbole, romantic love, sensual,
Form: Monoku
Demonstrations' Heat
a fourstitch (quatrain), chain-rhymed in response to global warming and climate change Environmental agendas of the left see such solutions left far behind in the demonstrations of today. The political climate is shifting. “Peaceful” protests have left us bereft. they are scarcely...Read More
Categories: 11th grade, fire, hyperbole,
Form: Quatrain
Once upon a country
Once upon a time In the distant past There was a country Built by the sweat of her adopted children And painstakingly through thick and thin Became God’s own country The light of the world Whenever she spoke, the international community stood...Read More
Categories: hyperbole, allusion, america, betrayal, change,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Customary Whines
From the help spilled forth customary whines Moaned that their duties were fraught with deadlines That it couldn't be worse If they were in a hearse! Time to exchange their complaints for complines Note:...Read More
Categories: hyperbole, prayer, work,
Form: Limerick

Specific Types of Hyperbole Poems

Definition | What is Hyperbole in Poetry?