Hyperbole Poems | Poetry About Hyperbole

Hyperbole Poems. Below are examples of poems about hyperbole. This list of hyperbole poems is composed of the works of modern international poet members of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of hyperbole poetry. This list of works about hyperbole is an excellent resource for examples on how to write hyperbole poems.


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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Copy Writer Cliff Letts Couplet america, business, humorous, hyperbole,
Premium Member Poem For This Is The Story, An Old Poet Sought Not To Miss Robert Lindley Rhyme creation, fantasy, hyperbole, mythology,
Premium Member Poem Can't Make You Stalk Me Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse fear, health, humor, hyperbole,
Samson Knight Chess Mate Wed Ebony Queen matthew harris Free verse hyperbole, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Caitiff Gary Bateman Tanka hyperbole, allegory, betrayal, dark, discrimination,
Small laurie mahoney Ballad anxiety, emotions, hyperbole, sad,
Premium Member Poem When Deferred Dreams Become Blurred Visions millard lowe Prose Poetry hyperbole, allegory, black african american,
Premium Member Poem Enough Is Enough Emile Pinet Rhyme hyperbole, 10th grade, anxiety, funny,
A SMALL VILLAGE MOSES KISIANG'ANI MAKHAKHA Free verse humanity, humor, hyperbole,
Premium Member Poem Female eels with sex appeal Gershon Wolf Monoku fish, hyperbole, sexy,

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Flawing
by Jimmi Canada
Not a first,
Not a last,
Talking out loud about a relevency,
failing imaginations
Falling to style

1 old habbit
Mr. Yaddada,
this shouldn't all end over a bottle of good wine...

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Prose Poetry | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, allegory, america, anti bullying,

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Deep Depression
by Emile Pinet




A sullen sadness saturates my heart and soul
nothing outside of death warrants a smile.
           ...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, 12th grade, angst, anxiety,

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Despicable
by Gary Bateman
Despicable

A descriptive word—
That’s always hitting its mark!
Attacks and hurts us . . . 
	Hateful, wicked, and cruel . . . 
Degrades the human spirit!

Gary Bateman,...

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Tanka | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, allegory, angst, dark, discrimination,

Authenticated Addressed Partial Letter Circa 1970 part one
by matthew harris
Attributed To Concerned parents
of Traumatized Refugee
Dear Fred and Mary Anne MacLeod Trump...

Posthumous belated tattered letter fragment
recently discovered (liberally sprinkled with
hyperbole (presumed for greater audacious
zealousness), sans...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Authenticated Addressed Partial Letter Circa 1970 part one
by matthew harris
Attributed To Concerned parents
of Traumatized Refugee
Dear Fred and Mary Anne MacLeod Trump...

Posthumous belated tattered letter fragment
recently discovered (liberally sprinkled with
hyperbole (presumed for greater audacious
zealousness), sans...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Do You
by Kurt Philip Behm
Do you bore yourself?

Do you rent the space 
You’re standing in
Owning nothing
But default?

Do you recycle words
Until their utterance fails
Mistrusting your ability
To judge what’s right?

Do you...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: fantasy, hyperbole, proposal, repetition,

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Release
by Tim Smith
The DJ spins as the beats bring 
much needed release to a Friday 
crowded around the fodder 
of another forgotten time 

I knew her by...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, identity, love, poets,

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I Stole The Moon
by Emile Pinet


On a dark night I stole the moon
and placed it in a gold locket.
And just like a wealthy tycoon
I tucked it into my pocket.

I tried...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, 8th grade, fantasy, funny,

So Hard Undefined
by Kurt Philip Behm
Neither over nor under
  ahead or behind

My position unreferenced
  your judgment still blind

Not over nor under
  ahead or behind

So easy once labeled
—so...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole,

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A Hutinashro Irony - Iambic Tetrameter
by Michael Wegman
Headlines of irony in life…
Human satire—cuts like a knife.
The unsinkable ship, that sinks.
Surrounded by peeps, yet alone.
Priests who ‘prey’—yet sins they atone.
Pastor fights alcohol, but...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: analogy, humor, hyperbole, irony,

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Bouts Of Exaggeration
by Emile Pinet


I've a friend who lives in a fantasy
thinking everything revolves around him.
And I never really know what's true
in his world...pigs fly and ostriches swim.

He trumps...

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Sonnet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, 8th grade, character, feelings,

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His Old Clothes
by Emile Pinet



Standing silent, without a single friend
defiant in the face of wind and rain;
a fragile trickster, he is part pretend,
     and yet,...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, 8th grade, feelings, garden,

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The Four Faces Of Nature
by Emile Pinet


Spring dapples the landscape in shades of green
as life sprouts within a seed or a bean.
And flowers add color to every scene
flaunting exotic pigments rarely...

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Monorhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, 8th grade, beautiful, change,

Apollo Devotee Bathed Earthling Coppertone Fresco
by matthew harris
Caution taken (lathering
     exposed epidermis with sun screen)
     against harmful innocuous
     rich (Times...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, 11th grade, 12th grade,

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A Huffle-wink's Nearby
by Emile Pinet


You all know about fire breathing dragons
and their obsession for hoarding treasure.
But, have you ever heard of Huffle-winks
magical creatures...that promote pleasure.

Invisible, atop of dragonflies
they ride...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, 8th grade, cute, fairy,

Taking Todays Tumblerful Tea Time
by matthew harris
This teetotaler turns to tea
torquing temptation
towards tippling
thankfully, though
that tremendous tugging

teasing tendency thirst trumped,
thru teaching this totally tubular
toothless titular Texan thuggish tyrant
(titled Tsar Terry Troutman)
transcendental theology

tenets...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, 11th grade, 12th grade,

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A Butt Tuba
by Emile Pinet


Someone on the subway’s playing a butt tuba
whoever this boob is...his flagellant notes stink.
And when some, borrow or rob, panhandler gets off
I fine tuned my...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, 8th grade, 9th grade,

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Fallen
by Andrew Travis
Though his name's been forgotten,
All the people downtrodden,
By a king who bore wings
In the Valley of Goddin.

Long he reigned as the lord of the fleas;
He'd...

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Rubaiyat | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, allegory, corruption, fantasy, humanity,

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Palindromes - A Great Day Out
by Mick Talbot
Maram grass dewed.
An adda takes a chance,
And, drinks from the dewed Maram,
Ere the sun dried it.
Now full of pep was awa.
Saw, I was astounded!
Or did...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole,

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My Bite's Not Fatal
by Emile Pinet


If I could...I’d be a Gila monster
a desert lizard living under rocks.
For then I would not know of winter snows
and my greatest fear would be...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: hyperbole, cute, fantasy, how i



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