Metaphor Iambic Pentameter Poems

These Metaphor Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about Metaphor. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter Metaphor poems written by international poets.


Tides of Life by KalMiQAz ProLiterate I
This ocean so full of constant commotion,
for many it can be the horn of plenty, 
if they know how to trudge on with devotion,
else its...

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Categories: analogy, gospel, growing up,

Melting Thoughts by Sneha RV The Literature Lover
The snowflakes, white and pure, they ballet in
       Like newborn thoughts that surface from within,
We would be wise to...

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Categories: feelings, metaphor, snow,



Hopeless by Phillipe Foucher
Planes breaking like towers on 9/11
Is anyone in heaven labeled 7
Stuck in hell with a big gun on my belt 
Ready to fight my way...

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Categories: africa, christian, confusion, introspection,

Premium MemberThe Tale of Hairless Cat by Sandra Haight
They say just there beyond the valley, that
     there lived inside a house a little cat
who never went outside to run...

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Categories: cat, lonely, metaphor,

Premium MemberPress the Button by Eileen Manassian
Now press that button, press it if you dare
Before you do that though, are you aware...
that when you press that button, you agree
That there are...

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Categories: freedom, humorous,

The Maiden's Song - A Poem by Giorgio AV by gautami phookan
(Metrical form of writing worthily represented here in this poem composed by Giorgio Venetopoulos, had remained unpublished.)


The maiden's form diffuses neath the rain
and beautiful she...

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Categories: analogy, heart, imagery, metaphor,

Premium MemberRainbow Cat by Sandra Haight
They say just there beyond the valley, that
There lived inside a house a little cat
Who never went outside to run and play;
She had to spend...

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Categories: cat, friendship, metaphor,

Premium MemberRed Roses Fade To Black by Kelly Deschler
Red velvet petals, only I, seduce,
With hidden danger under the disguise,
My fingers feeling shyly, I reduce,
Thorns sharpen, ready, waiting the unwise.

Before me, bleeding poison, I...

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Categories: death, flower, lost love,

The Letter by Thomas Carney
Present Date:   December 25, 1995
Envelope Date Stamped:  December 23, 1944
From:  _______  no return address but clearly overseas
To:  Addressed to...

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Categories: first love, lost love,

Premium MemberOLD LEAVES by John lawless
                        OLD...

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Categories: metaphor,

The Choice by Thomas Carney
The World

My work is over time to head on home
Made lots of money trading stocks on-line
I told my secretary she could leave 
Askance my traders...

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Categories: christian, evil, faith, fear,

Ember by James Kelley
Thy scarlet rise, thy wistful blur

I delve, into thine purest passion

and taste the ember

of our crazed pollution.

Thy lash, thy whipping break 

I, hither under thine...

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Categories: deep, love, metaphor, passion,

quaternity by Samuel Robinson
so far the days of singing rays
have come to meet their sullen end
twixt nights of joy with hidden ploy
a sweetly tone, they do offend

O gasp!...

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Categories: autumn, change, dark, day,

Harvesting The Cash Crops by David Fisher
For years and years and a few more years, it now seems clearer to me,
That we’ve lived well, in the nutshell of our small town...

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Categories: fear, metaphor, political,

The Flower by TIMOTHY CARTER
As the time passes by season to season. I wait and wonder if this flower will ever grow. Planted so
many  times what seemed to...

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Categories: dedication, faith, life, metaphor,