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Appearance Image Poems

These Appearance Image poems are examples of Image poems about Appearance. These are the best examples of Image Appearance poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Not So Obvious
Not So Obvious

It is obvious that I am a man
less obvious that I am married
with children.
You may judge my appearance
try to interpret my actions
in a...

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Categories: age, image, life,



Premium Member Funny Valentines
Beauty is easy to admire,
Who can find fault with perfection?
It is the portal to desire,
And appeals to our protection.
It is not so easy to find
Praise...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beauty, desire, image, love,

Premium Member POOLSIDE REVERIE


i remember
being by the pool
i was no more than ten
my grandmother
was enjoying herself
chatting and laughing
suddenly
i caught
myself thinking

it will be nice
to get to that age
and not...

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Categories: beauty, body, image, perspective,

Premium Member The Nobility Of Appearance
White trees of massive strength holding
tons of snow never cracking and toppling,
I'm captivated by their glossiness
more than the velvetiness of roses!

It's winter's invasive silence totally...

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Categories: endurance, image, longing, morning,

Premium Member Do You Like What You See In The Mirror


Are you happy with the face you were born with
Do you cringe at your sordid reflection
Take heart my dear friend, could be a lot worse
We...

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Categories: image,



Premium Member Beautiful Eyes
Beautiful eyes, why are they looking at you?
to see your beauty before love's living truth,
in a liquid pool of smile the reflection drew
Your glancing eyes,...

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Categories: confidence, desire, identity, image,

Premium Member A Poetic Courting Appearance
Sitting in a car 
Coming from the bar 
After studying the law 
While waiting for an agent’s call 
Star she was 
Getting a little buzz...

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Categories: beauty, film, identity, image,

Premium Member Rainer Maria Rilke translation: The Panther
The Panther
by Rainer Maria Rilke
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

His weary vision's so overwhelmed by iron bars,
his exhausted eyes see only blank Oblivion.
His world is...

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Categories: image, allegory, analogy, animal, cat,

Premium Member FACADE


What's behind your well groomed facial hair
Pretend not to have a single care
Whiskers that hide scars
Moustache handlebars 
Detours to avoid the barber's chair



AP: 3rd place...

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Categories: confidence, hair, identity, image,

The Mirror
The reflection of myself in a mirror
Is only the opposite of what people see.
A photograph, on the other hand, is right-side forward.
But a mirror and...

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© K. E. Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: image, i love you, imagination,

Image altering reality
The wrath that they have for me and 
The envy they have for my dreams,
Man so much emotions they hating but
For fish: i walk on...

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Categories: deep, image, imagination, life,

Premium Member A PERSPECTIVE OF TIME
A PERSPECTIVE OF TIME AND WHAT I SEE,
TAKE A MOMENT AND SPEND TIME WITH ME.
I FOUND MYSELF ON A MOUNTAIN TOP,
VIEWING THE WORLD AS A...

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Categories: image, imagination, nature, perspective,

Expandable Thoughts
     " Off to the beyond "

Expandable thoughts fit on a plane
With only the surface scratched
In an inner circle of the...

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Categories: image, appreciation, confidence, creation, encouraging,

The eye behind
In the soul of a photograph
What do you see
Many different people
But never me

Laughter and joy
Captured emotion
Light and shadows
An artist's potion

You don't often ponder
The eye behind
The...

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Categories: creation, image, passion, perspective,

Miss Ava
Oh dear Miss Ava,
Miss Aging Vanity
Your faded universal beauty
is visually pleasing no more — 
	especially to your own self
You hate looking at that aging body...

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Categories: beauty, dark, image, perspective,