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Africa Personification Poems

These Africa Personification poems are examples of Personification poems about Africa. These are the best examples of Personification Africa poems written by international poets.


Relationships VI
We all desire a relationship that will work out in our favour, a relationship that would keep us smiling even during the challenging days. ...

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Categories: abortion, adventure, africa, age,



Relationships
Life is full of different obstacles that face relationships on a daily basis and this can hinder one’s relationship if there is no unity and...

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Categories: africa, age, art, black

Jim Crow's Demise
Hello. I was born after the Civil War. My name is Jim Crow.  I was not a real individual, but rather a caricature designed...

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Categories: america, history, race,

My last testimonial 3
Never belittle 
Those that have little 
Their nickel 
Will one day triple
Every human is brittle 
And your empire can also cripple 
...

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Categories: africa, allah, appreciation, art,

Premium Member When I Come Back for my Next Life
When I return to earth in my next earth life,
I will be found in Africa, trumpeting and pounding the ground.
Shaking leaves and trees as I...

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Categories: humorous,



Wall of silence
Poem by Koffi Mtonga

My courtesy name passed down through generations, I bear the marker of an outstanding exultation.
Though sometimes I wonder if they were tall...

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Categories: africa, birthday, character, childhood,

Premium Member Which Big Cat Am I
I am the biggest and the strongest of all the wild cats.
No I do not live in Africa. Sheesh! Why would you ask that?
You can...

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Categories: 5th grade, 6th grade,

NIGERIA
Black elephant in the sun
As the biblical tower of Babel
Hordes of twisted tongues
Infest width, breadth
From Ajegunle slums
To the plateaus of Jos!...

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Categories: africa, allusion, language, people,

The hyena
Guess my reputation could be sweeter, but hey-
At least I'm not a skunk!
Rumour has it that we hyenas are backbiting scroungers-
 I like to call...

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Categories: animal,

The Hyena
I‘m not a dog or cat in the area,
I am a carnivore in Africa;
I really roam to look for food to eat,
You cannot evade my...

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Categories: animal,

Premium Member But You Have Never Been a Scout
“But you have never been a scout, " she said.
“Yes,” I agreed, “but I know these woods, and I will do a terrific job.”

So she...

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Categories: 3rd grade, 4th grade,

Premium Member The Hyena
  I have picked up a scent, something's been killed
  And I can hear my feline foes growling still
  I trot off...

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© Joseph May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: africa, cat, nature,

The Hyena
Hey step right up,come on down!
Welcome to Africa!
I'm not like other dogs.
Though I am pleased to eat you!
On second thought,for now,I might just go away.
Because...

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Categories: animal,

THE DAY I WAS BORN
As I move with the times
Gracefully, I age
As I hope for the better
Wisdom within me is growing
I could not said it better myself

As I follow...

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Categories: africa, age, confidence, courage,

Premium Member Lion
In the valley of tall golden fire, I rest 

listening to the sound of the earth heartbeat. 

Africa's eastern breath presses its cheek against mine...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: africa, beauty,

Premium Member Lioness Waits for Dinner

The best I could hope for was a lame or weak animal, 
limping along, not able to catch up with their tribe.
My cubs are hungry,...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member I Would be a Boomslang
If I had a choice, I would be a green boomslang.
Reposing in a warm African tree,
 surveying zebras and elephants.

My back would be plastered with...

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Categories: personification, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,

Devil's dialogue
Am the devil
Father of all evil
You all here because I am
He leaves you all in my arm
Am the royal god of goodness
Come, my children follow...

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Categories: 10th grade, africa,

My everyday crush

Despite being religious 
loving and generous 
Humble but famous 
You are so gorgeous
Your personality is fabulous 
you still make me nervous 
Goodness gracious 
You are...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

MY ANCESTORS
The room is filled with an aroma
They are love letters
Their sweetness tastes like honey
Their anger is like a lion roaring

They are game changers
They are trend...

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Categories: africa, black love, courage,