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Analogy Personification Poems

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


Tolerance by itself is not a virtue,
Tolerance by itself not a virtue
Nor is acceptance,
As they generally come with poor eyesight,
No insight,
Are hard of hearing,
And tend to be motivated by fear.

The good...

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Categories: age, analogy, baptism, bible,



Premium Member Nature Personified BLIZZARD -
Blizzard disaster, 
Snowflakes meander
Area of occurrence: temperate and polar regions, high mountains
Season usually winter
Effect power outages, dangerous travel conditions
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Nature Personified BLIZZARD
It begins with my eyes...

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Categories: analogy, natural disasters, nature,

Veins of a Bonfire
and for our fifth anniversary, wood;
at that age love’s roots are hopeful, flexible,
damp: feeling fresh earth with fingers 
stretching and toes padding. A landscape found.

My...

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Categories: analogy,

If stamps could talk
If stamps could talk,
What stories they could tell,
Of places they have seen,
Of messages delivered,
Of countries they welcomed into the world,
Of countries  fare-welled.

If stamps could...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, beautiful, character,

Two Halves
The Gods split us in half;
from two mouths and four eyes,
from two noses and four legs,
from two hairlines and four hands,

we became one, singular -
Plato...

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Categories: personification, analogy, animal,



Premium Member Silence personified
I am nature,
soul of a mountain,
buried under a billion snowflakes.

I float like butterflies,
from petal to petal.
As cinereal clouds clear,
under a glistening sunrise,
I illuminate like a...

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Categories: analogy, metaphor, silence,

The Polar Ice Cap
What If There Was No Tomorrow? - The Polar Ice ‘Cap’

- this time it’s burnt and curled upon a new head. The 
sweet smoke of...

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Categories: personification, analogy,

DANGLING CONTEMPLATION


What's a necktie 
dangling for?

     Too stiff, too thin 
     to be scarf, a bib 
 ...

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Categories: age, analogy, anxiety, culture,

When poetry steps off the page
When poetry steps off the page,
It has come of age,
And is ready for life as a sage.

When poetry steps off the page,
It can many voices...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, beauty, celebrity,

When wisdom flies the coup
The day wisdom flies the coup,
Is the day we will need to rally round hope,
And hang on tight to love with more than just rope.

Who...

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Categories: age, analogy, anxiety, best

A grateful Heart
A heart that is grateful,
Is usually matched to a brain that is thoughtful,
Hands that are helpful,
Legs that are flexible,
Eyes that are insightful,
And ears that are...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, beautiful, best

If We
If we were a beach
then you would be the sand, diamond warmth,
and I the shingle underfoot.

If we were a pen
then I would be invisible ink,
and...

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Categories: personification, analogy,

Looking for empathy not sympathy
Empathy and sympathy are as different as night and day,
Empathy lives in shallow waters only,
If you are looking for Empathy you need to look in...

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Categories: absence, analogy, care, character,

Impediments
Impediment is a word,
That rhymes with Peppermint,
That is worth it's weight in gold,
If you care to push it off the page.

Learning it's meaning,
And what getting...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, anxiety, assonance,

Winter's Body
Winter’s body is a car boot sale, a mosaic of the seasons and shifts, 
the breezes and breaths of a year’s footsteps, gone.

The battered wheels...

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Categories: personification, analogy,

Parts of Us
The crease in the bedspread, the fold in our pillows,
the bends in the doormat’s bristles, the off-angle shoe by the stairs.

The lip stain around a...

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Categories: personification, analogy,

Oh what a world it would be
Oh what a world it would be,
If repentance and forgiveness,
Could shake hands, 
And share the limelight together.

Is Tiger woods winning the Masters, 
Setting the stage...

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Categories: age, analogy, art, beauty,

Premium Member And Early To Rise

"Dayum - that hurts!" cried the waking soil, frozen hard as concrete ...

"Couldn't you wait a smidge longer ... I mean, until I thawed out...

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Categories: analogy, beauty, flower, life,

Unrequited Car Rearing Paramours Of Yesteryear
Ford score and...Chevy
five years ago,
my Model A strapping
handsome big bro,
(who sped like one

speeding Triumph font lee, crow),
wing, & swooping Thunderbird, with
bold face observers whistling Geronimo
(Holy...

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Categories: adventure, age, analogy, creation,

A commitment to Love
She could have hardened her heart to Love,
Her list of disappointments would have hardened lesser hearts,
Instead she cloaked herself with Love,
Enough to keep out the...

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Categories: analogy, angel, beautiful, blessing,