Bird Personification Poems
These Bird Personification poems are examples of Personification poems about Bird. These are the best examples of Personification Bird poems written by international poets.
Now Departing, Soon Arriving
animal, anxiety, bird, seasons,
Winter's arrival signals my departure
hidden by soft snow in the ground
When Spring returns, I emerge from hard mud
Having a Bad Decade
clothes, color, fashion,
I'm having a bad decade
OK, I'm having multiple bad decades
In fact, haircuts had a rough stretch there
in the seventies, but...
beauty, bird, freedom, nature,
I‘m a pigeon
Free in flight
Circling blue skies up above
Somewhere in the world
Makes no difference to me
Taking no particular pride
Whether I hover over Paris
Rainforest of Brazil
They think it “cute”
when I do my perched two step
not so much when I repeat
words I wasn’t meant to hear.
They took the mirror out
bird, blessing, christian, faith,
“As a breathtaking symbol of new beginnings and blessings for peace, love and the fulfillment of dreams, a flock of Doves are set free at...
Hopping for donuts
I landed in wet crumbs.
I get chocolate frosting on my left shoe.
They throw me a bit of a roll,
Restaurant’s special item.
analogy, metaphor, silence,
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...
A Songbird Transcends to Heaven
My body feels tired and weak as I sit and perch in my tree
My feathers are wet and heavy, I think this is the end...
Language of Summer
giving, growth, happiness, summer,
Summer speaks to me by waking me up early
Playing tunes of beautiful song bird melodies
Blowing cool breezes in early mornings
Creating chimes of rustling tree leaves
I am the mockingbird
darkened gray and black
singing out a melody,
rhythms found and repacked.
Everybody has heard me sing
once or maybe twice
I just forgot that song of robin
when I heard the blue jay notes.
Resonating tunes of cardinals
merry cuckoos mingle my throat.
They call me mimicking mockingbird,
anxiety, bird, business, caregiving,
I am no woebegone capon peon
for forks and knives to come upon,
no, I am a busy rooster father
in serious need of a duty roster
animal, appreciation, beauty, bird,
Oh how you cantilate and croon,
On pilfered beams from Mr Moon,
I am an echo of brilliant impersonation,
replicating melodies heard early dawn-
My feathers of grey with ebony tipped
wings glide through lavender fields
It’s early and I need my fix, berries or seed
I will fly next door but must watch for the monster
He is fluffy and orange...
My day begins; I start to trill.
I’ll imitate the birds in view.
I give a chirp, then Whip-poor-will.
To mock is what I’m born to do.
So irate, Mr. Stroud runs to the door
to see whose blaring horn just wrecked his nap.
Nobody’s there. He’s puzzled to the core.
For my standout performance,...
With keen discernment-
I, your Northern Mockingbird,
can recall you as a threat
from past encounters.
Known as 'many-tongued mimic'
I mock songs of birds and frogs.
My songs are diverse
A MYNAH BIRD CONFESSES
A MYNAH BIRD CONFESSES
I speak in many tongues,
this intelligent passerine.
“Shh, don’t let on
appreciation, bird, happy,