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Children Personification Poems

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


Tunnel vision by Leo Mbalamana
All I need is your trust
And like Gold I’ll never rust 
Solid as the earth’s crust 
It took me time to adjust 
I was nothing...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,

Paper Doll by Brianna Hobson
Paper doll cries for mother
Cuts real deep for her lover
All he ever did was leave her
Paper doll holds meat cleaver

In gashes read "return to sender"
She...

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Categories: personification, children, fantasy, horror, mother



Let go by Leo Mbalamana
Cheers 
To all my peers
That wiped down their tears
And became fierce  
To face all their fears 
They can no longer pierce
This heart with spears...

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Categories: child, children, courage, creation,

Labrador by Brianna Hobson
Kept on pushing but nothing came
Doctor waves his arms in shame
The nurses don't know who to blame

Instead they take to shivering
The tulips begin delivering
Ivory petals...

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Categories: animal, birth, child, death,

Family Dogg by Brianna Hobson
Take me for a walk, 
I'll bite the neighbors as they talk
Nothing rhymes with family
Favoritism breeds insanity

I try to sit at the table, 
but my...

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Categories: absence, abuse, animal, depression,

When knowledge is Power by David Smith
Do you not find it strange,
Even slightly ironic, 
That in a time when knowledge is king, 
A living beast that that we seek to tame,...

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Categories: appreciation, books, community, education,

What I Have Learned by Derriziel Pierce
What I’ve learned from my mother - Enjoy the moment, be easy, treat people well and multiply.

What I’ve learned from my father - Dance like...

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Categories: appreciation, black african american,

Forever Blue Flower by Elicia Spike
Forever Blue Flower
By: Elicia Spike
6/27/2018
 

From small seed to a flower bud.
A flower grew that’s not a dud.
Beautiful stems grow.
Blue peddles a-rose.

Each of the peddles...

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Categories: flower,

Broken Soul by Elicia Spike
By: Elicia Spike
6/20/2018
 

A girl who grew up abused and beaten.
Went through life as a child uncertain.
Grew up not trusting and having issues.
Each relationship never...

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Categories: depression,

True Happiness by Elicia Spike
True Happiness Poem
By Elicia Spike
6/11/2018
 

They were born to forever love.
No matter how they grow they can be what they want.
They make my everyday bright.
Cradled...

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Categories: children,

My Love, My Life by Elicia Spike
My Love, My Life
By Elicia Spike  
6/11/2018
 

Once he became a friend of mine.
Then love grew over time.
He cared for me like no one...

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Categories: boyfriend,

Forward Always Leo Mbalamana by Leo Mbalamana
Just keep moving forward, it does not matter what you went through in your past and always remember you are not alone. Someone somewhere in...

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Categories: 12th grade, africa, age,

ANIMAL TALK by MOSES KISIANG'ANI MAKHAKHA
when I open the eyes, and squint properly
From above the Chetambe, and watch around fairly
I think is a nice , but together spent rarely
I want...

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Categories: anti bullying, betrayal, character,

Premium MemberDandelion Plucking Tool by Heidi Sands
I am a bright yellow blossom
I spread beauty across the lawn
But, adults consider me a weed
And children play games
Wanting to pop off my head!
I am...

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Categories: angst, flower, humorous,

Gorilla by Timothy McGuire
I met a gorilla on the bus today.
He was genuinely interested in what I had to say.
We talked weather, politics and life.
I spoke of my...

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Categories: animal,

Premium MemberAnother Word For Heaven by Caren Krutsinger
I was given to the D’Mangos as a wedding present; I was silver, sparkly, and pretty full of myself. I have survived two children, a...

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Categories: divorce, feelings, funny, humor,

Premium Member1959 Was My HeyDay by Caren Krutsinger

I retired gracefully, happily, knowing I could never be fully completely replaced even to this day.
I was slick, photographic, revered by so many, loved by...

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Categories: 12th grade, childhood, christmas,

Hags by Nagella Jean-Baptiste
(fact)

Witches,why you are miserable.
I would think from all the things you try to steal from me and extort from me and my son, you think...

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Categories: truth,

Cry out to Mama Africa by Elizabeth Edoh
Cry out to Mama Africa.

Mama Africa, Mama Africa 
your children are crying. 

Mama Africa, Mama Africa 
your children are suffering.

Mama Africa, Mama Africa 
The ancestors...

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Categories: africa, anger, betrayal, cry,

Cry out to Mama Africa by Elizabeth Edoh
Cry out to Mama Africa.

Mama Africa, Mama Africa 
your children are crying. 

Mama Africa, Mama Africa 
your children are suffering.

Mama Africa, Mama Africa 
The ancestors...

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Categories: africa, anger, betrayal, cry,