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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.


Spin the Bottle
we play spin the bottle like children pulling wings off flies
no care full abandon no threat of the truth the next the 
tomorrow the what...

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Categories: personification, body, break up,



Premium Member Thoughts of a Calabash Tree
I was loving the sun, 
Not consciously doing anything
My gourds hanging sweetly,
Too big to move much
Dancing with internal mirth 
Because I was being picked today
It...

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Categories: tree,

Premium Member Crusty McBakeface Tells It Like It Is
I held this thing together,
I stayed strong around your airiness,
How wrong is it to be the one
that keeps us from precarious
collapse? “You are my rock!”,...

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Categories: betrayal, fun, funny, humor,

The Power Of Nature 1
There’re somethings never to be understood
Such powers never to be controlled
The ultimate powers on earth
Under the seas
And above the skies.

Invisible and intangible powers
Higher than the...

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Categories: appreciation, children, earth, fun,

Premium Member My Old Companion

My Old Companion

Once you arched where children play,
Heard the laughter and slapping of tether balls;
Roads made of sand with little boy sounds
A long time ago.

You...

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Categories: relationship, tree,

Moon Ponders
I sit here, night after night, watching human children and I am so bored.  They bicker and fight about everything.  It’s the same...

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Categories: appreciation, beautiful, moon, planet,

Premium Member I Belong To No One Else
I steal into people’s subconscious,
leaving my ideas, 
encouraging them
to think they are their own ideas.

Silliness on their part.
They are not that clever.
Only children possibly?
Thinking they...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Of my love for you
Of My Love For You
I remember the first time I'd heard your voice. You had just dropped off a another dude, seen the good bye...

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Categories: marriage,

Premium Member On His Way to the Good Home
Harland had had enough
Twenty-three years of racing
Twelve years of giving children rides on his back.
Today his master said there would be no more rides.
They were...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th 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,

BLESSED CHRISTMAS TREE AM I
Being a God-blessed Coffee tree
I have a privilege status in my country
Aside from being functionally free
I’m sought-out as Christmas fixture for December glee.

This year, I’m...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, christmas, god,

Tunnel vision
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,

Let go
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,

When knowledge is Power
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
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
Forever Blue Flower
By: Elicia Spike/Jenson
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 Spik/Jenson
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
True Happiness Poem
By Elicia Spik/Jenson
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
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
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,