Day Personification Poems

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


Do first by Leo Mbalamana
For reliance 
form a strong alliance
Chin up find your confidence 
And always work in silence 
those that talk before it’s done all fell 
but in...

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Categories: cool, corruption, creation, crush,

Red Cardinal by Elicia Spike
Red Cardinal Poem
By: Elicia Spike
6/20/2018
 
A bird comes a bird goes, that’s very free.
A bird who loves my green trees.
A beautiful bird.
Red and bright, with...

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Categories: bird,



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,

Tigress by Vidya Raghunathan
She was a tigress but not cruel
Her long uniform stripes to some distasteful
She chose to display it grandly
For to such a life she was grateful.
She...

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Categories: animal, class, courage, love

Premium MemberAussie farm ute by Lewis Raynes
Powerful, solid, ready to work, 
My reliant embodied in steel,
With her tray reinforced to carry a load, 
My battle hard automobile,

She doggedly moved tonnes of...

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Categories: appreciation, work,

Premium MemberCounting The Seconds by Maurice Yvonne

i sit lonely. the crowded restaurant is thick with sound. i pick away at it moving back into the stagnant silence of my own comfort....

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Categories: personification, introspection,

Premium MemberShe gorges every day by Lewis Raynes
Superfluous, abundant, saturated with fat, 
Filled to the max on each floor,
She gorges herself with all that we earn, 
Then, defiantly, still demands more,

More of...

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Categories: metaphor, people, society,

Premium MemberMusical line by Lewis Raynes
With pegs and pins in a bucket that’s full, 
She hangs her music to dry,
Where it hums a tune majestically soft, 
And it hums it...

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Categories: imagery, music, symbolism,

Music of Love by Pandita Sanchez
Music of Love

On cloudless, starry, starry nights,
you sit on your moonlit patio,
under the cool canopy of Royal Poinciana trees
showing-off their flamboyant scarlet petals.
Cradling your beloved...

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Categories: beautiful, love, music, romantic,

The Door by GERT WEWEGE
Black sorrow sadness, like frostbitten carnations 
Bolts of lightning tears apart all our nations
Greed and hatred leads the way
The peaceful white dove burned all grey

Ancient...

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Categories: anger, corruption, evil, hate,

Premium MemberBleeding shadow by Lewis Raynes
His shadow is wounded, bruised to the core, 
Bleeding forever in shade,
Bleeding in black, wherever he walked, 
Bleeding away with a fade,

From all of the...

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Categories: endurance, surreal, symbolism,

Premium MemberFLEAS by Paris-Maree Boreham
These fleas...

Scratch, Scratch

Baby fleas,
About to hatch.

Big fleas,
I can scratch them with ease-
But little fleas
GEEZ......
All I can do is...

Scratch, Scratch.

Fleas FLEAS,
Go away,
Running over my back,
All night...

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Categories: hair, water,

RHYTHM OF TIME by Sidney Beck
RHYTHM  OF  TIME

7  15  pointers race accusingly.  Crawl out of bed.
Hurry to bus  8  00. Tulips open imperceptibly...

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Categories: time,

Food Talk by Marcy Paulk Bonnette
Carrots talk
Peas sing
A poet is the tangerine

"Celery," said Lettuce.
"What?" Celery said.
"What do you dream of when you go to bed?"

"I dream of people's faces
Coming so...

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Categories: personification, food, fruit,

Premium MemberI Sparkle by Caren Krutsinger
I sparkle.
	I excite.		
		I incite.  
Strong feelings go along with my purchase.
	
	Congratulations! 
			Wow!	
				I didn’t know!

People we barely know “ooh” and “ah” over me
			Making me feel...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium MemberEvery day love by Lewis Raynes
You want me to push, you want me to strain, 
You want me to give you my all,
You want me to focus all my attention,...

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Categories: funny, humor, humorous, loss,

Best mother Leo Mbalamana by Leo Mbalamana
After you gave birth to me
I opened my eyes and you were the first person I saw
from that day till forever 
You will always be...

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Categories: adventure, baby, beautiful, best

You by Theresa Dunn
      Your a fucking dick, and the sound of your voice makes me sick! You just yell and scream so...

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Categories: abuse, emotions, fear,

Premium MemberModern bible by Lewis Raynes
Things are quiet when I’m so far away, 
No one can hear what I say,
And the sun sets in blue along the horizon, 
By the...

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Categories: hope, humanity, innocence, religion,