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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.


Cupid sets hearts on fire
Every February fourteenth,
(reference Gregorian Calendar see
High Middle Ages his Saints' Day)
which combs thee
day after morrow aye decree

Tweedledum and Tweedledee
mine near one and same
mean mein near...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,



Premium Member I ROAM


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
Sunset...

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Categories: beauty, bird, freedom, nature,

Jim Crow's Demise
Hello. I was born after the Civil War. My name is Jim Crow.  I was not a real individual, but rather a caricature designed...

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Categories: america, history, race,

THE LONELY CLOUD
I wandered lonely as a cloud* 
to places far and wide
I often thought it would be fun 
to rain down on a bride
Or maybe on...

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Categories: fun, rain, summer, sunshine,

My last testimonial 3
Never belittle 
Those that have little 
Their nickel 
Will one day triple
Every human is brittle 
And your empire can also cripple 
...

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Categories: africa, allah, appreciation, art,



Premium Member My Diet as a Kingfisher
Saw the spark, and dove hard.
Shut my eyes as I hit the water.
Daddy fish glared at me.
Possibly clutching his daughter.

Came up hard, fast, with her...

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Categories: fish, food,

SPIC AND SPAN YEAR



Like the chick breaks out of it's shell
Like a butterfly emerges out of it's cocoon
Like the painter with a clean canvass
Like a new born with...

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Categories: destiny, growth, new year,

Premium Member Glimmer of Sun
Sun peeks from behind tree line.
Soft remnant of cold day
Which did not warm up until late afternoon.

Last bit of optimism
Slipping away fast 
With glimmer of...

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Categories: moon, sun,

Hometown Sky
A new day is in the way
No time to waste in the blue
Clue to a wise, true heart
and the poetry shows no sight

The clouds dance...

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Categories: home, sky,

Premium Member I am a Tree CONTEST
Many years ago I lived in the National Forest I had over 100 rings around, each of the rings meant I was another year old....

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© Bobby May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tree,

Premium Member SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS V








On my way to church 
the spirit of Christmas I met the other night.
All excited it was as the day of Jesus's birth
is coming.

In awe...

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Categories: christmas, love, peace,

I Found What My Grandparents Had
I remember how my grandparents were when I was growing up. They behaved like every day was their last. They still held hands and touched...

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© Sara Ives  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: love, poems,

Premium Member CHRISTMAS TIME AGAIN


Where I come from
It’s dark and quiet
Eleven months of the year
Then one fine day
Everything changes
All of a sudden
It’s bright and snowing
And I come to life
After...

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Categories: celebration, christmas, december, family,

Premium Member Which Big Cat Am I
I am the biggest and the strongest of all the wild cats.
No I do not live in Africa. Sheesh! Why would you ask that?
You can...

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Categories: 5th grade, 6th grade,

Ascending Deciduously
Me and me be a baobab tree,
yes siree
I and I have very long longevity ...
no ma’am,
this bark speak no rot falsity

A thousand years seems like
only...

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Categories: allegory, nature, tree, wisdom,

Premium Member Sunshine on My Doorstep
I awoke to the sight
Of Sunlight.
He splashed into my window.
He filled the halls.
He climbed the stairs.
He turned around
And went out the door.
From my window
I watched...

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Categories: beautiful, day, happy, light,

How I Met My Aging Side
I never saw him coming nor did I feel his shadowy presence.             ...

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Categories: age, senses,

Old Barn
There’s an old barn down the road from our house. It’s bent and bowed and one windy day away from completely succumbing to its aged...

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Categories: anxiety, deep, feelings, identity,

October Winds Out West


I cannot see them directly but observe the effects of their presence.
I cannot speak with them but hear the sounds of their voices.
I can touch...

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Categories: autumn, october, wind,

Its Crippling Me
The way it chokes me up, wrapping its hands around my neck
It’s crippling me.

My chest caves in, my hands tremble, my body sweats.
It’s crippling me.

I...

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Categories: body, dark,