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Death Personification Poems

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


Premium Member Polar Bear, I Am
          I'm a polar bear, just that.
         ...

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Categories: animal, humor, imagery, nature,



Premium Member My Name is Rose

I know that I am dying, I am fading fast,
     my life is almost over, by tomorrow I will be dead;
and...

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Categories: beautiful,

I Am A Tree
I am easily recognized by my colors of green and brown beautifying the planet.
I am a much beloved and living canopy under the beautiful blue...

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Categories: earth, giving, life, tree,

Veins of a Bonfire
and for our fifth anniversary, wood;
at that age love’s roots are hopeful, flexible,
damp: feeling fresh earth with fingers 
stretching and toes padding. A landscape found.

My...

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Categories: analogy,

Premium Member Bushfire
At peace in the world, alone with her joey, 
A soft breeze ruffles her hair,
Amongst the green of life all around, 
In the freshest of...

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Categories: animal, confusion, death, fire,



A George Michael poem
I may never know you 
But you music excited my heart
I may never know you
But your music make legend
I never knew you
It's that time a...

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Categories: lost love,

Grandma
Grandma  (Elizabeth)        Loving   Caring  Loyal     Wishes to be an ...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, blessing, christian,

Premium Member When God Calls
 Silent and docile, like the lamb
The trees sit focused on the afternoon breeze
Arms tossing to and fro amid the gusts
Whispering softly to all who...

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Categories: autumn, death, faith, god,

JALOPY'S TESTIMONY
Witness to every notable trip
highlighting life and death travelogue strip
I can recount incidents bringing heart-rip
surpassing accidents of fatal engine oil drip
yet expressing to God thankfulness*...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, blessing, character,

Pretentious Poem 2
Blackened cubes of naturality stomache across the pains of a million screaming faces
Crushed by the weight of two ton pound horsehell and drowned in the...

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Categories: personification, beach, earth, horse, moon,

Premium Member If I was a Wood Tick
If I was a wood tick 
I would be ashamed of my station.
I would resolve to not jump down on any heads.
I would not bite...

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Categories: animal,

Premium Member Ze Hiena
Hienas don't taik cair of higeen;
we’r fond of karrion; we drink warm jin
wizaut tonik and we neva uze
ze mornin afta peels. 
   ...

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Categories: animal, death,

Premium Member Life
You fleet so blithely, unaware
That here I stand, awash with care
My heart is heavy, lost to thrill
Of dreams deterred, it’s had its fill

I think of...

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Categories: life,

Premium Member The Bloodhound
The Bloodhound

I hate my job.
I am a work dog who can sniff out life and wrongdoing.
I nip at the tired heels in shackles.
I sniffed for...

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Categories: dog,

Love inside a bottle
The life we have, I imagine, is like water inside a bottle
Whereas us as a vessel, we fill ourselves with the people we love
Some, we’re...

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Categories: allegory, funeral, imagination, life,

Premium Member The Rose
I know that I am dying, I am fading fast,
     my life is almost over, by tomorrow I will be dead;
and...

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Categories: death, flower,

Premium Member Lifeless Shores
Bloodless insects slink down cracks and fissures
   Chastised Earth mumbles her prayer
Aimless buzzards circle, eyeing lifeless shores

Dreaded gases envelop jungles
   Mighty...

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Categories: dark, death, earth, grief,

My Nature
Through darkness, soaked in fear
And blinded,
I ventured forward to the sound. 

Then darkness whispered in my ear.
I shivered,
Clinging on to what I’d never found.

It spoke...

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Categories: death, depression, destiny, dream,

Premium Member Never Mess With a Chicken Ranch
The barnyard was a twitter.
“She is walking pigeon-toed!”
“You should see it.”
“She thinks she is all that!”

I am dragged out to see.
After listening to them cackle...

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Categories: personification, 10th grade, 11th grade,

The Haunting of Hill House
Is a place born bad?
Can evil seep in cement,
fear grow then wilt within vine?

Something with no name
weighs in rooms dark, light finite.
Doors lock. Windows look,...

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Categories: personification, death,