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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 The Spirit of the Sun Dial
THE SPIRIT OF THE SUN DIAL

I only tell of sunny hours ...
From dawn til dusk imparting my fair message
Evoking warmth and love throughout the day
No...

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Categories: death of a friend,



Frame
They’ve found a body in my back yard. I
imagine what a dead house would look 
like. A stillborn Brownstone with its Jurassic 
sandstone hiccupping fossils...

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Categories: analogy, bereavement, body,

I only tell of sunny hours
I only tell of sunny hours...
Break time under cloudy showers;
Work day’s done after dark --
Bright and early I’m a lark.

No complaints, I like my day...

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Categories: appreciation, perspective, silence, spiritual,

A Somber Vow
My somber vow: I’ll fix my gaze on you
And light for you an all-consuming flame,
Yet you won’t even know it when I do.

This promissory bond...

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© Ed Morris  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: personification, atheist, death, life,

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,

Have You Ever Felt Pain When Everything Was Numb
I wish that nightmares only happened in dreams
Or lives that were so tightly joined together, didn't burst at the seams
I wish that I could find...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium Member '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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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: love hurts,

Premium Member What a Tale I'd Tell
If I could just use my tongue, oh what a tale I'd tell
   One filled with your neglect, that's made my life hell

You've...

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Categories: pain, slam,

A Dogs Letter To Santa Claws
Dear Santa Claws, for Christmas I’d like a new chew bone; I’ve been a real good dog this year; I don’t even bite the cat,...

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Categories: animal, celebration, christmas, dog,

A Cats Letter To Santa Claws
Dear Santa Claws, please bring me a new catnip mousey; my old one has so many holes that the nip won’t stay in and I...

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Categories: animal, cat, celebration, christmas,

Premium Member Autumn leaves
Death paints a Leaf
 With color brilliant
  Before it withers...
Tinged with our grief
...

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Categories: autumn, beauty, death, grief,

HOPE
When disaster and attacks devastate our homes
When our dreams of success are threatened 
When sickness and death stalk our loved ones 
She lifts up her...

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Categories: hope,

Premium Member Looking For A Place To Hide
A gentle midnight echo, resounds through the upper trees in the woods in a tinkling way.

It is barely heard among the reeds where I reside...

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Categories: animal, fear,

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,

It Takes Balls to Live
Life is a ball, bouncing – retrieving 
You never know how far it goes
How it bounces
Like your hopes and aspiration
So you learn, prepare
and like a...

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Categories: 12th grade, best friend,

Premium Member She Wolf
My nostrils sniff the air seeking,
the various scents tantalising.
Then I smell the bison and throwing
back my head I howl to my pack.

The bison start to...

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Categories: animal, howl,

Premium Member Praying Mantis

for what is it
she prays
motionless Madonna
rapt in stillness
awaiting the unexpected
mate or meal
slender neck
cleavaged eyes
pious predator
poised on spindle legs


©8/29/2018

for Personification Poem Poetry Contest

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Categories: death, fate, life, love,

Premium Member I'm So Lazy and Sometimes Crazy
I have always been so hopelessly lazy.
            Stoic and aloof, sometimes psychotic. 
I can...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, dog, family, love,

Premium Member Our Best Pal, Blackie
She was the best pal we ever had,
Thinking about her still makes me sad,

Quietly wagging her tail for her food,
Silently waiting like a friend so...

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© Jo Daniel  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: best friend, dog,

Premium Member The Lupus Was a She
The lupus was a she 
howling at an orange winter moon
baying for a he
with pups yelping unison in tune.

“Where could Daddy be?”
They question Mother as...

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Categories: animal, death,