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Farewell Personification Poems

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


MOVING FORWARD
WHO AM I? YOU MUST SAY A WOMAN WHO HAS BEEN BEATEN DOWN BY LIFE WHO HAS SURVIVED MANY THINGS.

SOME OF THEM YOU WILL NEVER...

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Categories: black african american, celebration,



Premium Member Thoughts of an Old October Elm Tree
Thoughts of an Old October Elm Tree

My browning leaves decry
My farewell to Mrs. Summer and her plush;
With her desperate gasping push
Against cold and coming days.

When...

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Categories: age, metaphor,

Forbidden Canvas
My wrist is a canvas, to a forbidden art 
And my blade is the brush 
But when I’m feeling sad or low to my canvas...

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Categories: anxiety, art, faith,

Premium Member FAREWELL OLD FRIEND
‘Cream Puff’ you were my faithful companion for many years
I recall you were a birthday gift from an old school friend 
And I adored you...

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Categories: i miss you, sad,

Premium Member February's Fate
February’s Fate

January’s cold breath
whispers an icy farewell
smirks amid the snowflake confetti
swirling in her passing.

February, dances gleefully
Punxsutawney Phil’s shadow 
darkens the edges of spring
defies the lie...

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Categories: february,

Kites and butterflies
Let it go,
It could be a kite,
Yearning for the wild,
Craving for the whirlwind,
To the endless azure sky,

Yet,
She could be a butterfly,
With an insatiable lust to...

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Categories: addiction, anxiety, betrayal, break

Premium Member PART 2 - Earthbound Angels Made of Stone - An Epic

Those evil thorns of bitterness
That couldn't bear to see
This child so loved and so adored
By their father
Captain Lee

Until one day in early May
When she went...

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Categories: abuse, angel, baby, black

Premium Member Burly Bear Follows Buzzing Bee
Honey Bear,
I would like to say goodbye
and would appreciate your reply.

Where are you going?

I am going to sing farewell
before my minute hand wears out.

Already,
yet I...

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Categories: allegory, earth, family, health,

Premium Member Keeper of the Night
I am keeper of the midnight clock
A watchful eye, when darkness peaks
With one eye closed to mock your sleep,
The other eye revolves to keep
the world...

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Categories: bird, nature, night,

Moving On
I was sitting on a lonely bench
It was on a hill
Far away from all the cityscreams
And blinding citylights
It was a cloudless night
A soothing breeze came...

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Categories: break up, desire, emotions,

I never left you
     I NEVER LEFT YOU

When youthful restless hearts hear defining calls
With volcanic strength they will respond
The impetus for adventure overrides
All rational...

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Categories: adventure, america, courage, feelings,

A Eulogy To Poetry-Soup
I extol your virtues.

I lean back,exulting at 
your innovation and 
achievements.
A dream come true-I 
salute you.
   I salute your inventive
Mind.
   Paragon...

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Categories: celebration, dedication, devotion, evil,

Janus Awakens
Janus opens the door after a long sleep
And looks through the gate of the past,
Now says farewell to all that’s been done
Until turning his head...

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Categories: seasons, time,

Premium Member A Futile Death
A Futile Death by Wilma Neels

Flying over the place that use to be my home
I’m glancing at the once blue green seascape 
Transformed to a...

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Categories: death, nature, sealost, prayer,

Summer's Farewell
She dropped me from her burnished arms
upon a dusty prairie road
and cry I did, and pulling at her skirts
heavy with mud from a morning rain
that...

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Categories: loss, seasons, me,

Autumn
You came to us graciously
Allowing summer to say her sad farewell
Your cool breezes refresh us
Your beauty we cannot tell.

A small child gathers your fallen leaves
She...

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Categories: inspirational

Farewell to Snow
Today, glimpsed I,  a curious sight
A  mound  of  snow,  no  longer  white.
It basked alone, upon brown grass
It seemed...

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Categories: faith, inspirational, nature, spring,

Premium Member Where The Heart Resides
Like open arms
These broken gates reach out to me
And lead me to the lonely house
That overlooks the sea

Her door once proud and stately
Now splintered hangs...

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Categories: heart, love, me, old,