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Girl Personification Poems

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


I fell in love with a suicidal girl
I only tell of sunny hours due to sunny wanting days
Her sandy brown skin and melting baby blue eyes
Told a story of sorrow. I only...

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Categories: care, cry, dark, fear,



Premium Member I See Them Clearly
I see them clearly, although they try to remain hidden.
They laugh, and talk, flirting with each other.
Why can they not see I would like some...

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Categories: animal,

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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Categories: love hurts,

Premium Member O CHRISTMAS TREE
O
Christmas tree ho hum.
Its scented needles unfurled.
The trunk plopped down and watered.
She sits, oh so still, like a good girl should.
Days and days later, she’s...

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Categories: christmas,

Premium Member Once Upon A Time
     Once upon a time, I was created by an 18th century jeweler,
but I do not remember his name because of...

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Categories: nostalgia,

Premium Member My Big Blue Peepers
I came in a tattered old box,
the grand size of a man's shoebox.
I knew that I was unwanted,
around a big empty house I wandered.
On a...

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Categories: cat, girl, love,

On Rescuing An Injured Pigeon
ON RESCUING AN INJURED PIGEON
	I.
sliding screen door screeches, pigeons scatter
thump of wing against breast, shockwave breeze
more frequent than in the past, shimmering necks
soundtrack squirrel zig-zags,...

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Categories: analogy, animal, pain,

Broken Soul
By: Elicia Spik/Jenson
6/20/2018
 

A girl who grew up abused and beaten.
Went through life as a child uncertain.
Grew up not trusting and having issues.
Each relationship never...

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Categories: depression,

Premium Member Farm ute
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,

I Roll bowl, lawns I know, anti-pestcontrol -last piece to goblin girl trilogy
Breeders' Cannon Ball plays for days and decades even onto eras
Feeders on the bottom plus top down voodoo economics, no trickle
De-weeders? Why? Lawns are hype...

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Categories: absence, abuse, age, allah,

Sad Tears
Setting here all alone with these   bad thoughts in my head           
I have...

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Categories: change, courage, grief, truth,

MEADOW GIRL
MEADOW GIRL



She is my bluebell meadow
Want to gather her up in armfuls
But not to spoil her delicate composition  
...

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Categories: daughter, flower, nature,

Premium Member and the world has changed
I am but a name engraved upon this cold mossy stone,
a hundred years have passed, a hundred years-
       ...

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Categories: future,

Premium Member The Old Brooch
     Once upon a time, I was created by an 18th century jeweler,
but I do not remember his name because of...

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Categories: nostalgia,

Premium Member My Girl
Secretly, I watch the neighbors, 
From my well-advantaged location.
Mrs. G. is complaining about her husband to Mrs. S.
No one's drama is ever as vivid as...

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Categories: 5th grade, 6th grade,

Attributes of Being Average
(alternately titled one me silly more till manufactured 
from go win addle American 
non refundable private parts) 

each set of twenty three chromosomes 
the basic...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Time in her daily hurry
Time in her daily hurry,
if she were a teen-age girl,
studying biology in college,
would make a poor fiancé.

Without virtue of patience
and values of courtship
she would be...

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Categories: hyperbole, leaving, time,

The Sky Speaks at Home
At home the sky is male
running ceaselessly
up there above our heads
The sky speaks at home

In the midst of its haste
it closes out the shine
of the...

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Categories: philosophy, sky,

A Spruce Tree Celebrates Christmas
A young small spruce tree had grown
In the sprawling evergreen conifer forest
Once decided to celebrate Christmas alone 
In an isolated hamlet that’s the nearest.

It then...

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Categories: celebration, christmas, tree,

Now is the time of youth in poetry
I saw you in your poetry ... 
A bunch of orchid baths
in solitary forests
In your writing ... 
The odd scent of water drops 
in the...

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Categories: beauty, earth, emotions, fantasy,