Green Personification Poems
These Green Personification poems are examples of Personification poems about Green. These are the best examples of Personification Green poems written by international poets.
As I Watch From Above
As I watch from above...at the earth far below
I see wonderful things...from the light of my glow
I see flowers and bees...and rivers and...
Star In The Night Sky
blue, fire, morning, night,
On the backdrop of a dark blue night sky, ...
how i feel, inspiration,
I shine my light upon the green earth
Reaching down from heaven’s domain
To show the world that their fantasies
Are the way that I illuminate the night
SPIRIT OF THE SHEEP
animal, blessing, christian, faith,
May I bestow upon you my spirit:
exemplifying meekness purity
verily epitomized by Christ
Who is “the Lamb of God*.”
Cognizant of the phrase, “sacrificial lamb”
The Last acorn
adventure, beach, bereavement, blue,
She is a deep feet
She has beaten...
allegory, flower, growth, life,
In the first day of the month of rain
She blushed forth from the earth
Beneath the verdant canopies
Of her sylvan homestead
Every dawn, she smiled at...
BIRTH OF AN OAK TREE
10th grade, appreciation, tree,
BIRTH OF AN OAK TREE
The last acorn
Alone, the last offspring at mother’s feet,
to hide from nasty fur fiends is a feat,
then come a pair of leathers shining neat,
as well as five...
THE ENTRANCE OF THE SUN
Lastly, the entrance of the Sun
Had woken up the sleeping trees
And painted their yellow leaves
With verdant and flourishing green
Setting the farm onceagain into a...
The Last Acorn
I shiver beneath a frozen sky of milky gray and white
and like a little rabbit whos barely grown into his coat
The Last Acorn Sitting In The Tree
Little acorn sitting in the tree, ...
They call me the Water Oak. My roots are strong and wet.
No rain or wind or outside force has hindered my growth yet.
NEZZY AND ME IN PARADISE
Bare back home sweet home,
snuggled up with my gal Nezzy.
We whoop it up with revelry
in blue and green pastures.
The Real Intimidator
10th grade, 4th grade,
I strutted a bit on my branch as I surveyed the others
They were commoners mostly songbirds, and two of my brothers.
Is that a great...