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Horse Personification Poems

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


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 Running Makes Me a Stallion
Running turns me into a stallion
Not a filly
A stallion

A full blown running machine
With strains in my neck 
And puffing and huffing from my nose

I know...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member On His Way to the Good Home
Harland had had enough
Twenty-three years of racing
Twelve years of giving children rides on his back.
Today his master said there would be no more rides.
They were...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

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,

Barnyard Justice
Well the stealthy sly fox
said to the 'lil red hen
If I ever make it back this way again
Won't take me too much trying 
Fer yer...

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Categories: animal, judgement, perspective, society,



Premium Member Glass art
Frozen to perfect, stiff, fixed and fast, 
Forever replicating exact,
Transparent colours of love and beauty, 
Forever being abstract,

She’s a water kingfisher, with a purple song...

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Categories: art, beauty, growth, peace,

Love Letter
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Categories: beautiful, i love you,

Premium Member Le Squirrel Sat For Le Painter
Le Squirrel Sat For Le Painter

His canvass set
And oils based,
He zeroed onto her providence.
His lips miming
Rhode Island here
Big Apples there.
She scowled her impatience.
Her eyes dismissing...

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Categories: art, betrayal, parody,

From Whence Comes My Help
My whooping crane seemed so innane 
at doing any of the heavy lifting
My quarter horse l looked straight in the mouth
kept selling me shorter on...

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Categories: uplifting,

Spanning the River
I've spanned these banks for many years,
made evident in the rusty tin adorning my roof 
My sides are scarred , colors been stripped
from angry storms...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: environment, river,

Daffodil
Darling daffodil,
So precious a sight
From darkness into light
Renewing the soul
Springing into action,
Her time has come,
Once again she arrives
Rejoicingly growing
Like a galloping horse
To every far corner,
Spreading...

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Categories: poetry,

Laziness
Laziness was lying on her mat
Time came galloping to his garden.
“Come you man. Let’s go to work”.
“I’ve no time to go there”, he said

“But I’m...

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Categories: allegory, humanity, satire,

Premium Member My insane life as a bubble
My life as a bubble began just then, 
When I appeared under this dazzling rip curl.
I was pushed deep down, then around and around,
Caught up...

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Categories: humor, life,

Premium Member Horses
My life seems to last forever now that I’ve start aging
The sudden onset aches and pains start engaging

My home is in a theme park petting...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: animal, caregiving, children, horse,

Premium Member I Would Be---WOOD

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Categories: image, writing,

Premium Member John, the Work Horse
My name is John--the work horse
And I was teamed with Prince. 
We could easily do a job at which
An Arabian horse would flinch.
Prince's work is...

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Categories: horse,

Premium Member Who Am I
It's been written before and quoted more
"Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder"
Born in London to American parents
Her beauty, would come to make, men...

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The Banyan Tree

The Banyan Tree

I the Atlas carry a home 
My master strong for his
Children seven had built.
Shorts and skirts 
Thunder up my shoulders,
All hell let lose,
With...

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Categories: children, father, feelings, games,

Premium Member Wind Flaunts Fury
day’s light quickly fades
rumbles from mighty jaws near
bitter winds utter their last gasp

my arms are in a flurry
bare branches lash against the farmhouse
struggling to avoid...

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Categories: natural disasters,

A Fairy Tale Heroine

The big, bad wolf wears a suit of gray with a snide smile.
Standing upright, he believes himself to be debonaire
as he takes his comb from...

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Categories: adventure, animals, childhood, fantasy,