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Humanity Personification Poems

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

LOVE IS......
Love is the greatest of all virtue;
is greater than anything you know is great, 
bigger than better than biggest best, 
richer than any natural...

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Categories: love,

Dial Up the Sun
I  only tell of sunny hours...
 where rays of warmth embrace the flowers
 or melt the snow laying upon the lawn;
but these momentary shadows...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: creation, sun,

Premium Member THE WIND

   The wind moves like an eagle
             Moving ever so...

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Categories: adventure, analogy, bird, humanity,

Who we are
Who are they ? 

I saw a dog feeding cat baby , I stuck and thinking
They are animals how they can think about others 

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© mamta pal  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 12th grade, anger, angst,

Truth is Bitter
an exigency of life;
a necessity for humanity
whose life
is challenged by lies.
Truth is scary
and yet bitter,
when it is told
enemies are born
anger is awakened.
Truth is a relief

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Categories: truth,

Premium Member Modern bible
Things are quiet when I’m so far away, 
No one can hear what I say,
And the sun sets in blue along the horizon, 
By the...

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Categories: hope, humanity, innocence, religion,

The pavement is unkind
he eats my toe
bit by bit daily
as his dinner


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Categories: humanity, power, satire,

Premium Member Preserved in My Breath
In motion through all spiritual existence,

my warm, cool, tendrils leave a trail through long distance

under the shadows of the cosmos in peaceful coexistence.

I sigh with...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: earth, imagery, nature,

Premium Member Really Stuck My Neck Out Part 2
It was getting very late in the season 
and only more trying storms 
with drenching rains would cover the plains 
but they had to pick...

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Categories: humanity, political,

Premium Member Really Stuck My Neck Out Part 1
So they all converged loosely together 
on the banks of the river 
Which at any given time one could find them
hanging around the watering hole...

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Categories: humanity, political,

Premium Member Sunflower Personification of my Seed

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Categories: analogy, anxiety, feelings, how

The walking tree
On a frosty day in winter an old defoliated tree 
denied the sky and the soil by the younger ones
walks out of the green forest...

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Categories: analogy, beach, humanity, tree,

Taking the proffered ancient torch in hand
In Altamira, Santander and Lascaux
I am the fire, the flickering, burning brand
That leads the artists' hungering below.

Where forms of...

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Categories: art, environment, fire, nature,

Dear Jupiter
You don't know me, and perhaps you never will. But in my heart I am certain that we have at least one thing in common....

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Categories: adventure, earth, future, humanity,

Jim Crow's Demise

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Categories: abuse, america, black african

Who Is She
She glides through the village with perfect poise and grace,
a look of steady purpose, determination on her face.
Along the pathway she approaches the first passerby

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Categories: humanity, imagery, perspective, wisdom,

Premium Member In The Corner
Here I stand in this godforsaken corner
under a forgotten, sun scorched land
beneath an expansive, desert sky.

I squint in the melting sun at high noon
my proud,...

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Categories: angst, humanity, identity,

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,

Where Rivers Rarely Flow
In the chill of the night 
your closeness seduces me 
and warms this tepid soul 
let me linger lightly upon your body 
and lie down...

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© Tim Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: love, peace, symbolism,

I am a proud cat
I am proud to be a cat but a cat
All time I feed on clean fresh milk as
Mankind labor and cry all lifetime

Agamas think I...

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Categories: allegory, humanity, life,