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Image Personification Poems

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


Premium Member DAUGHTER OF FLAME




The fabric of temperate night unravels,
Embellishing August her red gown
Through heaven’s lease… this daughter of flame
Spreads buds, their complexion pure as dew.

And mornings welcome sunlight...

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Categories: image, summer,



When poetry steps off the page
When poetry steps off the page,
It has come of age,
And is ready for life as a sage.

When poetry steps off the page,
It can many voices...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, beauty, celebrity,

Premium Member The Bloodhound

I can't wait for the sun to set, but it's taking its sweet old time!
My master takes me hunting for raccoons after dark,
and I’m anxious...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Through the mirage of poetry

Like a calm sea,
Like a restless sea,
Always so distance,
Like a mirage in a desert,
 Your face fresh like an Oliver tree,
 Your Voices tickle my...

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Categories: dream, first love, image,

Red Baron
Red Baron sits in his cockpit;
He fires off shot after shot;
As enemies perish.
Raging, waging battles;
He longs for home and the great burgers,
From Charlie Brown’s grill;...

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Categories: animal, appreciation, character, dog,



The Revered and the Forgotten
The Revered and the Forgotten


colorful young flamingo
hailed by the moniker Domingo
toast of garden parties
mingling with elite in tepid lakes
narcissistic moments 
enraptured by his own image
“pretty...

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Categories: bird, society,

THE PARK BENCH AT CHRISTMAS
I’m the park bench, and I’m a witness of varied personalities 
at Christmas time:
Among those I behold with glee are the beautiful ladies, 
endowed by...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, character, christmas,

Promise Me, Promise You
Falling to the floor, hands touching your own filthy guilt
Too much attention is a lesson I learned, a building no longer Standing still
The weight of...

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Categories: allusion, anger, august, autumn,

No Secrets
Wall hears, sees; absorbs all;
Take care with your secrets; 
the walls have their own way of gossiping; 
don’t think you can just leave and keep...

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Categories: environment, image, imagery, imagination,

vanity
Vanity is but the easiest prey
Consumed by what did you say

Don't you think I am pretty
Late night affirmation of the kitty

Seeking compliment in your own...

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Categories: i am, imagery, jealousy,

Seasons
Summer times; and winter season:
Lovely time and everything happening,
Blue skies and warm mornings,
Beautiful trees and green grasses
Frozen lakes and dim appearances:
Nothing but fogs and mirages

Last...

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Categories: age, blue, deep, image,

Premium Member She Sneaks In
She sneaks into town
In the middle of the night;
Sets up before daybreak.
Her colors blind the town square.

Her barkers have games set up before the crowd...

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Categories: 3rd grade, 4th grade,

Premium Member The End of October
On such a dreary and dismal night;
no moon in the sky to give them light.
  The black cat and the raven, out for a...

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Categories: halloween, scary,

Beauty And The Beast, Mystic
This is No Man's Land of fallen trees, and God-forsaken deadwood fill the landscape. I, the beast, am in my domain and feel no estrangement,...

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Categories: animal, beauty, caregiving, children,

Abortion
Abortion

see its damage
after throwing that baby on a dustbin
a baby is God's image
abortion is something so mean
destroying nature
a baby's future.

Drencho POET Loads

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Categories: abortion,

PEARL IN PERIL
Adorning filth
In destructive tandem
You were meant to beautify
Sadly you are unnoticeably wasted
A pearl in the sand
What is thy worth
Unless washed and washed till
It's fit to...

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Categories: abuse, identity, image, imagery,

Premium Member Butterfly
An inchworm
has measured
another May
now descends 
into June's cocoon
to emerge
as butterfly July
Fire crimson 
and emerald
born 
from an ashen sky...

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Categories: image, metaphor, nature,

Premium Member PICTURE FROM SUMMER



High above the prairie grass and buds
I saunter to meet the close of day... 
Nightingales echo their welcome song 
As brocade of Summer's finery
Bedecks the...

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Categories: image, summer,

Moving Pictures - Primitive Production
Bent down blue in prismatic fashion
refracted in reflection mirrored in sight
flames flicker and my mind twirls
round and round with an image seen
dancing with the flight...

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© Tim Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: light, visionary,

Premium Member Here I Am
That's how I am and I should not be surprised. 
It's how I really look. 
I am not astonished at what I am. 
I'm flesh...

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Categories: body, creation, growth, i