January Personification Poems
These January Personification poems are examples of Personification poems about January. These are the best examples of Personification January poems written by international poets.
Seek the Light Categories: dark, light,
I only tell of sunny hours.
"You are quite strange," I hear you say.
“Why would you choose to use your powers
in this unrealistic way?”
I say, “Though...
DESTINY AND SOUL Categories: destiny, god, life,
" Come all you awaiting for incarnation souls
this is your destiny speaking.
Come and pick a vessel of your choice to embark on
the unique experience...
January is a Well-Learned Trickster Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,
January is a fascinating gateway to cool hand crispy,
Fooling us yearly.
Appearing overnight, as we dream of warmer things.
Covers the earth with her glistening...
The Little Owl and the Wolf Categories: friendship,
A snowy owl sat on her nest
while tending to her brood;
her mate flew out upon a quest
YOUR OWN MUSIC Categories: education, life, wisdom,
Oh, my heart
So many bards you have heard their
Song of life to sing
Their melodies you have enjoyed
The time has come your own...
BIRDS PRAISE Categories: appreciation, bird, blessing, environment,
As feathered fowls* mentioned by the Scriptures
We are God’s wondrous creatures
Of marvelously unique features
Blessed to triumph along freedom-ventures.
Yearning that the Creator would uphold our plight
My Secret Life Categories: animal, dream,
I have a dream often that I am a baby African forest elephant,
The Revered and the Forgotten Categories: bird, society,
The Revered and the Forgotten
colorful young flamingo
hailed by the moniker Domingo
toast of garden parties
mingling with elite in tepid lakes
enraptured by his own image
September Bridge, A Letter To January Categories: autumn, friendship, september,
Dear Jan. ...
Another Word For Heaven Categories: divorce, feelings, funny, humor,
I was given to the D’Mangos as a wedding present; I was silver, sparkly, and pretty full of myself. I have survived two children, a...
THE POET AND HIS MUSE Categories: muse, poetry, poets,
Once upon a time,
a frustrated poet that had not written for a while,
turned towards the heavens and at the top of his voice cried:
LIKE STARVING LIONS Categories: abuse, addiction, grief,
Like a pride of starving lions,
lust's uncontrollable appetites fell upon the
herd of tamed virtues
devouring them to the last
leaving behind only the carcasses
of lofty ideals
BEASTLY APPETITES Categories: abuse, addiction, pain,
Suffering from his excessive beastly appetites in life,
a man in desperation, turned towards them and asked:
" Why you insatiable appetites don't ease your
GARNET Categories: january,
O vibrant and rich January
Velvet sweet, warming the icy vine;
Her crystalline - garnet evening, bright...
Red orioles, whose lilting chorus
The snowflakes, in tinsel greet: And...
A short letter to a hot summer day Categories: funny, humorous, weather,
A short letter to this Hot Summer Day,
I get it, you’re a furnace from the sky.
And you want to play chef, to bake and...
POETICALLY MIME Categories: art, beauty, nature, rain,
The vast ash-leaden clouds are in tears again...
The soggy tears like boxing fists - casting bruise
and blues below. Unlike yesterday where they
September And My Sister Jan Categories: brother, family, humor, september,
Our youngest sister thinks that she’s ‘all that’ and a ‘bag of chips with dips to go’.
She’s very popular and thinks that she’s ‘made to...
OWL SEE YOU Categories: bird, nature, night,
Please don’t ruffle my feathers
It is very rude when you stare
I have the most sensitive hearing
And I know you are lurking there
I mainly venture out...
Visions of a Snowy Owl Categories: bird, nature,
I live on the frozen tundra where cold winds blow
I'm never bothered by the amount of ice and snow
The thickness of my feathers are deep...
- BEAUTIFULLY BOLD - 10 Categories: beautiful, flower, strength, symbolism,
The purple angel facing the sun, so fair to look upon
has a tenacious grip on the moors; it roots secured.
With its head held high,...