Loneliness Personification Poems
These Loneliness Personification poems are examples of Personification poems about Loneliness. These are the best examples of Personification Loneliness poems written by international poets.
Ode to the Period Categories: humor, love,
I know you're just a tiny dot,
but in the world of writing, not
a mark more powerful exists.
When thoughts get jammed up, you insist
they separate and...
I am a Lonely Milkweed Pod Categories: environment, feelings, loneliness, lonely,
I am a lonely milkweed pod
No one is here to see my prettiness
No child has taken me to school
My seeds are almost ready to fly...
To Dispel Loneliness Categories: loneliness, perspective,
unwanted, he covertly creeps into my thoughts
lest, to his disdain, unwitting smiles might escape
hope’s thief demands his own satisfaction
abandons me to wither in vain love’s...
Wasted Categories: black african american, cry,
Nightmares of the potential I wasted haunt me at night.
Repeats of the old me cut deeper than a sword.
And when I ask for help, I...
Park Bench 286 - Boston Common - Christmas Categories: christmas, loneliness,
Park Bench #286
Colder, less comfortable,
holding court with
weakly trembling sun
I offer my scant refuge -
a silent moment - awaiting
life’s unrepentant penitents.
I listen as regret
I Am Your Shadow Categories: allegory, encouraging, imagery, life,
Hello, may I have your attention, please?
If you turn your back to me, I'll still tag along
I'm your loyal, faithful friend. Won't you be mine,...
A LETTER TO LONELY LOVE Categories: love,
Sitting alone you cry in loneliness,
or linger solitary in darkness,
I know you encountered negligence,
as people fall prey to dismay.
The quest for love is there...
A Desert-Like Heart Categories: heartbroken,
A Desert-Like Heart
Full of emptiness
love is absent
no river of joy
like a refuse
like an uninteresting entity
whom to love ?
who loves ?
Winter's Storm Categories: beauty, depression, loneliness, lust,
I am the winter, '97,
A snow storm rising,
Yet, I am the autumn's call,
A gentle breeze,
The orange fall.
Still, my swirl of auburn leaves,
Turn carbon black,
Broken Water Faucet Categories: children, destiny, emotions, children,
Broken Water Faucet
©2017by Susie Krauter
A poem written for children to demonstrate personification
My cold silvery shiny metal
handle no longer moves
to the top of the...
The Candle Categories: anxiety, depression, loneliness, pain,
On a cold and dark night
A lonely candle shining bright
Dispelling the darkness around her with light
Hoping someone just might
Talk to her and ask her how...
Just A Caged Bird Categories: loneliness,
I am a little caged bird, you see:
I look and I see tiny silver bars crisscross my view;
I’m never seeing the world in...
DEAR SILENT CHAIR Categories: allusion, beauty, birth, body,
DEAR SILENT CHAIR
I always imagine how perfect you were created,
For life and for rest, you were made for many.
You carried no harm but yet, you’re...
Categories: loneliness, pain, passion,
Glass Ceiling Categories: death, spiritual,
Crouched here in the corner of the ceiling
watching myself – fighting to endure –
I stifle tears, for I am but his essence
growing dimmer as...
Insomnia Categories: sleep, spoken word,
1am: The clock strikes like bolts of lightning as my brain rapidly
fires neurons creating a torturous play field in my tired mind.
Pangs of loneliness hit...
Garden Categories: poetry,
Garden was all alone,
Unloved and uncared for,
Hadn’t always been that way,
Once a pride and joy for all,
Spectacular and beautiful,
People loved to be there with garden,
Poetry River run free Categories: poems,
Quietness upon the face,
Silence and loneliness,
Land before time,
Before living things existed,
Sadness as my waters ran through the earth,
Was my voice the only thing to...
life story Categories: beauty, blessing, blue, freedom,
A road going along the river
that is calm and long
the width varies with time
the tide swallows the ride
The motion of water
is curling up and down
THESE FOUR WALLS Categories: family, imagination,
Decades have clocked past since we were capped by roof
As you take your children down the history without and in us
We fondly and times...