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May Personification Poems

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


Premium Member The Rooster

I am no woebegone capon peon
for forks and knives to come upon,
no, I am a busy rooster father
in serious need of a duty roster
to ensure...

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Categories: anxiety, bird, business, caregiving,



Premium Member The Rooster
The Rooster

He strutted ‘cross the barnyard tall and proud,
away from all the bustle of the crowd;
the other roosters in the yard felt cowed,
to him they...

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Categories: allegory, animal, humorous,

Premium Member Up To Your Knees

I think I'm fantastic, indestructable plastic

I dwell on the land and the sea,

Try as you will, any landfill

There's no way to get rid of me.

We...

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© Gary Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: earth, pollution,

Premium Member SHADOWS


They lurk about
Think no one sees
They stalk believing
No one knows
They’re there
Hushed implicit
In the night
Slithering about
Disguised
Concealed
Dodged
Eluded
Getting off
On being ignored
The dark shadows
Lurking in the night



posted on May...

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Categories: dark, night, silence,

Premium Member THUNDER MAKES ME FLINCH


I’d like to think
I’m bold and brave
Who am I fooling
I’m not
Never will be!
I’m a wimp
A sissy and a shrimp
I tremble
Like a leaf
At the roar
Of thunder
And...

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Categories: dog, fear, pride, storm,

Premium Member May is the Queen of Happiness
May is my happy month, for she is my birth month 
Some people treat themselves with a birthday.
I made the decision to celebrate my birth...

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Categories: happiness, happy, joy, may,

Premium Member Spring is a Colorful Salad
Spring is a colorful salad
Roses are her radishes
Marigold her croutons
Lilacs in her dressing, dribbling sweetly
She is tossed in wind storms

Spring is a tasty salad
She uplifts...

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Categories: spring,



MY FIERY WRATH
You’ve seen my rage that can smite cathedrals’ steadfast posture 
Exempting not that edifice in Notre Dame midst its antique feature…
May I remind you of...

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Categories: christian, faith, god, grief,

Premium Member May Comes In Disguised as a Faerie
May comes in disguised as a rainbow unicorn faerie.
She leaps into the air dancing on frothy snow clouds.
We try to slow her up, so we...

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Categories: may, spring,

Premium Member Anon

With not a single hobby, 
and precious few friends, 
Time has too much time on its hands. 

For its appointments it arrives early,
always much too...

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Categories: age, february, how i

Premium Member Lion
In the valley of tall golden fire, I rest 

listening to the sound of the earth heartbeat. 

Africa's eastern breath presses its cheek against mine...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: africa, beauty,

Premium Member Personification Is My Favorite Poem to Write
Personification is my favorite poem to write.
I can fly to my nest and feed my eaglets, 
or I can scare humans to death with my...

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Categories: personification, introspection, poems, poetess, poetry,

Mr Spring
Hello. My name is Spring and I make an appearance every year.
People have often made comments of me like, 'Spring is in the air'.
For Daylight...

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Categories: march, seasons, spring,

Premium Member I Love Everybody Testimonial--
This is the absolute;
This is the truth;
I have a mantra…
And it says that
I say that
I Love Everybody;
I Love Everybody;
I Love Everybody;

Did I say, yes I...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, blessing, caregiving,

OPTIMISTIC PERSPECTIVE
I only tell of sunny hours…
With my radiant optimistic perspective
Instructing humankind to cheer up
As our Creator wakes every one 
To enjoy life to the fullest.

Since...

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Categories: appreciation, cheer up, christian,

Premium Member Science Lesson From a Mayfly
Damselflies are dainty, they are wisest of the wise.
Dragonflies a bit dumpy, much bigger than you and I.
I am a three-tailed Mayfly, so I am...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member The Little Owl and the Wolf
A snowy owl sat on her nest
   while tending to her brood;
her mate flew out upon a quest 
   to gather...

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Categories: friendship,

Distant Lights
By George P. Lumayag
https://georgelumayag.weebly.com 
george.lumayag@deped.gov.ph 
 
 
Lights marching uphill and downhill
        On a dark mountain site
With fireflies...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

MOVING FORWARD
WHO AM I? YOU MUST SAY A WOMAN WHO HAS BEEN BEATEN DOWN BY LIFE WHO HAS SURVIVED MANY THINGS.

SOME OF THEM YOU WILL NEVER...

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Categories: black african american, celebration,

A Letter About My Friend
To Whom it may concern:

I have known him since birth and beyond.  I also knew his parents who were very Godly people in a...

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Categories: friendship love, god, love,