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Mother Personification Poems

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


Premium Member Sweet Slumber Of Nip-Laden Dreams
Ah, sweet slumber of nip-laden dreams;
the milk of mother moon bestowed, 
a blessed drink and lactose-free
to this mine humble, feline throat.

Running freely through outer space,
I...

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Categories: animal, cat, humor, pets,



Premium Member Questions
She questions her life..
She questions her mortality..
She questions her immortality..

Curiously seeking for answers ..
Of the unknown..

Who am I..
Why do we rise and fall..
Why is there...

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Categories: earth, life, metaphor, spiritual,

Only when yours truly busies himself
Only when yours truly busies himself...

Feigning to emulate NON GMO
garden variety English major oh just so
ho-hum, this ousted son and cingular bro
biological byproduct of papa's...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,

Premium Member Which Big Cat Am I
I am the biggest and the strongest of all the wild cats.
No I do not live in Africa. Sheesh! Why would you ask that?
You can...

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Categories: 5th grade, 6th grade,

Old Barn
There’s an old barn down the road from our house. It’s bent and bowed and one windy day away from completely succumbing to its aged...

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Categories: anxiety, deep, feelings, identity,



Premium Member Renowned Artist
While walking this morning I met the renowned artist; Fall
He had dressed the sidewalks and streets with his outstanding pieces of art 
Thrilled by the...

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Categories: art, autumn, beauty, change,

FALLING FOR FALL
Be captivated by my color-transformation radiance
Showcasing my Season asset’s magnificent performance 
Some say it’s Mother nature’s brilliance
But for me, I’m God’s artistry of sovereign elegance...
…ushering...

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Categories: appreciation, autumn, christian, faith,

Premium Member In July
Heaven is in my possession,
Treasure lies in my enraptured eyes,
Gold shines upon my complexion.

Life has replied to my aching,
Bold, untrimmed, it rides in on the...

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Categories: personification, daughter, july, mother, summer,

Mothers are like that
I heard many times before
When sad, mothers become trees
They become clouds, 
when there is more sorrow
And a rosary,
when they are more sorry



I knew a long...

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Categories: blessing, god, jesus, mother,

Premium Member I am a Lonely Milkweed Pod
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...

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Categories: environment, feelings, loneliness, lonely,

A Letter to Mom and Dad
Dear Mom and Dad, it's me, your son;
Out of my brothers, I'm the handsome one.
You've been gone for quite a while;
I'm glad you raised me...

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Categories: father, missing you, mother,

Surrender Into Obliviousness level uno
Gray matter subjected to accumulate
incessant overall slack heavily larded
earlier in marriage, viz Zison clan
evicted Harris family,
whose hardship unemployment did exacerbate,
neither me nor birth mother worked

both...

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Categories: adventure, bereavement, conflict, grief,

Premium Member Frustrated Flammulated Flycatcher
Do not skulk, my mother said, sternly, meanly, and often.
How could I not? I asked myself. We are skulking birds, are we not?
Your bill is...

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Categories: bird,

Premium Member When They See My Wing Shadow They Know
When I am on the hunt if I want fresh
I choose young, it is always fresher meat.
Young bunnies, squirrels, rats, moles, voles.
Tastier, and less of...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Of my love for you
Of My Love For You
I remember the first time I'd heard your voice. You had just dropped off a another dude, seen the good bye...

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Categories: marriage,

Premium Member Stab the helpless ground
Hurtling clumsily through dark layers of sky --
   Unwelcome residue of engorged, menacing clouds --
Gathering momentum, bulking up as they descend
  ...

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Categories: city, snow, storm,

Premium Member My Secret Life
          I have a dream often that I am a baby African forest elephant, 
I keep...

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Categories: animal, dream,

Have You Ever Felt Pain When Everything Was Numb
I wish that nightmares only happened in dreams
Or lives that were so tightly joined together, didn't burst at the seams
I wish that I could find...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium Member 'Rose'
I know that I am dying, I am fading fast,
     my life is almost over, by tomorrow I will be dead;
and...

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Categories: love hurts,

Premium Member I Smell So Good
They scoop me up, I smell so good.  Others come, and stand in line. People shifting, impatiently.
They pay money, as cash registers sing happily....

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,