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October Personification Poems

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

Winter's Body
Winter’s body is a car boot sale, a mosaic of the seasons and shifts, 
the breezes and breaths of a year’s footsteps, gone.

The battered wheels...

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Categories: personification, analogy,

Premium Member A Halloween Horror
A creepy-looking lit jack 'o lantern takes perverse pleasure in startling 
Trick-or-treating kids. It waits until they get to the door, then lets out 

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Categories: day, halloween, scary, sound,

Premium Member Paintbrush and friends
Me and my friends we lay in a line, 
Ready to be coloured from dry,
Ready to douse and create beautiful, 
Answers to your questions of...

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Categories: art, imagery,

Rice Field
Under the scorching sun I thirst for rain 
As the summer heat cracks open my skin
For that scarce water I waited in vain
Leaving me too...

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Categories: nature, seasons,

Premium Member Thoughts of an Old October Elm Tree
Thoughts of an Old October Elm Tree

My browning leaves decry
My farewell to Mrs. Summer and her plush;
With her desperate gasping push
Against cold and coming days.


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Categories: age, metaphor,

Undulating Seasons
Autumn moon moods taunt my soul
as satirical jazz rocks locked, untold
gory stories of defeat, retreating soulless
untold joys, imploding screams unblest.

As a season, I reason stages...

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© Sona Wilae  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: autumn, moon, november, october,

Premium Member FAMILY CAT

King of the castle
Proud and arrogant
Prowls at night
Spends days alternating
Stretching and sleeping
Following that perfect
Internal clock for feeding times
Totally content with the dullest routine
Dreading jolly interruptions

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Categories: cat, family, holiday, wisdom,

Premium Member The Old Red Maple
Too long since smooth sapling skin
bent supple with the slightest breeze;
now stretched, fissured and furrowed -
bored, burned and bent - 
sliced, scarred and carved, yet

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Categories: life,

The Cupid Feelings - Topic A
I think I need surgery,
Can I take out my heart?               ...

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Categories: care, love, romance,

Premium Member Cosmic Shake-up in 2006

		So sorry, Pluto! You cannot be deemed
		“ninth planet” anymore because there’s been
		a redefining that eliminates
		you from the list of planets. Since you’re kin

		to the remaining...

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Categories: change, planet, science,

Her Independence-NIGERIA
Her freedom She fought for, overcoming
 Hurdles' and struggles
Against all odds and cost
Alas! She did gain Her freedom
After Her history of pain
It was worth the...

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Categories: africa, birth, birthday,

Ode To Oval
*My beloved Oval, I fear that my words fall short of what I am feeling in my heart.  May you accept these few lines...

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Categories: america, patriotic, political, sad,

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,

Premium Member My Warrior
He has a unique relationship with every tree,
watching them sway gently in the cool October breezes like a dance, 
whispering secrets to him that cannot...

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Categories: mystery, wind,

A Letter To Hurricane Irma
I have great respect for you, and I have refused to take any of you for granted, even though I have never experienced your presence....

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Categories: beach, god, storm, weather,

Monument to the Old Me
Lurking amongst shabby, impenetrable, undergrowth,
cloistered effigy is sheltered from casual view,
languishing, neglected, forgotten... but content.

No longer possessing a name; no longer serving a purpose;
whatever inscription...

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Categories: analogy, art, character, growth,

Spanning the River
I've spanned these banks for many years,
made evident in the rusty tin adorning my roof 
My sides are scarred , colors been stripped
from angry storms...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: environment, river,

Premium Member Seasonal Closure
October cannot stay to show her love
As stars slowly light  her colored hair
She slowly blends into November's mist
Silently slipping away

November arrives  undressing autumn

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Categories: autumn, snow,

Wall's Dis-covery

Wall was so very pleased
when she saw the new can of paint.
"Cherry Tomato", wow!
after ten years of "Calmly Quaint."

The tickle of the brush
filling her hard-to-reach...

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Categories: happiness, pain, red, sensual,

Vivacious Lily
Vivacious Lily 

She took on cruise plenty souls
Merry they danced with joy
Glimpse of her dissolved all woes
When she smiled and blushed with coy
Spread her scent...

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Categories: flower, love, moon, nature,