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Old Personification Poems

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


Cupid sets hearts on fire
Every February fourteenth,
(reference Gregorian Calendar see
High Middle Ages his Saints' Day)
which combs thee
day after morrow aye decree

Tweedledum and Tweedledee
mine near one and same
mean mein near...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,



Proud mobile telephone
There was once a proud mobile telephone
She could hide when a shabby customer came
“Tell that one I have gone on trip”
Another one comes
“Inform your man...

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Categories: life, satire,

Premium Member My Name is 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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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beautiful,

HER MAJESTY
English oak tree, named Quercus robur; though known as Her Majesty now
Named Majesty of the Woods; etiquette requires in my presence one must bow
Growing my...

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Categories: age, old, tree,

Premium Member I am a Tree CONTEST
Many years ago I lived in the National Forest I had over 100 rings around, each of the rings meant I was another year old....

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© Bobby May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tree,



Wall of silence
Poem by Koffi Mtonga

My courtesy name passed down through generations, I bear the marker of an outstanding exultation.
Though sometimes I wonder if they were tall...

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Categories: africa, birthday, character, childhood,

Premium Member CHRISTMAS TIME AGAIN


Where I come from
It’s dark and quiet
Eleven months of the year
Then one fine day
Everything changes
All of a sudden
It’s bright and snowing
And I come to life
After...

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Categories: celebration, christmas, december, family,

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 'My Big Blue Peepers'

I came in a tattered old box,
the grand size of a man's shoe box.
I knew that I was unwanted,
around a big empty house I wandered.
On...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cat,

Umbrella
Umbrella 


Rain poured heavily upon my heart,
Soaking my head to my feet
Wind yanked my umbrella 
It flew across the sky
And faded into the clouds 
Lightening...

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Categories: art, dark, depression, grandmother,

Premium Member Old Cup
An old cracked cup
gazes sadly down,
feeling cold and unfulfilled....

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: care, cool, sad,

Premium Member SHH Here He Comes
A dull-looking scuffed up ebony toolbox full of pure happiness,
Sat in the back of Charley’s old green Chevy pick-up truck,
Waiting for him to drink his...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Once upon a time
Once upon a time there were Five key words,
We all knew by heart,
What, where, when, why and how,
And they all came out of our mouths...

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Categories: addiction, betrayal, cancer, children,

Premium Member The Old Jalopy
The old jalopy feels unloved and unwanted.
Many years now she has languished
in this long-abandoned junkyard.
Unhinged, she is an utter wreck.

She had been kept for her...

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Categories: car,

Premium Member The Rooster
Get up MacD, smashed it again, get up and work it old man
Them cows are swallowing all the apples down
Cuc-a-dudal-du, I’m da Roostar, pump it,...

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Categories: farm,

Premium Member The Bloodhound

I can't wait for the sun to set, but it's taking its sweet old time!
My master takes me hunting for raccoons after dark,
and I’m anxious...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

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 Lightning Laughs
clouds extend a high five to each other
crowding and swirling
into a gray frenzy
worse than subway pushing

lightning laughs, choosing her tree.
a tall mighty oak, a hundred...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Disturbing
He is disturbing when I use him
When I see the hoe at my doorsteps
I squeeze his morals in one word, "tyrant"
My feet he eats greedily...

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Categories: abuse, metaphor,

Premium Member Critters Live Under My Hood in Winter
I am like a pretty jalopy that has accumulated rust
A proud chassis but with a droopy fender now
No one oohs or wants to purchase me...

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Categories: car,