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Red Personification Poems

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


THIS EMERALD GREEN DRESS
Having soaked up 
all her memories
whilst dancing 
with the man she loved
So many nights remembered
as their souls soared up above
I complimented her red hair
rich emerald...

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Categories: granddaughter, green, love, memory,



THE ROOSTER
       THE ROOSTER
                ...

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Categories: appreciation, bird, happy,

Bloodhound
Morning has risen
the sky is showing off
a bit more enthusiasm than i
with my ears hanging 
off the edge of the bed
my worried look shows
through the...

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Categories: child, dog, lost,

Premium Member The Rooster
I'm so cocksure of myself all day
strutt'n around the neighborhood block
Trying to pick up all the pretty chicks
Yelling cock-a-doodle-do from high on my rock
I can...

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Categories: animal, fun,

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 Mockingbird
I like to sit and sing on the edge of your roof,
or on a high tree when I am feeling aloof;
sometimes-   my songs...

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Categories: bird,

Premium Member The 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: death, flower,



Through the mirage of poetry

Like a calm sea,
Like a restless sea,
Always so distance,
Like a mirage in a desert,
 Your face fresh like an Oliver tree,
 Your Voices tickle my...

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Categories: dream, first love, image,

Hello Hurricane Katrina
Hello Hurricane Katrina. How are you these days?
The last time you visited us we shall never forget
Your generosity, kindness, humility, love, hard work
Which community cannot...

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Categories: natural disasters, satire,

Premium Member SANGUINEA, QUEEN OF THE INCAS

In the lush jungles of constant condensation,
A royal order of an ancient kingdom,
That had ruled from an unknown beginning ,
A caste system, whereby, a legacy...

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Categories: allegory, flower, imagery, nature,

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,

Everything
I Used To Be A Poet Series, #2
written in 2006, 
Published in my first book, Afternoon Tea.
Freeverse

Everything

I am Creamy Chocolate
I am Milky White,
I am Yellow,...

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Categories: imagination,

Premium Member Red rust
Years of wind, rain, hail and shine, 
Years of straight lines of dust,
Have slowly transformed this beautiful place, 
Into a place full of rust,

Where whatever...

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Categories: beautiful, earth, emotions, farm,

Premium Member A Wolfish Throwback
I wolf down my food
in a gluttonous way
chomp chomp slurp slurp
Gnash gnash slurp slurp
A throwback to a previous incarnation
When I actually was a wolf, or...

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Categories: 6th grade, 7th grade,

Unrequited Car Rearing Paramours Of Yesteryear
Ford score and...Chevy
five years ago,
my Model A strapping
handsome big bro,
(who sped like one

speeding Triumph font lee, crow),
wing, & swooping Thunderbird, with
bold face observers whistling Geronimo
(Holy...

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Categories: adventure, age, analogy, creation,

Red Baron
Red Baron sits in his cockpit;
He fires off shot after shot;
As enemies perish.
Raging, waging battles;
He longs for home and the great burgers,
From Charlie Brown’s grill;...

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Categories: animal, appreciation, character, dog,

Premium Member January is a Well-Learned Trickster
January is a fascinating gateway to cool hand crispy, 
Fooling us yearly. 
Appearing overnight, as we dream of warmer things.
Covers the earth with her glistening...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Urban
Urban

Dare to touch me without any rules. 
Dare to see the spectacular view on us
In the nearest past
Covered by shadows, covered by dust. 
How passionately...

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Categories: boyfriend, character, city, crush,

Premium Member Little red runt
No? You don't have pity on me? You should!
   I'm sure you'd rather be a stick of wood
Food that doesn't smell so good,...

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Categories: abuse, assonance, senses,

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,