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Self Personification Poems

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


Premium Member Dawn Mover

I help people correct mistakes
with a deft turn.
White paper returns to self:
for this they yearn.

On hand, ready to assign,
staying by blue pen.
An "Oh no!" is...

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© Julia Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cute,



A Miracle
When do mistakes happen? 
What makes a miracle real?
Who decides what value is worth? who thought of us? who painted the canvass of hills that...

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Categories: art, inspirational, meaningful, prayer,

Premium Member Hyena
Feral Exchange

I am well spotted and nasty and do not mind that description

Will gather my fortune whatever is your inappropriate depiction

Dig my teeth into your...

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Categories: psychological,

Premium Member Running Makes Me a Stallion
Running turns me into a stallion
Not a filly
A stallion

A full blown running machine
With strains in my neck 
And puffing and huffing from my nose

I know...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member I am a Chameleon
I am an old porch
Leaning in on a bent back
Weathered and rotting

Aha! Something enticingly fun
comes into view
turning me into my butterfly self.

Orange and dotted, 
flitting...

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Categories: 4th grade, 5th grade,



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,

Surrender Into Obliviousness level deux
on path to autonomy, she matured of late,
exhibiting autism during childhood
compliments of intervention, mastered
vanquished every trace to acclimate
self reliance no matter said spate
of developmental delay,
cramped,...

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Categories: absence, allegory, angst, atheist,

Premium Member Crusty McBakeface Tells It Like It Is
I held this thing together,
I stayed strong around your airiness,
How wrong is it to be the one
that keeps us from precarious
collapse? “You are my rock!”,...

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Categories: betrayal, fun, funny, humor,

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,

LOVE IS
LOVE IS......
Love is the greatest of all virtue;
is greater than anything you know is great, 
bigger than better than biggest best, 
richer than any natural...

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Categories: love,

Premium Member She Sleeps in Dreams
She is
 sallow-skinned, salacious, seductive beauty,
  secure, safely sequestered in seclusion;
   sinking, shaking, shattered, submerged 
self-contained, self-centered in selfless solitude
 
she sleeps,...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, word play,

Congested Without Psychological Rheum
No antihistamine can 
unblock the lifetime
accumulation of stoppered emotional gunk
zapping, undermining, and polluting spunk
mine early life in retrospective avast flunk
stripped mined wasteland qua sinkhole,

where eternal...

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Categories: abuse, analogy, anti bullying,

Premium Member The Revered and the Forgotten
The Revered and the Forgotten


colorful young flamingo
hailed by the moniker Domingo
toast of garden parties
mingling with elite in tepid lakes
narcissistic moments 
enraptured by his own image
“pretty...

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Categories: bird, society,

Premium Member What Did I Do Wrong
They brought me out of storage today a day late.
Christmas was yesterday.
I am not giddy, not happy, not optimistic because usually
I get to be revered...

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Categories: 10th grade, 12th grade,

Promise Me, Promise You
Falling to the floor, hands touching your own filthy guilt
Too much attention is a lesson I learned, a building no longer Standing still
The weight of...

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Categories: allusion, anger, august, autumn,

Premium Member Open Field Feeling Badly
I am raging mad. Wishing I had hot molting killing lava to pour on that ugly human in the funny clothes who violated me yesterday....

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Categories: anger, farm, nature,

Who we are
Who are they ? 

I saw a dog feeding cat baby , I stuck and thinking
They are animals how they can think about others 
We...

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© mamta pal  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 12th grade, anger, angst,

Listen to Self
Listen to Self 


Listen to inner self                  ...

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Categories: feelings,

Broken Soul
By: Elicia Spik/Jenson
6/20/2018
 

A girl who grew up abused and beaten.
Went through life as a child uncertain.
Grew up not trusting and having issues.
Each relationship never...

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Categories: depression,

The Crying Man
As time comes to an end,
I lose my self in thought,
Thinking of my life,
What I’ve done,
I remember the ones I love and the ones I...

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Categories: anger, dark,