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September Personification Poems

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


Premium Member From Our Perch In The Gnarly Gumdrop Tree
Greeting the day's offerings, we cat souls 
Were watching for scampering voles and moles.
Five vigilant cousins and I, perched up high,
watching the sun rise in...

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Categories: 4th grade, 5th grade,



September Bridge, A Letter To January
Dear Jan.                       ...

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Categories: autumn, friendship, september,

Premium Member My Big Blue Peepers
I came in a tattered old box,
the grand size of a man's shoebox.
I knew that I was unwanted,
around a big empty house I wandered.
On a...

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

Our Courageous Kitten
She appeared in the middle of winter on our
porch.  She was the kitten we all fell in 
love with.   But her true...

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Categories: poetry,

Premium Member PRETTY IN PINK


Fancy feast
In my own china dish
How she loved to be finnicky
Wearing nothing but
Her pretty pink rhinestone collar
As she tiptoed across the room
Slinky and sleek
With a...

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Categories: cat, fashion, life, perspective,

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

I am tired, oh, so tired,
My dried brown leaves are falling,
I am losing my looks before my time,
In the hot...

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Categories: metaphor,

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 Wild Mango Fandango


Tongues of my temptress fire lick, 
arousing your ardent artistic desire,
if you dare, imagine me — the intensity
capture me, take your chance;
I’ll love you, leave...

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Categories: dance, emotions, imagery, imagination,

Premium Member 'Black-Eyed Susan'
My name is Susan, Black-Eyed Susan I am called,
     I am hardy, one real tough fighting flower;  I was
born in...

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

Glorious Days Under The Sun
He awakens me at dawn with the touch of his first light
   His warmth opens my azure bloom after the chill of night
I'm...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flower, life, sun,

The Paranoid Sunshine
I didn't notice when sunshine had come and started talking
In loud amber tongue with the pink rhododendron flowers
And the grey shadow of tall oak inquisitively...

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Categories: beauty, faith, flower, kiss,

Premium Member Standing Tall
I live next to a window where the sun shines down on me.
Oh, how I worship its life-giving, everlasting glow!
Each day I try to bend...

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Categories: feelings, flower,

Sole Survivor
Tremulous soil plays host to fleeing frightened fauna as
cacophonic outpourings shatter my serenity.

Whilst my delicate limbs shake in symphonic sympathy,
spluttering engines of destruction belch caustic...

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Categories: environment, imagery, inspirational, metaphor,

Premium Member Oh, beautiful Rose
Oh, beautiful Rose, how nice to meet you!
Fresh, cheerful, and ready for your day’s work,
Of greeting and cheering up people who care for you, 
And...

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© Ram R. V.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flower, nature,

Premium Member My Favorite Tree
		I think I’ll never see a greater presence than this tree,
		the tallest in my yard. He’s like a mighty, stalwart guard.
		I sit by him some...

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Categories: appreciation, god, tree,

Premium Member PINE SEDUCTRESS


The first time I saw her
There she stood
Just a silhouette
Breathtaking
On top of a hill
Tall and elegant
Alone and free
Long youthful mane
Swaying ever so gracefully
To the beat...

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Categories: age, beauty, metaphor, tree,

The walking tree
On a frosty day in winter an old defoliated tree 
denied the sky and the soil by the younger ones
walks out of the green forest...

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Categories: analogy, beach, humanity, tree,

Good Morning, Sep tem ber
                        ...

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Categories: art, autumn, seasons, song,

Premium Member Come, My Love
Come my love, come rest with my brittle bones,
I call you from my dark tomb-  Can you hear me?
I so miss those thrilling days...

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

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,


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