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Silver Personification Poems

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


Oceana flings her sequined petticoats
Upon the sands
As if to toss the seaweed 
From the
Swirling edges
While she dances with the wind
With each turn she swings her...

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Categories: personification, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Cat in my Canvas
No other cats are blue.
Why me?
She is a weirdy-cat herself, this artist woman.
Her cartoon witches are laughable, and I am blue?
Uh-oh. Here she comes again.

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Categories: art, cat, funny, humor,

Premium Member Once Upon A Time
     Once upon a time, I was created by an 18th century jeweler,
but I do not remember his name because of...

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Categories: nostalgia,

Premium Member Beef Stew Family
We are a plethora of flavors, 
Bubbling in a silver crockpot
Seductively salty, carrot friendly,
Our potatoes cut in squarest chunks.

We bob up, and see our reflection...

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Categories: 4th grade, 5th grade,

Premium Member Missing My Game Pieces
My Silver top hat and my Boardwalk card are missing.
This happened to my cousin.
It is only a matter of time until this gets discovered.
By the...

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Categories: 3rd grade, 4th grade,

Premium Member Being Her Shoes
We are extremely jealous of her sandals, the ones with the glitzy silver rhinestones.
She has worn them twice this week. But who is counting? 

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Categories: humor,

Customized shoes and a leather coat
That’s the swagger of this poet
Forward is where I’ll stir this boat
My journey is like the dead Sea I’ll always...

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Categories: birth, black love, blessing,

when I open the eyes, and squint properly
From above the Chetambe, and watch around fairly
I think is a nice , but together spent rarely
I want...

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Categories: anti bullying, betrayal, character,

Premium Member A Stitch in Time
     Sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
     In a house where a maiden's dreams were crushed

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Categories: dream, marriage,

Premium Member Lie Down on Me
I wait for you in the moonlight
In the quiet of the night
Within this room that holds
So many moments of your life

The dreams you've dreamed
Still linger...

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Categories: age, death, grief,

Premium Member The Old Brooch
     Once upon a time, I was created by an 18th century jeweler,
but I do not remember his name because of...

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Categories: nostalgia,

Premium Member Another Word For Heaven
I was given to the D’Mangos as a wedding present; I was silver, sparkly, and pretty full of myself. I have survived two children, a...

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Categories: divorce, feelings, funny, humor,

Premium Member A GRAND DAME

She twirls with fullest branches
admiring her ornamental dress,
patchwork of souvenirs, yesteryear’s
arts and crafts - preschool to cool age.

Silver tinsel fringe caught the light

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Categories: christmas,

A Love Letter
It was a new dawn, a new day, a new beginning for me -
When dazzling sunlight hit the wavering pond like gold dust,
dissipating the mist...

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Categories: lost love,

Premium Member A Century To Immortality
This wise old bulk twined and furled self mended throughout
She shows me her bark churning scars inside out 
Sage sentry    her silver...

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Categories: appreciation, life, tree,

The rain
Rain dear, rain dear,
On your earth dear,
Animals are there because of you dear,
Elephants, lion, and reindeer.

Raindrops, raindrops,
Little silver rain drops,
Falling on the leaves rain drops,

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Categories: beautiful, beauty, care, cute

Just A Caged Bird
I am a little caged bird, you see: 

I look and I see tiny silver bars crisscross my view; 
I’m never seeing the world in...

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© MV Adjin  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: loneliness,

Who Is She
She glides through the village with perfect poise and grace,
a look of steady purpose, determination on her face.
Along the pathway she approaches the first passerby

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Categories: humanity, imagery, perspective, wisdom,

Premium Member The spider and me
	         The spider and me… 	

Within garden that was called garden of love,
I was flying with a...

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Categories: adventure, age, metaphor, youth,

The Sky God
The beauteous flowers and the hopeful trees bow to you.
The great beasts of the land inhale the clean, earthy smell of the rain you bring.

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© Iris Blade  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beauty, blue, imagery, sky,