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Snow Personification Poems

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


Premium Member May Comes In Disguised as a Faerie
May comes in disguised as a rainbow unicorn faerie.
She leaps into the air dancing on frothy snow clouds.
We try to slow her up, so we...

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Categories: may, spring,



Premium Member Desert Bloom
My aorta beats in golden poppies,
pulsing down slopes to pool
in a bruise of purple sage.
Though my eyes gleam
with lemon marigolds
snow caps of porcelain lupine
melt on...

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Categories: flower, metaphor, spring,

Mr Spring
Hello. My name is Spring and I make an appearance every year.
People have often made comments of me like, 'Spring is in the air'.
For Daylight...

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Categories: march, seasons, spring,

Premium Member I am a Booby
My best feature by far, my bright azure feet.
A mating dance star, prowess cannot be beat.
South American bird, wing span of five feet.
My diving is...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

YELLOW TRUMPETS FULL OF JOIE DE VIVRE
The time is here for me to take my journey to the sun
For spring will soon arrive and full of life my time has come
Winter...

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Categories: beauty, smile, spring, yellow,

Dial Up the Sun
I  only tell of sunny hours...
 where rays of warmth embrace the flowers
 or melt the snow laying upon the lawn;
but these momentary shadows...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: creation, sun,

Premium Member Through the eyes of a snowflake
I was all wet at first tumbling down
A tear from a cloud
It was getting cold but then I saw
A snowflake falling by me

My arms and...

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



My Place in the Sun
    I only tell of sunny hours...
    That grace my countenance supine.
    For dark clouds mask...

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Categories: dark, light, sun, time,

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,

Premium Member Stab the helpless ground
Hurtling clumsily through dark layers of sky --
   Unwelcome residue of engorged, menacing clouds --
Gathering momentum, bulking up as they descend
  ...

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Categories: city, snow, storm,

Don't Blow Said The Trailblazer
Some people like to live on the edge or hang on a ledge. Not me.
I'm just Daniel, a trailblazer forging ahead, making a pathway for...

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Categories: anger, god, mountains, natural

Premium Member Winter Coat
Winter decided to arrive early
he asked North wind to blow
his frosty breath over the ground
his huffs and puffs came hastily
tossing an scattering
fallen leaves of autumn.

Winter...

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Categories: winter,

Premium Member Winter in The Meadow
She floated down into the meadow quietly, silencing the air, by stilling it.
The surrounding oak trees smiled, recognizing her power, not fully
understanding her majesty, but...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Park Bench 286 - Boston Common - Christmas
Park Bench #286
Boston Common
Christmas

Colder, less comfortable,
holding court with
weakly trembling sun
I offer my scant refuge -
a silent moment - awaiting
life’s unrepentant penitents.

I listen as regret
stings the...

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Categories: christmas, loneliness,

I'm A Park Bench
I'm a park bench put here for people's well being.               ...

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Categories: christmas, love,

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? 
We...

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Categories: humor,

Premium Member The Lupus Was a She
The lupus was a she 
howling at an orange winter moon
baying for a he
with pups yelping unison in tune.

“Where could Daddy be?”
They question Mother as...

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Categories: animal, death,

Premium Member Dandelion Plucking Tool
I am a bright yellow blossom
I spread beauty across the lawn
But, adults consider me a weed
And children play games
Wanting to pop off my head!
I am...

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Categories: angst, flower, humorous,

Premium Member One of a Pair
It was a cold winter day on the Fundy Bay when the wind and the Ocean Raged

You were a child with the sweetest smile who...

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Categories: clothes,

Premium Member I Am The Grass That Grows
Between the rows and rows of tombs of your beloved gone
I cover all the bones that lay beneath me-
      ...

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


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