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Summer Personification Poems

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


Premium Member DAUGHTER OF FLAME




The fabric of temperate night unravels,
Embellishing August her red gown
Through heaven’s lease… this daughter of flame
Spreads buds, their complexion pure as dew.

And mornings welcome sunlight...

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Categories: image, summer,



Premium Member In July
Heaven is in my possession,
Treasure lies in my enraptured eyes,
Gold shines upon my complexion.

Life has replied to my aching,
Bold, untrimmed, it rides in on the...

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Categories: personification, daughter, july, mother, summer,

Premium Member Language of Summer
Summer speaks to me by waking me up early
Playing tunes of beautiful song bird melodies
Blowing cool breezes in early mornings
Creating chimes of rustling tree leaves

She...

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Categories: giving, growth, happiness, summer,

Premium Member An Orange and Black Moment
An Orange and Black Moment

I see fluttering shadows on the birdbath;
I see you seeing me.

We study each other – you are mesmerized;
For the beauty that...

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Categories: nature,

Premium Member Lovely Flowers
Magenta, purple and white colored Sweet pea flowers
Have spread their charming blooms all over
Cuddling all the bushes and trees in the path
They have enriched the...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, encouraging, flower,



Pretentious Poem 2
Blackened cubes of naturality stomache across the pains of a million screaming faces
Crushed by the weight of two ton pound horsehell and drowned in the...

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Categories: personification, beach, earth, horse, moon,

Premium Member The Mockingbird
I am an echo of brilliant impersonation, 
replicating melodies heard early dawn-
My feathers of grey with ebony tipped 
wings glide through lavender fields
at dusk.

I favor...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bird,

Premium Member The Farewell of a Magnolia Tree
Goodbye record blackened storm,
And as I lie drying from green to crisp
Waiting for the inevitable debris city truck,
I shall drain my memories,
You were only two...

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Categories: nature, sorrow,

Premium Member The Man in the Moon
The Man in the Moon

His face shown bright this summer night
while hanging in the sky,
and all the while his golden smile
did friendliness imply.

He saw her...

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Categories: lonely, love, moon,

Oceana
Oceana

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,

THE FIRST RAINFALL
After this hot summer days,
I saw every bird on their ways,
To find a roof upon their heads,
Shortly, each bird will be seen on every window,
And...

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Categories: 7th grade, 8th grade,

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,

Premium Member I'm Afraid There's No Denyin'

I fatten 'neath the topsoil's healthy moat
          So pregnant with the surge of life, anew
 ...

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Categories: beauty, flower, metaphor, spring,

A commitment to Love
She could have hardened her heart to Love,
Her list of disappointments would have hardened lesser hearts,
Instead she cloaked herself with Love,
Enough to keep out the...

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Categories: analogy, angel, beautiful, blessing,

Sundial

I only tell of sunny hours while expemplifying gardens in full bloom
a magnet for songing birds that flute and flit  I am none other...

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Categories: analogy,

Sundial Wisdom
I only tell of sunny hours
When the Sun bows to bestow me powers
Casting shadow my finger I point
From past to future I serve as the...

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© PJ Gongora  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: morning, summer, sun, sunset,

Premium Member Ode To the Wind
I love to watch you wind, 
as you sway the trees and blow
across the fields in a gentle breeze, 
but I wonder where you go.
You...

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Categories: appreciation, environment, how i

Dear Winter
For the longest time, I have been longing,
For your return, my dear are you lodging, 
Months and days I have been standing looking from afar...
In...

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Categories: cry, miss you, seasons,

Premium Member The Last Tree of Autumn
The hustling leaves of summer
are but fallen rustle-fodder.
Edges gnarled, backs snapped, sap dried,
pride crushed to dust
beneath crass, ceaseless feet.

Still I remain, wind-whipped
Stripped and flayed, ably...

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Categories: autumn, november, seasons, winter,

Premium Member She danced
All she wanted to do was dance, 
Whirl and twirl and swish around,
Sing and love and live and laugh, 
Dancing with the sound,

She danced in...

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Categories: art, dance, love, passion,