Tree Personification Poems
These Tree Personification poems are examples of Personification poems about Tree. These are the best examples of Personification Tree poems written by international poets.
I Am A Tree
earth, giving, life, tree,
I am easily recognized by my colors of green and brown beautifying the planet.
I am a much beloved and living canopy under the beautiful blue...
age, old, tree,
English oak tree, named Quercus robur; though known as Her Majesty now
Named Majesty of the Woods; etiquette requires in my presence one must bow
Read my tree leaves -- Contest
tree, wisdom, words,
My branches, my leaves, wave in many directions
delicate empathy-seekers, they reach out
to the four corners of the world
The Desire Of A Pine Tree
christmas, metaphor, tree,
The contours cascading from the higher Himalayan slope
hold me, the upstanding cone of jade, a coniferous pine,
gilded in gold soaked from the swathe of glistened...
BARKING OF THE OAK
This oak tree and me, we’re made of the same stuff.. Carl Sagan
why lean on my
breathe my rest...
climb my milieu...
hull me out
Glimmer of Sun
Sun peeks from behind tree line.
Soft remnant of cold day
Which did not warm up until late afternoon.
Last bit of optimism
Slipping away fast
With glimmer of...
Veins of a Bonfire
and for our fifth anniversary, wood;
at that age love’s roots are hopeful, flexible,
damp: feeling fresh earth with fingers
stretching and toes padding. A landscape found.
I bear the scars of axes
I bear the scars of axes
lost rings consumed
in fiery conflagration
rooted in the past
leafless in the present
reaching into the future.
Wars have torn me
taken my offspring
I am a Tree CONTEST
Many years ago I lived in the National Forest I had over 100 rings around, each of the rings meant I was another year old....
CHRISTMAS TIME AGAIN
celebration, christmas, december, family,
Where I come from
It’s dark and quiet
Eleven months of the year
Then one fine day
All of a sudden
It’s bright and snowing
And I come to life
Which Big Cat Am I
5th grade, 6th grade,
I am the biggest and the strongest of all the wild cats.
No I do not live in Africa. Sheesh! Why would you ask that?
allegory, nature, tree, wisdom,
Me and me be a baobab tree,
I and I have very long longevity ...
this bark speak no rot falsity
A thousand years seems like
I Say to The
betrayal, bible, creation, destiny,
"I Say To The"
Can you see me?
Your eyes open but not wide.
Ears finding sound tho the message still hides.
Things we take for granted on...
anxiety, august, environment, planet,
A slow unravelling of features
And personality on the mountain slopes
By play between clouds and Sun
Two hours of matchless play
My heart in a body paralyzed
'My Big Blue Peepers'
I came in a tattered old box,
the grand size of a man's shoe box.
I knew that I was unwanted,
around a big empty house I wandered.
age, imagery, tree,
Wisteria winding along its trunk,
weaving a way to the sun —
squinting with anticipation.
The tree wrapped tight —
squeezed with a wisteria boa.
His only escape is to...
analogy, metaphor, silence,
I am nature,
soul of a mountain,
buried under a billion snowflakes.
I float like butterflies,
from petal to petal.
As cinereal clouds clear,
under a glistening sunrise,
I illuminate like a...
A Songbird Transcends to Heaven
My body feels tired and weak as I sit and perch in my tree
My feathers are wet and heavy, I think this is the end...
art, inspirational, meaningful, prayer,
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...