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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.


Premium Member PLANTAE
As I sit in my earthly womb reposed
Unflowered in a crib that will be my future bed
Whilst being exposed to elements retorts
That oft rain their...

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Categories: garden, growth, nature, rain,



Premium Member Personification

rough exterior
fissures of hard living etched
bark of an old tree...

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Categories: personification, metaphor, nature, tree,

Premium Member Thoughts of a Calabash Tree
I was loving the sun, 
Not consciously doing anything
My gourds hanging sweetly,
Too big to move much
Dancing with internal mirth 
Because I was being picked today
It...

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Categories: tree,

Premium Member My Old Companion

My Old Companion

Once you arched where children play,
Heard the laughter and slapping of tether balls;
Roads made of sand with little boy sounds
A long time ago.

You...

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Categories: relationship, tree,

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,

Premium Member I Would be a Boomslang
If I had a choice, I would be a green boomslang.
Reposing in a warm African tree,
 surveying zebras and elephants.

My back would be plastered with...

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Categories: personification, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,

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,



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,

Premium Member What Did I Do Wrong
They brought me out of storage today a day late.
Christmas was yesterday.
I am not giddy, not happy, not optimistic because usually
I get to be revered...

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Categories: 10th grade, 12th grade,

BLESSED CHRISTMAS TREE AM I
Being a God-blessed Coffee tree
I have a privilege status in my country
Aside from being functionally free
I’m sought-out as Christmas fixture for December glee.

This year, I’m...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, christmas, god,

Premium Member the belle of the ball
My Christmas tree in sparkling dress
stands in my window to impress.
She smiles at all the passersby.
She waves hello.  She is not shy.

She winks at...

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© P.S. AWTRY  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: christmas, magic,

Premium Member O CHRISTMAS TREE
O
Christmas tree ho hum.
Its scented needles unfurled.
The trunk plopped down and watered.
She sits, oh so still, like a good girl should.
Days and days later, she’s...

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Categories: christmas,

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 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 Rainbow Eucalyptus Tree
A rainbow bark?
Here in the dark?
Oh, my yes,
You should see her dress!
 
Maroons and green,
Outed by the queen,
Orange and reds,
Shown as she sheds.
 
Rainbow Eucalyptus,
Seeing...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

The Hike
High mountains fell with the crumples, 
Back from The rumble 
That dark cave: 
before the lad had journeyed 
To the hill, mountains high
From hanging on...

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Categories: identity, imagination, journey,

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,

Premium Member The Antilles Pinktoe Tarantula

I am the prettiest tarantula in the Caribbean Sea
My web is the most intricate of my kind, a cone in a tree.
When I get larger...

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Categories: animal,

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,

Powerful Tiger
Powerful Tiger
By: Elicia Spike/Jenson
6/27/2018
 

Full of stripes.
Big and strong.
Biggest cat can’t go wrong.
Two colors can come and go.
Blue eye white, or brown eye orange gold.
Beautiful...

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Categories: animal,


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