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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 Autumnal
"The lifecycle of the leaf is a truly wondrous part of Autumn, with a vivid and immersive show every second you remain outside. From the...

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Categories: autumn,

Premium Member Parachute
My mind is open
It has to be
Yet find myself tangled
In a tree

The wind
It wrestles
The safety line
As I hang with the birds
A silent wind chime

The breeze...

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Categories: love, recovery from, relationship,

Premium Member Tree
A murder of crows screech my funeral song,
disturbing the eerie silence that surrounds.
Heartless hands have left scars etched into my crumbling bark,
as bleeding sap drips...

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Categories: destiny, earth, loss, silence,

A Tree Poem
Those mighty trees that spread their arms
were once as tall as you.
And none have felt the sweeping strokes
of what a saw could do.

Yet underneath those...

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Categories: personification, appreciation,

Premium Member Tree

The cascading contours of the verdant mountain slope
hold me, an upstanding cone of jade coniferous pine,
gilded in gold soaked from the swathe of snow,
turned to...

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Categories: christmas, tree,

Premium Member TREE

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Categories: 8th grade, tree,

Premium Member Typhoon
G or T Personification Poetry Contest   Sponsored by: Joseph May
Written: August 22, 2023

Deep in the typhoon of my maelstrom of anger.
I swirl in...

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© Sotto Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: animal, bereavement, environment, howl,

Premium Member lightning they name is woman
there is a tree in the forest
targeted by lightning in a storm
ten times more likely to get hit
than any other tree

because lightning has a “type”

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Categories: sky,

Premium Member Interview With A Dying Tree
The old tree is leaning badly in the forest as the man approaches ...

Well, old timer I think its time for you to go?

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Categories: death,

Premium Member Interview With A Dying Tree

"Nope, nope, nope! I already know why you're here. Don't you dare fell me with that chainsaw!," exclaims the dying tree.

"Well, I need firewood. It's...

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Categories: tree,

Premium Member TREE RINGS
I danced rings around the others
Who sought shade beneath my girth
Turned CO2 to oxygen
Just a token of my worth

My buds in spring so tantalize
Butterflies and...

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Categories: farewell, life, seasons,

Premium Member The Interview
Thank you for the privilege of this interview.
There are hundreds of others you could have chosen.
I am deeply moved and inspired by how you...

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Categories: tree,

Premium Member An attenuated tree branch

An attenuated tree branch reaches out to its drowning shadow in the inert millpond.

(23 Syllables)

Personification is a poetic device and not a poetic form, hence...

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Categories: imagery, metaphor, nature,

Premium Member Prayers of Ancient Oak
ancient oak got on his knees
the best he could considering he is older
and his roots are creaking, and his knees no longer bend
he needed guidance,...

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Categories: tree,

Premium Member The Waiting
Sitting on a pew
Grilling and skew
Cravings that streak
Gravy of the mountain peak.
Sauces and condiments laid
Sprinkled, dashed and said
Vegetables, meat and bread
Cooked, baked and knead.
Reserving, consuming...

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Categories: firework,