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Winter Personification Poems

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


Premium Member The Rose
I know that I am dying, I am fading fast,
     my life is almost over, by tomorrow I will be dead;
and...

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Categories: death, flower,



Premium Member Critters Live Under My Hood in Winter
I am like a pretty jalopy that has accumulated rust
A proud chassis but with a droopy fender now
No one oohs or wants to purchase me...

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Categories: car,

Winter's Body
Winter’s body is a car boot sale, a mosaic of the seasons and shifts, 
the breezes and breaths of a year’s footsteps, gone.

The battered wheels...

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Categories: personification, analogy,

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,

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,



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,

Inspiration's Journey
She started out slowly limping, occasionally
  wincing with pain on that cold winter day in which
      she had determined...

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Categories: change, inspiration, perspective, seasons,

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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Categories: winter,

Premium Member Grip of Winter
Winter decided to get a grip
on the prairie plains
he blew in from the north
dropping from the pole
he hung his coat of white
and froze all in...

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Categories: winter,

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

Premium Member 'Rose'
I know that I am dying, I am fading fast,
     my life is almost over, by tomorrow I will be dead;
and...

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Categories: love hurts,

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,

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,

A Dogs Letter To Santa Claws
Dear Santa Claws, for Christmas I’d like a new chew bone; I’ve been a real good dog this year; I don’t even bite the cat,...

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Categories: animal, celebration, christmas, dog,

A Cats Letter To Santa Claws
Dear Santa Claws, please bring me a new catnip mousey; my old one has so many holes that the nip won’t stay in and I...

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Categories: animal, cat, celebration, christmas,

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 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,

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,

Our Courageous Kitten
She appeared in the middle of winter on our
porch.  She was the kitten we all fell in 
love with.   But her true...

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Categories: poetry,