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Work Personification Poems

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


BEHOLD GRACE
I’m marvelous grace*, granting victory in every ministerial engagement
with satisfying replenishment 
along joy of salvation full of divine contentment
for spiritual empowerment…
I trust God, my source,...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, christian, faith,



Premium Member The Rooster

I am no woebegone capon peon
for forks and knives to come upon,
no, I am a busy rooster father
in serious need of a duty roster
to ensure...

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Categories: anxiety, bird, business, caregiving,

Premium Member The Rooster
Get up MacD, smashed it again, get up and work it old man
Them cows are swallowing all the apples down
Cuc-a-dudal-du, I’m da Roostar, pump it,...

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Categories: farm,

Premium Member The Bloodhound
The Bloodhound

I hate my job.
I am a work dog who can sniff out life and wrongdoing.
I nip at the tired heels in shackles.
I sniffed for...

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Categories: dog,

Premium Member The Rooster
I am up in the morning sunrise,
Perch aloft a fence post,
Protecting the hen coop. 

All around the peaceful farm, 
The animals and humans are sleeping
While...

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Categories: animal, fantasy, farm,



The Honey Badger
Office manager Mr. Honey Badger called his administrative assistant Mr. Bloodhound into the office. Honey badger was extremely mad because he looked out of his...

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Categories: anger, animal, emotions, love,

ROOSTER CHEERS
With my God-bestowed crowing capacity at the break of dawn
I’m the rooster with my "cock-a-doodle-doo" wake up call…
Cheering each one to start the day right
Motivated...

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Categories: character, christian, faith, god,

Hello Hurricane Katrina
Hello Hurricane Katrina. How are you these days?
The last time you visited us we shall never forget
Your generosity, kindness, humility, love, hard work
Which community cannot...

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Categories: natural disasters, satire,

SPIRITUAL AMPHETAMINE AT WORK
Looking at the mirror 
with good day’s pleasure
I see slothfulness’ glamour 
taunting with delight’s leisure
Yet ready to attack sense of honor
defying time-worth’s treasure
So defiant; not...

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Categories: christian, dedication, faith, god,

The Power of Nature 2
The splashes of the flowing milk and honey
Are the intricate rhythms of nature
As night falls to usher the break of dawn,
Mr. Kingfisher goes fishing by...

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Categories: animal, appreciation, earth, environment,

Comeuppance
Like a frowsy, dowdy
old housewife
I sit largely
unnoticed
stout and squat
a sort of kitchen sentry
rarely appreciated
until some minor crisis-

Cough, sniffle, stomachache
a particularly bad day
or fancy party...
then things...

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Categories: anger, feelings, humor, humorous,

Premium Member My Sundial Oath

I only tell of sunny hours... 
then rest at night along with flowers.
No one will come in dark of night
to read the time I show...

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Categories: time, wisdom,

Sundial
I only tell of sunny hours
The brighter side of life 
The one full of joy and happiness 
And without any strife

I spend my days in...

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Categories: 12th grade,

Premium Member I only tell of sunny hours
I only tell of sunny hours...
But oh, what joy they bring
As I sit within this stone built wall,
Above, the church bell rings.

Upon the hour it...

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Categories: happy,

I only tell of sunny hours
I only tell of sunny hours...
Break time under cloudy showers;
Work day’s done after dark --
Bright and early I’m a lark.

No complaints, I like my day...

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Categories: appreciation, perspective, silence, spiritual,

Premium Member January is a Well-Learned Trickster
January is a fascinating gateway to cool hand crispy, 
Fooling us yearly. 
Appearing overnight, as we dream of warmer things.
Covers the earth with her glistening...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Cheetah conservation fund

Namibia is a beautiful extravagant nation
Home to the largest cheetah Population
Thanks to the cheetah conservation
A non profitable organization 
funded by a public donation 
Our sole...

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Categories: 12th grade, art, black

Distant Lights
By George P. Lumayag
https://georgelumayag.weebly.com 
george.lumayag@deped.gov.ph 
 
 
Lights marching uphill and downhill
        On a dark mountain site
With fireflies...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

The Exhibit
One day a rainbow, painted itself upon a still damp sky.  It’s palette of pastel soft orange, yellow, pink, lavender and blue, slowly blended...

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Categories: appreciation, beautiful, beauty, color,

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,