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Personality Self Poems

These Personality Self poems are examples of Self poems about Personality. These are the best examples of Self Personality poems written by international poets.

Self destructive wickedness arrested, convicted, and gaoled
Self destructive wickedness arrested, convicted, and gaoled...

with kidnapping little boy 
ordered to suffer
life sentence without parole.

The deadly scourge of  
one obsessive/compulsive disorder
nearly left me...

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Categories: self, 2nd grade, 6th grade,

Premium Member Self-Existent Light
"Our seasons in life, like chapters in a book change, ebb and flow:
but, a light deep within us, though dim at times:  always...

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Categories: self, life,

I want to be able to like myself 
see what those who love me see
Still why I dwell on those who hate 
Is a constant...

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Categories: hate, self,

Made to be special
Made to be special
By Michelle Morris

There are mountains
Possibly older than my tears
But I was created from stardust
And will live longer in the Universe

There are billions...

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Categories: self, blessing, encouraging, inspiration, magic,

Judging Book Covers
Don’t judge a book by it’s cover but what about the cover art?
Strategically drawn out to draw in readers before the writing part
I pick my...

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Categories: self,

Personal vicissitudes pronounced irrepressible self loathing
Personal vicissitudes pronounced irrepressible self loathing

Ever since mine late boyhood
when unstoppable coded 
cellular processes did segue
I experienced abhorrence
toward yours truly,
an extremely introverted kid,
whose parents nor...

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Categories: self, 12th grade, 2nd grade,

Premium Member Making Me Uniquely Me
Some of the elements of our personality
Are developed while still in the womb
Being evinced from the moment of our birth
It is this innate magnetism that...

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Categories: me, philosophy, self,

Premium Member I Used to Be a Predator
I used to be predator, wanting to save prey.
Recognizing my own rescuing personality in them.
Understanding their sorrow, which they cover up with mirth.

I could see...

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Categories: self,

Premium Member Underneath Glamor and Glitz
Self-expression is dependent upon personality
We can only really be who we are deep inside,
Some folks by their nature defy conventionality.

There are folks who can set...

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Categories: identity, image, pain, self,

In our minds we trust
In our minds we trust!

Could mind be the judge?
On all things, through all phases of life?

Does it always have tools, experience, and knowledge?

Have I been...

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Categories: self, conflict, growing up, irony,

Is there anyone in this world who’s real anymore?
Have we created a society so completely synthetic
like faux suede and polyester lace
that when the going gets...

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Categories: self, betrayal, humanity, identity, image,



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Categories: character, self,

Personal vicissitudes pronounced irrepressible self loathing part ii
Invisible to the naked eye
traumatization (courtesy
chastising and reproaching -
by fellow classmates
and later in life
birth parents and inlaws 
dealt hefty figurative jab)
tremendously impacted yours truly
analogous to...

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Categories: self, 12th grade, 7th grade,

Mental Illness

Mental Illness is well defined and outlined
Manifesting in behaviors or frame of mind
An invisible pain not easily seen
Unless you’re aware and very keen

It manifests...

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Categories: self, addiction, anxiety, care, depression,

I am sorry to disappoint you
I could be anything you expect me to be
But you have a better chance to stop the war inside you

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Categories: africa, character, self,