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Simile Poems | Examples of Simile Poetry

Simile Poems - Examples of all types of simile poetry to share and read. This list of simile poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples of simile poetry. This list of works about simile is an excellent resource for examples on how to write simile poems.
The VOW I can't recall the day or time when I fell for you, That precious, defining moment when I grew fond of you. That's how...Read the rest...
Categories: simile, cute love, i love
Form: Free verse

Blinking cursors
The life of a cursor is not an easy one. It could turn into any shape depending the command of the user but Sometimes it decides to take matters into it's own hands and to do as...Read the rest...
Categories: simile, computer, emotions, imagery, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Regal Reign
A subtle shift in the shadows of sunset exposes the splendid Moon as She rises. Just as a cunning gambler hedges his bet She shines Her best displaying Her surprises. She slinks across the restless sky, a coquette, limning traits...Read the rest...
Categories: simile, god, light, moon, night,
Form: Ottava rima
Watch me while I Write
How lucky I feel to live for real, melancholia that is hard to reveal imagine.scribble. gives me chill Live in austerity, an innocuous thrill How lovely I feel to have this pen in my hand you wanna look inside...Read the rest...
Categories: simile, adventure, creation, nostalgia, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Apple of My Eye
Apple of My Eye Psalm 17:8 “Keep me as the apple of the eye*, hide me under the shadow of thy wings. “ Chorus: Apple of my eye Baby, please don't cry I'll keep you safe I'll carry you And keep you as...Read the rest...
Categories: simile, bible, faith, father, god,
Form: Lyric

Missing from me
I don’t just miss you, you are missing from me, Like a tree without branches and a fire without a flame, A day with no night and a child without a name. Like a sky without stars,...Read the rest...
Categories: simile, blue, cry, feelings, i
Form: Rhyme
Written By: D. Collins 5/7/24 Goodness in people dominates from the inside out. Dismissing downtrodden people is not what it's about. To avoid panhandlers' people would take a different route. To ensure their lack of bathing didn't land...Read the rest...
Categories: simile,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
A violin is like a lover-- A beautiful work of Art-- Precious, delicate, fragile. It has to be handled with care, Caressed, fondled, touched, Hugged--but not too tight, Or break it might And hurt you in its breaking. Hold the violin by its...Read the rest...
Categories: feelings, love, remember, simile,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Haiku And I
writing a haiku short simple interesting bit lazy also...Read the rest...
Categories: simile, writing,
Form: Haiku
Friendship's Kindling
Yellow is your favorite color like the sun while Aquamarine is mine like the sea kindling our inseparable bond like the sunrise and sunset bursting over our warm tropical horizon ...Read the rest...
Categories: simile, color, friendship, nature, sea,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Poisoned Arrow
A tongue deformed’s a poisoned arrow ~ that murders indiscriminately, like Pharaoh ...Read the rest...
Categories: murder, simile,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Bait
Watch out! She plays the seduction game too well, my friend. Be careful now! Just the flick of her eyelid hypnotizes benighted meek men. Her come-hither wink, enough to reel in fishes big and small. Tread with caution! Don't fall for her...Read the rest...
Categories: simile, analogy, encouraging, humor, metaphor,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Fallen
How did it happen the years piling up like books stacked at crazy angles a veritable house o’ cards ...Read the rest...
Categories: age, simile,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Crossing Crowded Streets
One at a time He climbs the steps breath uneven, labored Though crossing crowded streets he's agile as a jaybird ...Read the rest...
Categories: bird, journey, simile,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member See its Tail Wag
Even after a day of fun Sunday night can be a drag I’d like to see its tail wag all bubbly, perky, eager like a...Read the rest...
Categories: animal, night, simile, sound,
Form: Rhyme

Specific Types of Simile Poems

Read wonderful simile poetry on the following sub-topics: animal, christmas, dogs, family, funny, kids, life, love, metaphor, mother, nature, ocean, spring, and more.

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