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Family Simile Poems

These Family Simile poems are examples of Simile poems about Family. These are the best examples of Simile Family poems written by international poets.

Legends never die
As great as the stars they said
As fast as lightning they saw
From dusk till dawn he practices
Through the golden hour his blade shines brightly
Like the...

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Categories: celebration, courage, simile, strength,

Narrow Margin
- in those moments, it shines.
The nostalgia of an upside down
world glinting up through hourglasses of years,
a mark impressed upon flesh; a scar harbouring
simple childhood...

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Categories: simile, analogy,

Premium Member Hunger

I have no boundaries…
I have an unusual equanimity;
The equality I possess is extraordinary.
The world over, I have no chosen pity;
Like death, I practice an unusual...

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Categories: simile, allegory, deep, high school,

Premium Member Time Passing
Time Passing

I can see the wrinkles in the mirror, 
even without my glasses. 
What does that mean? 
They are deep and permanent. 
Youth has fled...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: simile, age, angel, christian, loneliness,

Premium Member A Winter Pause
Winter can be thought of a pause waiting for the breath of spring.

This pause is a chance for us to appreciate the little things in...

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Categories: simile, anxiety, beautiful, beauty, blessing,

Premium Member Blue
Blue can be a pretty color light to dark it is up to you.
Loving my first Soup write, "Big Blue."
U must not sit around feeling...

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Categories: simile, color, feelings, fun, love,

Sonnet 1
Nature is growing all around you,
Just like the world, it never stops;
Enjoy the sun shining on the dew
Beautiful as the sunset over the treetops.
The air...

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Categories: simile, 9th grade, metaphor, nature,

Premium Member Bergfried
I.	  The Settlement

          Hickory bark bluffs

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Categories: simile, adventure, allusion, metaphor, myth,

Life Is Never Without Hope
My Boys
how am I going to tell you 
    what I am thinking 
  unless I use words

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Categories: child, simile, words,

Premium Member Heirs of the Struggle
Paradoxically, slavery showed equanimity—
Its suffering displayed no discrimination;
We all shared equally, its debilitation,
And were equally denied any sympathy
Over the Middle Passage odyssey;

Black men were prized;...

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Categories: simile, africa, black african american,

Premium Member Mama's Golden Pond Cried
Mama's Golden Pond Cried

Mama loved to chew 
off the Golden Pond
chew the fat
of their autumn leaves, 
dressed in splendor,
a scenic lake and cabin,
her pseudo stage,

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Categories: simile, absence, betrayal, boat, mother,

Premium Member Sage Aaga of a Home On a Hill
Sage Saga Of A Home On A Hill 

Having drank from the sun at meridian,
The moon drunk with the light 
Of reflection, always dissipated dreaded...

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Categories: simile, allegory, analogy, anniversary, black

Premium Member Woven In Silk Threads of Love
Woven in Silk Threads of Love
(Apropos Us and the Children)

Time tested love, bruised
and battered,
lay like littered crystals
on the steel plate stage of life;
dismembered and crumbled

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Categories: simile, allegory, analogy, encouraging, family,

Dry Thoughts

blue mists drag out lakes
packs of past wolves
provide evidence
pointing to
double suicide

that never gets restored 
ladders and paintpots
crawl through present

nailed to the edifice
of yesteryear
the termites

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Categories: family, loss, simile,

Change of Heart

At first I smiled just to get along,
I adopted the mask of love and joy,
Most of it was an artificial song,
This madness, falseness, darkness little...

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© Nico Vivi  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: simile, family, friend, heart, self,

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