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Mother Simile Poems

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

Out of His Side Came Forth Life
Yaldabaoth, the lion, ripped open Adam’s side 
Divine life busted out of his bleeding hole 
The mother of life flowed out and became his guide...

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Categories: simile, bible, death, divorce, jesus,

Premium Member Mother Nature Draws the Dawn
**  Mother Nature Draws the Dawn  **

Dawn sets off 
This longitude’s waking,
Displaying nearby trees
Into their scribbled silhouettes
In shades
Of gray with blasts of...

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Categories: simile, art, day, imagery, light,

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,

A Slice of Peace
A beautiful creek running through the fall array
Reflecting the woes of mother nature
In a slice of bliss surrounded by concrete.
Casting worries aside, problems fade away.

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Categories: simile, autumn, beauty, imagery, nature,

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,

Premium Member Nature's Grandeur
Mother Nature's magnificent, all know:
     when spring imbues new life, year after year,
rays of gold feed the land, and the plants...

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Categories: simile, humanity, metaphor, mythology, nature,

Premium Member Stageless Reality: a Poetic Essay
Our America is not a world stage,
And we the black oppressed
Are not mere players; rather, our story here
Is a bloody reality—a bloody reality of our...

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Categories: simile, 12th grade, allegory, america,

Premium Member Inthe Circadian Rhythms of Time
The circadian rhythms of birth, death, and eternity,
Play on in the sunrise of time:
The dread of winter left you naked and bare;
Your bark skin, scale-like,...

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Categories: simile, color, imagery, metaphor, rainbow,

Sagebrush Saga Weed One Day
Akin a tumbleweeds  
aimlessly blowing in the wind
umlaut punctuation 
courtesy of let herd Mother Nature 
nsync with markie mark, 

(or other faux nuke heads...

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Categories: simile, 11th grade, 12th grade,

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,

Katelyn Kirkconnell


The way she combs her fingers through her hair is captivating;
She always checks herself in the mirror before work to make sure her hair’s...

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Categories: simile, care, for her, i

Premium Member Rippling

chipped off
the rock of time
a lone pebble pierces 
the soft water of life’s dreams

ripples of hope
spread across the pond
of blurred reality—
ripples bouncing
and dissipating—
curved banks confining

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Categories: simile, allegory, analogy, betrayal, metaphor,

Premium Member The Crossing Over
crossing over…

her chilled breath
caressed my cheeks

no reddening here
just a darker ebony hue

the color collage 
of  foliage

canvassed my eyes
falling rainbow tears

dripping to nourish
mother earth

her joseph’s...

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Categories: simile, allegory, analogy, beauty, imagery,

Premium Member In the Famine of Justice

Besieged with wrenching pangs of hunger,
bloating a belly of despair, I painfully called out
to my mother—justice—cold just-
With a Mona...

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Categories: simile, analogy, betrayal, black african

Stand and Deliver
Shot out like a cannon ball
As mother lay there in her bed
Twisted and contorted 
Push down hard the nurse had said
Audience at bottom end
Were quick...

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Categories: simile, baby, birth, fun, miracle,

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