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Synecdoche Poems

Synecdoche Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of synecdoche poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for synecdoche.

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LOVE OF GOD AM I
I’m love, expressing the Creator’s heart
For God is love, and love is the greatest 
Magnifying miracle-mercy moves 
Toward prayer’s length; upward service strength 
Defying Venus and Aphrodite’s might. 

Wondrous sight is it to cite my marvels
With my grace-light and care,...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, christian, faith, god, inspirational love, jesus, spiritual,
Form: Blank verse



Premium Member Twenty Poetic Devices of My Woe
My heart is an ebon swallowed night where nobody ever goes,       
raging in a recondite rift like ripples resounding in rueful repose.         
Should I release my...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, poetry, sorrow,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Revive
1.  Always aspiring to authentic answers
2.  Belief begins, only to end
3.  Calls the crow, 'never, to'
4.  Drifting like October leaves
5.  Falling upwards, death is alive
6.  Gargling, bleating, cawing birth
7.  Haul the young into...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, allusion, assonance, hope, onomatopoeia, recovery from,
Form: ABC
Premium Member The Day The Stranger Came
The day the stranger came, we bade
goodbye to our mad sanity,
Our high hopes for humanity
traipsed off in treachery’s parade.

He took our trust and trussed us up
with it; a prison in our heads,
We gave him shelter, gave him bread,
and with our...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, betrayal,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
SOUR LOVE
‘Is love not bitter’? I repeat once again,
‘Think with your brain ’it can make you insane.

Rejection pierces my heart like a sharp sword,
Makes me move faster and slower than old ford.

Pain grips my heart with hand of stainless steel ,
Love...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, life, love hurts,
Form: Couplet



Figuratively
When my words rhyme
Oh how I love the crime
Such forgivable murder
Of words changing order

Tis not only sequence
For you have to make sense
Read between the lines
'Cause that's where the secret lies

Measure not the length
But comprehend the depth
Sometimes brevity
Outweighs vocabulary

Compare by simile
To...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, art, beautiful, beauty, onomatopoeia, poems, poetry, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member THIRST
THIRST

As *time flips a second step,
a *tree dehydrated weeps
for resuscitation sting
tired but standing still 

Long ago its *branches dressed
with **emerald-feathered tips
And ***sweet scattered **scarlet hearts
luring hungry mouths.

but that was long time ago
when earth was packed with angels.
Now, the whole ground...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, death, nature, poetry, weather,
Form: Dodoitsu
Premium Member Niagara
*Niafalls, the****** Antiope of Canada,
Amazonian, but not breast less,
***Snowy bosom like virginal gems,
Swelling lips moderately full,
Savoury odor felt all around,
****Crystalline throat striking the eyes.

Meandering, churning, darting, dashing,
Transformed from **blonde to brunette.
Here alluring, benign, attenuated,
There **corpulent, colossal, capering,
Practicing calisthenics all the...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, nature,
Form: Personification
Dragons By Color And Design
                   Dragons Color & Design

No *boots on the ground for these old fellows flying
Air force and Navy can’t hunt them down
Dragons fly...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, adventure, beautiful, childhood, fantasy, flying, fun, imagination,
Form: Free verse
I am ME
The only one of my kind
The undisputed champion
I'm the one you need find
If you're not gazing  for presumption

I'm the megaphone of my world
The gateway  to success
The daredevil of love
The pioneer of  my Highness

The panoramic view of paradise
Exalted...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, people, metaphor,
Form: Free verse



Comments
You comment on my poem; I on yours.
"Your rhyme, meter and wit are exquisite,"
I say.  You reply, "Yours I revisit
on the net; love how your irony gores." 

Now, seated in the bar our chat is light
for hours on synecdoche...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, on writing and words, romance, poetry,
Form: Sonnet
Frightened By the Polls
Frightened By the Polls

As frightened as a wolverine in a man-made metal trap,
The politician crawled out from under his rock.
Afraid, after his voting record was revealed,
He avoided facing his constituency and their votes.
Never had he seen such scathing, waving, hating...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, political
Form: Narrative
Premium Member What Am I-Niagara-w
I am the Antiope of Canada,
Amazonian, but not breast less,
Snowy bosom like virginal gems,
Swelling lips moderately full,
Savoury odor felt all around,
Crystalline throat striking the eyes.

Meandering, churning, darting, dashing,
Transformed from blonde to brunette.
Here alluring, benign, attenuated,
There corpulent, colossal, capering,
Practicing calisthenics all...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, metaphor, nature, places, women,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Your Time Has Come (Prose Poetry)
Your time has come like the rising sun.  Stand up for life created by God’s love as 
the dove descends from above.  He has a plan for you to be one with Him as He 
is with you...Read More
Categories: synecdoche, devotion, faith, hope, life, love, uplifting, visionary,
Form: Free verse