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Poems About: SIMILE

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  • 229.
    Infuse Life To Fly

    The poet can take particle to the sky
    And may infuse life in death to fly
    Vicious verse will declare him a sly. read more »

    Shujaat Hussain
  • 230.
    a spirit of poetry!

    when a spirit of poetry decent,
    it came
    In a form of dove read more »

    Jacques Sprenkie Mateya
  • 231.
    Morning Sunshine

    This poet is so seductive
    This poet is now strange to me
    This poet is so bold
    This little girl doesn't want to see read more »

    Mary Jesusa Villegas
  • 232.
    Infant

    You fit in my arms like an infant

    so tender so fragile read more »

    Patrick Maness
  • 233.
    Political Poem

    I don't want to write political poetry,
    but conflict washes over my native land
    like a Katrina surge. read more »

    Steven Federle
  • 234.
    Vivaldi

    Being forced to listen to Vivaldi by
    a compilation of classical music, his
    musical themes & unwavering beat,
    his notes like stiff-necked soldiers read more »

    Margaret Alice Second
  • 235.
    We Poets are Farmers Still

    We poets are farmers still,
    ploughing our mind in the invisible field,
    whenever the mind makes the pen wield.
    Sowing the seeds of emotion, read more »

    Dr. Sandeep Kumar Kar
  • 236.
    mama a dream i live with

    in each morning there is a smile
    in each mama there there is love
    to hold it boldly and tightly
    so sweet, so deep in my heart read more »

    Samweli Butobi
  • 237.
    Unknown

    at every instant, this possibility remains:

    instead of one footfall, another footfall.
    to jump the fence of a particular simile, metaphor, or symbol
    and find some other unknown style, meter, or tempo. read more »

    Mohammad Rafiq
  • 238.
    The Fusby Poet

    There you are fusby - short and squat
    with your serf-look pudding basin haircut
    Loosa written across your forehead
    a fairground dolly on a stick. read more »

    M.L. Emmett
  • 239.
    To Write A Poem

    How does one write a poem?
    Doest thou have to write with fancy words?
    Do you have to rhyme a word to be heard?
    Doyourum syllables havetobe thesamefor everyword? read more »

    Coughy Kid
  • 240.
    The Perfect Poem

    Trying to catch the train of soul
    But it keeps passing me by
    Trying to catch the train of words
    Keeps passing me by read more »

    Leaking Pen
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