Top 100 Poems About: SIMILE


In this page, poems on / about “simile” are listed.
  • 1.
    A Simile

    Dear Thomas, didst thou never pop
    Thy head into a tin-man's shop?
    There, Thomas, didst thou never see
    ('Tis but by way of simile) read more »

    Matthew Prior
  • 2.
    A Message To My New-found Friend, Continued...

    , , , and I love you
    for what I don’t see of you
    your voice through written word
    though not a syllable spoken, heard read more »

    Lorenzo Costigliolo
  • 3.
    The Worst Poem Ever Written

    The worst poem ever written.
    Well, what did you expect?
    Strikes no chords, hits no buttons,
    Just leaves you all perplexed. read more »

    Denys E. W. Jones
  • 4.
    Sun-Blanched Blood

    It is mid-afternoon now,
    the sun streaks slant wards
    through the attic's double-glazing
    melting the scorched ink read more »

    Sudeep Sen
  • 5.
    A Poetic Prayer

    I know, you don’t
    enjoy reading me
    I know , it lacks
    metaphor and simile! read more »

    Ashish Dimri
  • 6.
    Harry Styles

    Harry Styles Simile Poem
    By: Kayla Thomas read more »

    Kayla Thomas
  • 7.
    Her Morning Beauty

    Up the sun goes
    His rays beg for acceptance
    Her breath welcomes you
    Her eyes the sun reaches not the toes read more »

    Didier Sixte Kahungu
  • 8.
    Write Me a Metaphor

    These words are just pressed thoughts
    upon a page, fragile like crumbling leaves,
    golden on the ground and vulnerable;
    stepped on so easily and disregarded, read more »

    Laala Kashef Alghata
  • 9.
    Passion's Call

    Sometimes, before my eyes open,
    I lie still somewhere between

    awake and sleep with similes read more »

    Danny Velasquez
  • 10.
    Ant and Elephant

    Is it logical to compare an ant and an elephant?
    Where is the problem?
    The size?
    An elephant is so large in slow pace read more »

    Binoy Barman
  • 11.
    Reading Anne Sexton

    Amid the dull whine of leafblowers
    by which this block sets its ordinary clock
    a drama occurs. My neighbor Leon
    is felled by a stroke. His Avon lady read more »

    Diane Gage
  • 12.
    Song in my heart

    If there's pee on the seat it's my pee,
    battery's dead I killed it, canary at the bottom
    of the cage I bury it, like God tromping the sky read more »

    Diane Seuss
  • 13.
    My Life as a mom

    i'm only 17 and already a mother
    it is hard out here expectly seen seen i'm a single mom
    the best day of my life is 1.26.09 is when my lil girl was born
    her lil simile is what keep my life together read more »

    Karina Rosa
  • 14.
    poetry

    [Translation] Poetry

    This is how poetry seeps onto paper.
    Slowly and stealthily, read more »

    udayabhanu paremmal
  • 15.
    Fcat terms poem

    The answer is in the text
    so you'd better do the best
    in a story theres a plot
    and the main character is Scott read more »

    Shisuke Uchida
  • 16.
    Unfinished Business

    Too much unfinished business,
    loose ends floating like
    ribbons on a silver stream.
    So many unfulfilled promises read more »

    nesersert nesersert
  • 17.
    God Created Poetry

    In the beginning God created the rules and the principles

    That would govern His metrical composition. read more »

    Dr.Michael Brown
  • 18.
    I am?

    Knowing I is about repetition and more repetition.
    The self is a grammatical craft.
    Being metered,
    Having the blues and read more »

    William Park
  • 19.
    We Lost Her Long Before We Lost Her

    I don't remember
    When I lost my granny
    Whether it is when
    She didn't feel that I am her dear ones any more read more »

    Jyothirmai Uppu
  • 20.
    These eyes are watching you

    ... see your words
    verbal manifestation of thoughts
    portraits painted with syllables
    of sensuous simile and meaningful metaphor read more »

    John Whitfield
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