Top 100 Poems About: SIMILE
Top 100 Poems on / about
- carpe diem
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
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.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
Harry Styles Simile Poem
By: Kayla Thomas read more »Kayla Thomas
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.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
10.Ant and Elephant
Is it logical to compare an ant and an elephant?
Where is the problem?
An elephant is so large in slow pace read more »Binoy Barman
11.God Created Poetry
In the beginning God created the rules and the principles
That would govern His metrical composition. read more »Dr.Michael Brown
This is how poetry seeps onto paper.
Slowly and stealthily, read more »udayabhanu paremmal
Too much unfinished business,
loose ends floating like
ribbons on a silver stream.
So many unfulfilled promises read more »nesersert nesersert
14.Poetry Company Private Limited
Here we make poems.
All kinds of poems.
Political poems, social poems.
Spiritual poems, material poems. read more »Abdul Mannan Syed
He makes her laugh and laugh
Always there just to listen
He means the world to her
Even if he lives a thousand miles away read more »Roxy Owens
16.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
She flows and she rhymes
She sizzles, perplexes and captures my mind
No simile for smiles
No metaphor for eyes read more »Mandeep Singh 13