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*(A Simile Like Love, A Metaphor Is Love) * - Poem by Allen Steble

(love is like)
Love is like a painting
filled with all colours and shades
love is like a bleeding heart
cut with many sharp blades
love is like a never ending story
that always begins with a kiss
love is like a space everlasting
that fills bitterness with bliss
love is like the circle of eternity
always there to take for free

(love is)
Love is an open clear pool
where no hate can dare swim
love is a captured sunset
where the warmth never grows dim
love is desire held in the eye
that spreads quickly to the heart
love is a black starry night sky
a metaphor of glorious art
love is a deep dark hole of mystery
always there to take free

Comments about *(A Simile Like Love, A Metaphor Is Love) * by Allen Steble

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  • GellyPrincess 6/9/2020 9:13:00 AM

    I have a crush but I don’t know if he like me qwq Reply

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  • itsAlexaAnd S-skylar 4/24/2020 11:39:00 AM

    I have someone who i like but i ain't T-telling > _< (Oh shoot) Reply

    GellyPrincess (6/9/2020 9:14:00 AM)

    Same girl-

    Hehehehehe (5/8/2020 3:39:00 PM)

    Tell them! ! ! !

    OceanDoesVids (4/24/2020 8:31:00 PM)

    Go for it!

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  • ItsAlexaAndSkylar _ 4/24/2020 11:30:00 AM

    this Would happen in the " Future" too or Not? idk Reply

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    i hate ithe kjhghjk, Reply

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    you can tell these are kids kinda sad Reply

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Metaphor Poems
  1. 1. *(A Simile Like Love, A Metaphor Is Love..
    Allen Steble
  2. 2. ! Metaphor
    Michael Shepherd
  3. 3. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ..
    Dónall Dempsey
  4. 4. Seeking Metaphor
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  5. 5. All Metaphor
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  6. 6. A Metaphor [ Senryu ]
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  7. 7. ' For I Am A Metaphor'
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  8. 8. Time Out (Simile, Metaphor, Alleteration..
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  9. 9. ! ! The Lake Of Metaphor
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  10. 10. ! A Metaphor In Search Of A Poem Perhaps
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  11. 11. 0012 The House Of Metaphor
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  12. 12. >≫Religion Is A Metaphor
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  13. 13. ! The Secret, Treasured World Of Metaphor
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  14. 14. ! ! Metaphor.
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  15. 15. .metaphor
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  16. 16. 0003 Reborn Metaphor
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  17. 17. Bitter Metaphor
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  18. 18. * Satire Has Changed In A Metaphor
    Gioom Galen
  19. 19. Metaphor To Action
    Muriel Rukeyser
  20. 20. (africa Poems) Eagle Metaphor
    Pheko Motaung
  21. 21. Verbs Simile And Metaphor
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  22. 22. Metaphor?
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  23. 23. A New Metaphor
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  24. 24. *metaphor*
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  25. 25. A Poem Is A Metaphor/ Isn'T It?
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  26. 26. The Language Of Poetry Is Metaphor
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  27. 27. Poets As Metaphor-Mongers
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  28. 28. All The Poems Are A Metaphor
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  29. 29. The Poem Is A Metaphor
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  30. 30. Life Metaphor
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  31. 31. Metaphor Of Life
  32. 32. Poetry - Metaphor
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  33. 33. You Are The Metaphor For Me
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  34. 34. The Metaphor Of Poetry/Meets The Mysteri..
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  35. 35. A Metaphor Is Easy To Make
  36. 36. Is Letting Go A Metaphor?
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  37. 37. Metaphor Poem- Bear
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  38. 38. A Metaphor For Dedication.
  39. 39. Choose Your Own Metaphor
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  40. 40. Prison As Metaphor
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  41. 41. Metaphor
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  42. 42. ! In The Spirit Of Rumi - 71 - In Praise..
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  43. 43. What Is Metaphor, Anyway?
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  44. 44. The Poem Is A Metaphor/ For Whatever The..
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  45. 45. Meditation: Use Of Metaphor
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  46. 46. Desert Metaphor
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  47. 47. Anomaly Or Metaphor: Pole Position
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  48. 48. Freedom In A Metaphor Bird
  49. 49. Unrequited Love: A Metaphor
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Metaphor Poems

  1. ! Metaphor

    A pretty girl is like a simile and vice-a-versa so I'd say for like the sunlight it delights our so prosaic day and life is better for a metaphor when apposite to what you write the first I used that made some sense came out of childish innocence before I read the word in prose I thought that what just goes and goes was 'dire rear' - not too bad as an idea for a nappy-happy lad?

  2. Seeking Metaphor

    Metaphor’s the soul of poetry: this incongruous instrument of speech with which we say one thing, when we mean quite another: I wish that Shakespeare, its greatest English user, had coined a truly English word for it – or perhaps, those blunt and foursquare Anglo-Saxons who came before; their words as hand-hewn as are spades – the word comes from the Greek, and means a transference; ‘My lord, your transference is apt and shrewd…’ no, even that’s but transferred to a Latin stem, ‘carrying across’. Too late to seek some native word – a ‘thoughtshift’ or a ‘mindmatch’ then? We wear it down, and make it less by thoughtless grabbing at the candy-jars upon the shelves of sweetshops of our speech, as if to mimic poetry that we haven't earned.. but at its height, a metaphor shines like new light; bringing together, two images so disparate and making of their neighbouring, a moment magical in memory as if we’d never seen the world so brilliant or so revealing; moments when the mind’s a god, and life itself a metaphor; a glimpse that somewhere, two things mentioned meet under the astonished, single gaze of eternity itself.. Metaphor’s a holy sacrament: one should never dare to use it without some faint echo, of a moment clear recalled when that which one refers to, came dazzling bright into the mind as life transfigured to another world, time lifted to the timeless; the radiance of the world’s first day, Creation, in itself, one glorious godly metaphor.. and nothing ever less than one.

  3. All Metaphor

    The problem is metaphoric; I live inside lines which only approximate but do not satisfy. I'm symbol and artifact but lack the substance of reality; I kiss sometimes imitating how the book says I should. I talk imitating my favorite movie star. The difficulty is I can remember deciding what kind of personality I would have at 13; something low maintenance I thought; I'm not naturally effusive; rather shy so I decided to be low-key and mysterious and attract attention like that. My look is straight from the comic book character I most admired at 10. Hasn't changed much. I don't know really how to love but feel most in love when I think about it when I think I have gotten a bargain in the other person; you know getting away with something; That person is better looking than me-a bargain has more friends than me has more to offer than me; so me with him is a bargain. I know I should feel more in love and friendship but I don't really. So I send cards and gifts. I know I should be a better parent so I buy and just follow the books; as long as I do what they say no one can criticize me. You see what I mean? All Metaphor.

  4. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Death By Similie & Metaphor

    Your kiss was like a tsunami such intense “intensity” it made even my curls curl & my toes curl as well. Your caress was like an avalanche of such immense feeling my libido (like a cartoon cat) was left clinging upside down on the ceiling. Your smile was please please no more similes. Then you removed your dress and I felt yes (yes) unable to catch my breath as if I had been metaphored to death.