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Poems About: METAPHOR

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  • 229.
    Where Love Ends

    You’re always speakin’in metaphor
    You’re always singin’in rhyme
    I mistook you for someone who cared
    Seems like a waste of my time. read more »

    Valerie Daley
  • 230.
    Please forgive me

    Please forgive me
    Have no idea about literature,
    Language and its grammar;
    A novel is the Nile river, read more »

    Chandrashekar A Posy Poet
  • 231.
    hard as stone

    the setback with
    this racial thing
    is too many men try
    to have a hand in it read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 232.
    How Can I Make You See?

    Ive never heard the coo of a dove
    but your voice I love.
    Metaphors and flattery,
    used again and again, read more »

    Jeremy Patnou
  • 233.
    To Be

    I search through the doubts
    of your eyes, the question marks
    behind your words
    I trail behind your metaphors read more »

    Claire Schield
  • 234.
    One Great Poem

    How could I write a great poem
    Where I have nothing to write about

    I could write about read more »

    Cynthia Onukwugha
  • 235.
    remembering a poetry teacher in high school

    her powerful voice is thunder
    arriving on time
    in my quiet moment and
    like a mushroom read more »

  • 236.
    letting go

    let go a balloon into an air
    going beyond tree tops
    and you predict what happens
    your fear is there read more »

  • 237.
    * Satire has changed in a metaphor

    Free improvisation
    And advances with images,
    Illusion develops,
    That the muse flies over clouds … read more »

    Gioom Galen
  • 238.
    Seeds and Husks

    Look, he said, at the gray squirrel
    perched on top the wooden fence
    that borders the garden out back.
    Study it well before it takes offense read more »

    Michael Pruchnicki
  • 239.

    Sometimes I think of the cargo holds on ships
    with the metal covers secured by turnbuckles
    to protect cargo in stormy seas read more »

    Michael Pruchnicki
  • 240.
    Inspiration: Step-by-Step

    I caress the paper, my pen the tongue
    A bit of time later and my poem is done
    I charm metaphors from within the lines
    Wreaking havoc on words from the depths of my mind read more »

    Wilson Braham
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