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Poems About: SIMILE

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  • 1.

    Similes are employed to show one’s skills
    And to treat the readers as ignorant
    In knowing without the aid of similes.
    Must we write her hair is as black as coal? read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 2.
    A Simile (Pirouette)

    A simile saved me.
    It jetted across sky
    It dived the deepest sea
    It climbed a mountain face read more »

    Leslie Alexis
  • 3.

    Passing showers of images
    Splashing similes
    Landing in little lakes of
    Metaphors read more »

    Kay Bressner
  • 4.

    If we assume that every third house is logical
    it follows that there’s literature in abundance
    on the subject of steamer trunks of the kind
    that one might find in every fourth house. She read more »

    Philip Hammial
  • 5.
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    Leader gogy is tricks in deals. (learning!)
    Similes to might are annexed earths.
    Similes to good are libels to bad. read more »

    cheung shun sang
  • 6.
    ! ! S i m i l e

    ‘A golden evening; and we watched
    the sun sink slowly below the horizon
    like a golden dime
    into a flaming jukebox’.. read more »

    Michael Shepherd
  • 7.

    Here and there in oysters fall
    A single grain of sand
    Producing later a lustrous ball
    In a fisher man’s hand read more »

    Michael P. Johnson
  • 8.

    hands flicker, the smokes hurries
    And insignia like ice blows in appearance
    So seated and commanding twisting joints.
    Powers, so she use and sleep. read more »

    Ebi Robert
  • 9.
    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
  • 10.
    Burden Of Bad News

    I’ve written enough similes to fill every verse,

    hated someone enough to curse. read more »

    Megan Tucker
  • 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
  • 12.
    Arrogance of a Poet

    Reading, reading, reading aloud,
    Out to an audience or a large crowd,

    A lovely poem, simple like this, read more »

    Viraj Bhanshaly
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