SIMILE POEMS

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  • 349.
    The Blackness

    Shhh can u hear it….look can u see it….wait can u feel it
    Can u hear the silence the stillness can u see the darkness the emptiness
    Do u feel the rush of emotions
    A once closed portal is now open
    It has engulfed me swallowed me into a pit of blackness
    Where I hear nothing I feel nothing and I see only words
    Hyperboles similes and metaphors all pour into the empty blackness
    A maze that I cannot decipher I can’t escape
    Will I remain here forever is this my fate…hold on wait
    This is my creation I made this universe
    But I can never leave it’s a beautiful curse
    Only words in this blackness but it’s still so beautiful
    Because the blackness is a part of me it is my soul read more »

  • 350.
    He is

    </>I’ve never met anyone who made me feel this way,
    My thoughts are filled with his name,
    When I close my eyes I see his face,
    When I hold him close read more »

  • 351.
    Poetastery

    A man was versed in rhymery;
    His poetry was punnery
    And gimmickry and devilment,
    While elements of eloquence read more »

  • 352.
    Can You Stop Being A Poet?

    Can you be a poet and suddenly just stop?
    Can you be a poet for a while maybe a long
    while and then become something else entirely?
    I only ask because lately I've been feeling all read more »

  • 353.
    Once Upon A Non-Poetic Day

    Once upon a non-poetic day
    I was in a dim filthy café
    where a blind man, among
    second-hand intellectuals, read more »

  • 354.
    Psychosomatic Slavery

    I stood there like a dropp of water
    as you savagely tore my very last shred
    of ill-fated dignity,
    as you so cunningly blared through read more »

  • 355.
    My vicky

    Believes are correct,
    believes are died wrong
    rehearsing the failure in my mind
    believes truely never make the real read more »

  • 356.
    Poetry of Art or Art of Poetry?

    Which came first-poetry or art?
    Which of these two is my favorite part?
    Poetry speaks to the heart and soul
    Through vocalization of written word, read more »

  • 357.
    The Beauty

    Such an amazing sight to behold.
    Every day, every night
    The beauty arises to please my day.
    She makes it impossible to keep emotions at bay. read more »

  • 358.
    The Fusby Poet

    There you are fusby - short and squat
    with your serf-look pudding basin haircut
    Loosa written across your forehead
    a fairground dolly on a stick. read more »

  • 359.
    Corn On The Cob

    I come from the land of locusts.
    Periodically, on rare occasions,
    back when there was no concern
    over climate changes read more »

  • 360.
    My Inspiration

    You inspire!
    My desire..
    To never want another..
    To love you now and forever read more »

New Simile Poems

  1. Ba: CXII: 'loosening the 'Un', douglas scotney
  2. God Created Poetry, Dr.Michael Brown
  3. Harry Styles, Kayla Thomas
  4. Similitude, Philip Hammial
  5. A Thought, john wake
  6. delights, dedicated to poetry, john wake
  7. Teasing Life, william mcgehee
  8. My Poem, Mandeep Singh 13
  9. Employ Similes Prudently, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  10. Photos of War - From The Encampment Of H.., Warren Falcon
  11. These eyes are watching you, John Whitfield
  12. the last poet, Percy Dovetonsils
  13. Similes, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  14. A Simile (Pirouette), Leslie Alexis
  15. Burden Of Bad News, Megan Tucker
  16. Silent Spaces, Tribhuvan Mendiratta
  17. So dear....., Hareem Z K
  18. Candle Lit Dinner (What She Deserves), Robert Dominicci
  19. Who says I'm a poet, zama ashley helebe
  20. Bad Poetry Makes Me Ugly, Patti Masterman
  21. Is not Atma male?, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  22. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' .., Dónall Dempsey
  23. Night Tarifs, Grayson Givens
  24. RELIGION, Satish Verma
  25. you won't believe me., Alison Rosalie
  26. MOON POETESS., Ebi Robert
  27. Women With Words, Tamika Stubblefield
  28. Him, Roxy Owens
  29. D.M.V. - Department of Muddled Verses -o.., Steven Silent Wolf
  30. A Common Addiction among Poets, Walterrean Salley
  31. Infectious, Udaya Pant
  32. MAN AND SEA (1), akram saqib
  33. ! These Eyes Are Watching You, Lorenzo Costigliolo
  34. Reflection, Nooruddeen Mathilakathveetil
  35. TO THE CUCKOO, akram saqib
  36. A Poem's Evolution, Fab Ricciardi
  37. Autumn Friends, Will Barber
  38. My Crime, Cynthia BuhainBaello
  39. Never let the 'Hope' die...!, Ravi Singh
  40. University Menu, Adrian Cox
  41. OM, Mittur Ramprasad
  42. Piano Key Color Stream, Michael Timothy Rose
  43. My poetic mentors, James Hart
  44. ! ! S i m i l e, Michael Shepherd
  45. I don't want to talk about 'it'!, Sue Stone
  46. My Life as a mom, Karina Rosa
  47. Media Hype, Theorem The Truth Serum
  48. Pain and Desolation, Isiah On a Corner in the Thu ..
  49. Poems, Taylor Scherer
  50. Passion's Call, Danny Velasquez
  51. biography ***** FEAR ME NOT, OH PLEASE,.., Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  52. ***** EARTH IN FIGURATIVE ATMOSPHERE, Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  53. Arrogance of a Poet, Viraj Bhanshaly
  54. Together with you, Samweli Butobi
  55. Sometimes Poetry's More Similar to Polit.., Heidi K. Haskell
  56. LIFE’S PEARL OF WISDOM, Michael P. Johnson
  57. Why would anyone bother at all?, Mahfooz Ali
  58. the tenth poem, RIC S. BASTASA
  59. Not About Art, Sonny Rainshine
  60. YOUR VERBS AND YOUR NOUNS, DR.GENNY ANDERSON
  61. One Great Poem, Cynthia Onukwugha
  62. Garden of Change, T.James Becker
  63. twilight, alexis stanfield
  64. Role Model, Kholekile Monakali
  65. Most Fables, shimon weinroth
  66. Multi-Weaved Cloak, Stuart Logan
  67. efflugent and pellucid, gershon hepner
  68. Serial Killer, Twiggy C. Tubercio
  69. Beauty, Vidyadhara ...
  70. metaphoric mist, gershon hepner
  71. Writing, Indira Renganathan
  72. Seeds and Husks, Michael Pruchnicki
  73. What is METAPHOR, anyway?, Michael Pruchnicki
  74. When all is said and done, mes amis!, Michael Pruchnicki
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