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Poems About: SIMILE

In this page, poems on / about “simile” are listed.

  • 361.
    I sometimes think of all those apparently insignificant people

    Who never find place in snobbish minds too busy to notice them
    While they are playing with their intellectual marbles
    Of concepts polished and syllogisms winding endlessly to no end deductions
    Of too much info without a place to really fit but can serve the purpose read more »

    Miroslava Odalovic
  • 362.
    Death of a poem...

    Yes, I have killed the poem.
    It begged for mercy
    yet...... read more »

    Dr. Baishali Bhaumik Mitra
  • 363.
    Those Days...

    As I was coming from where you were going
    The distance between us was on the verge to fade,
    And as your eyes stayed on mine
    I knew that a difference is being made. read more »

  • 364.
    Library In You

    The words that you speak.The wisdom you have inspired me. The stories you tell and the author in you comes out. Library In You
    The parallel lines in you words the experience in the language the art of storytelling.Reception from people how these stories affect many lives.The library In You. Your literature speaks volumes to me.You are the simile and I; m the metaphore.The tone of beautiful words the elegance of rhythem in which you speak from. Listening brings many to high altitudes.The library In You
    Grammar in how you use it.The ingredent to mothers cake the master in your own league.An idle mirror on how I can tell my story. Your flowetry with a pen and paper tells all issues of those in the ghetto. You are the symphony of art.
    The mathematics of an artist and his brush.The fuel to the fire I ignite with inspiration. The mother speaks as the child listen.The library in You read more »

    lucinda bryson
  • 365.

    Our deepest feelings could find a few words
    Words..we have prodigally used too often…
    To ornate trifle feelings..the odd exclamation, now and then…
    And now.. we strive to find the valued tidings read more »

    Avik Datta Gupta
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