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

  • 49.

    Sighting her in opposite mirror
    Like a boundless poetic mirage
    Finding no words I surrender
    To the beauty unfolding its image read more »

  • 50.
    Two Beautiful Flowers

    I saw you yesterday with that brave smile on your face, and it cut
    I tried to look your way with a reassuring smile, but still it cut into me
    Both of us now, you with the tears fought back, me with a heart that could so easily crack, as I saw you yesterday with that brave look upon your face read more »

  • 51.
    Prayers To Lord Murugan

    Lord of new arrivals
    lovers and rivals:
    at once with cockfight and banner— read more »

  • 52.
    Lines Written After A Walk Before Supper

    Tho' much averse, dear Jack, to flicker,
    To find a likeness for friend V----ker,
    I've made, thro' earth, and air, and sea, read more »

  • 53.
    Farewell And Defiance To Love

    Love and thy vain employs, away
    From this too oft deluded breast!
    No longer will I court thy stay,
    To be my bosom's teazing guest. read more »

  • 54.
    Apollo's Edict.

    Ierne's now our royal Care:
    We lately fix'd our Vice--roy there.
    How near was she to be undone,
    Till pious Love inspir'd her Son! read more »

  • 55.
    Macaulay's New Zealander

    It little profits that, an idle man,
    On this worn arch, in sight of wasted halls,
    I mope, a solitary pelican, read more »

  • 56.
    I Am

    I create and destroy
    I am the wheel sunk in the mud
    I am the path and the clouded dust
    I am you read more »

  • 57.
    A Simile

    What village but has sometimes seen
    The clumsy shape, the frightful mien,
    Tremendous claws, and shagged hair
    Of that grim brute yclept a bear? read more »

  • 58.
    The Witch's frolic

    [Scene, the 'Snuggery' at Tappington.-- Grandpapa in a high-backed cane-bottomed elbow-chair of carved walnut-tree, dozing; his nose at an angle of forty-five degrees,--his thumbs slowly perform the rotatory motion described by lexicographers as 'twiddling.'--The 'Hope of the family' astride on a walking-stick, with burnt-cork mustachios, and a pheasant's tail pinned in his cap, solaceth himself with martial music.-- Roused by a strain of surpassing dissonance, Grandpapa Loquitur. ]

    Come hither, come hither, my little boy Ned!
    Come hither unto my knee-- read more »

  • 59.
    Ch 05 On Love And Youth Story 17

    In the year when Muhammad Khovarezm Shah concluded peace with the king of Khata to suit his own purpose, I entered the cathedral mosque of Kashgar and saw an extremely handsome, graceful boy as described in the simile:

    Thy master has taught thee to coquet and to ravish hearts,
    Instructed thee to oppose, to dally, to blame and to be severe. read more »

  • 60.
    Noey Bixler

    Another hero of those youthful years
    Returns, as Noey Bixler's name appears.
    And Noey--if in any special way-- read more »

New Simile Poems

  1. The Door in the Dark, Robert Frost
  2. The Fallen Flower, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  3. WHAT CAN WE DO?, michael walkerjohn
  4. What is a Poem? (rev.1), Mr. Spock
  5. She Was Poetry, Marlene Rashidi
  6. Forever Taking Leave, Ananta Madhavan
  7. More, Modou George
  8. Criticism, Muhammad Farhan Ahmed
  9. Language dilemna, Wensislaus Mbirimi
  10. Spinaci Verdi Fritti — [ 'Fried Green.., Fabrizio Frosini
  11. Mrs. Ullrick, Akhtar Jawad
  12. Similes, Lauren Beasley
  13. ASK THE MESSENGER, michael walkerjohn
  14. 500 Years from Now, Jeff Gangwer
  15. Arabic Poetry, kassem oude
  16. I Don't Feel Like A Poet Today, Buxton Shippy
  17. I am?, William Park
  18. In Gilgit, Sadiqullah Khan
  19. Words Unwilling, Richard D. Remler
  20. Ba: CXII: 'loosening the 'Un', douglas scotney
  21. A Sorcerer Bids Farewell To Seem, Sylvia Plath
  22. Imagination is the Fountain, Ananta Madhavan
  23. Sestina: Like, Alicia Elsbeth Stallings
  24. The Beauty, Tayyab Ijaz
  25. On writing as a habit......., Marshall Gass
  26. Baby, You Are Poetry!, PARTHA SARATHI PAUL
  27. Simile, Monica Lanier
  28. Shakespeare Revisited, sheena blackhall
  29. Simile of a Gem, asoke ray
  30. We Lost Her Long Before We Lost Her, Bangaaram Sona
  31. Muhammad (peace be upon him), Akhtar Jawad
  32. Epistle to Fellow-Scribblers, Ananta Madhavan
  33. Bad Poetry, Doyen Lingua
  34. we can hug, but i don't want to make eye.., Mandolyn ...
  35. Pleasure Of Poetry, Neela Nath
  36. Song in my heart, Diane Seuss
  37. What I Have For You, Isioma Isichei
  38. When a Writer and a Musician Break Up, Justine Ramos
  39. Inconceivable, Brian Minniear
  40. PROSE POEM: THE PROFESSOR, jack peachum
  41. Song, Joseph Harrison
  42. Reflections., Alfred Castner King
  43. Oh Lovely Eve An All Time Need, Akhtar Jawad
  44. Oh, Poets, Nicole GravellPellerino
  45. Do I Ever Cross Your Mind, Raymond Magabe
  46. I Am Bent Upon, Muhammad Shanazar
  47. My First Date, Andytics mufc
  48. What Is Poetry? - A Study In O.P.Bhatna.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  49. A Nameless Desire, Muhammad Shanazar
  50. Mustard Flowers, Ajmer Rode
  51. What Is A Poem..., gulsher JOHN
  52. Lucid Moment, Ananta Madhavan
  53. Thursday, Russell Nero
  54. How To Crest, Poetic Language, Is It Poetry
  55. The Mastication of Verse, Barbara Fleury
  56. When words fail, similes fall short…, Aniruddha Pathak
  57. Poetry defined, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  58. Showers, tyler eisner
  59. Just Smile, paapa esuman
  60. For every love that’s born there is a cry, Mark Heathcote
  61. This Poem, Portia Burton
  62. First Meet, Anish Chouhan
  63. A PERSONAL HABIT, Glen Martin Fitch
  64. IT'S PHYSICAL, Glen Martin Fitch
  65. DISCLAIMER, Glen Martin Fitch
  66. Sketching in the Platypus, Keith Johnson
  67. True Literature, ROCHISH MON
  68. SONNET 5 (With A Slight Resemblance To S.., Biwot Kevin
  69. Composing, Satish Verma
  70. DEAR MY UNBORN CHILD..., zandile zoya
  71. Be My First Quatrain, Abdul Wahab
  72. Golden hair, Pierre Rausch
  73. 'an ugly sonnet', saif gallant
  74. Secret Key, Abdul Wahab
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