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  1. Fringed Lily

    • By Talia Baken
    • Published: July 2016
    Wanting To Be Understood And Appreciated

    I gracefully bloom in July,
    Clothed in a delicate silk,
    Fringed with a delicate lace,
    Sprinkled with the color of milk.

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    This is a very beautiful poem. The inspiring topic and the perfect rhyme add charm to the poem. I can picture the lily standing in the field, a glimmer of beauty in its entire surroundings,...

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  3. Cassidy

    Metaphor Poem For Mom

    Sweet as candy,
    Lots of brains,
    Warm as summer,
    Cool as rain.

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  4. Fire

    • By Oscar
    • Published: February 2010
    Metaphor Poem Comparing People To Fire

    FIRE
    red and hot
    blazing or not
    starts out small...

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  6. Companionship

    • By Devin Manteufel
    • Published: February 2009

    As I lay, perplexed.
    I observe a troubled spider conflicted with his web.
    He finds both joy in how big the web is and it's capability to capture prey,
    Yet he is disappointed in it for some reason....

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  7. Chocolates

    • By Karen Ilagan
    • Published: February 2009

    Who doesn't like chocolates?
    Everyone loves the sweet, luscious taste of cocoa
    As it softens in your mouth.
    ...

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  8. The Bully Within

    • By Christine M. Nicole
    • Published: October 2018
    Dealing With Bullies

    Soft whispers from above trickle their way down to my heart.
    They position themselves comfortably and decide to accompany me there for as long as I breathe.
    They slowly become an overstayed guest and make me feel useless to the situation.
    I tuck away in my bedroom for they can only enter if I let them in.

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  10. She Will Look Back

    • By Shabely
    • Published: March 2009

    She starts out pure
    on her path
    Unaware of this unmerciful wrath
    In her mind this does not exist...

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