Poems About: HAIR
Poems on / about :
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181.Mother's Hair Has Turned To Silver
Mother's hair has turned to silver
Her skin is all wrinkled and cold
But i'd never trade my mother
For the world and all its gold. Yes her hair has turned to silver read more »Kenneth Rickard
182.! Cutting edge
Like a sharp knife
cutting through a bitter lemon
into red lips dripping read more »Michael Shepherd
183.Hair-Soft and Gorgeous
The soft, shiny, honey-blonde coloured
mass of loveliness cascades
and tumbles down your graceful neck
and curvy shoulders read more »Richard Muirhead
184.Quite silly but accurate pop star rhymes
In a Begging Bowl
All full of holes
I'm not bowled read more »jasmine maddock
185.Black is color of my true love's hair
So many songs have been written about my love.
The beautiful color of my true love's hair. The hair of a powerful beauty.
Black as a wormhole or as simple as a crayon.
Made of ions, electrons and protons, my love must have created all things read more »Josephe Buchanan
186.Do You Know?
Do You Know?
Do you notice me watching
how your hair falls around your face,
how your eyes shift from side to side, read more »Amanda Miranda
187.MY HAIR - A FRAME FOR YOUR BEAUTIFUL FLOWER
You want to put a red flower in the loneliness of my hair.
But my hair isn’t long enough
To become a frame for your beautiful flower.
Your hand has to wait, your fingers need to sigh read more »Olimpia Sarb
188.Gone but not forgotten.
My father's bald and wears a wig
My older brother shaves his head
I wonder is it infra dig
Agreeing with what mother said. read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
189.Blind Date Haiku
her long hair cascading
into the spring night read more »Chenou Liu
190.Long Hair Seattle
Long hair Seattle
hippies sipping root beer
driven on a caffeine bolt
reading poems in cafes read more »Kevin Rottweiler
She was so very peacefully still
With her hands gently crossed as she held beads
And her collar clear up to her neck
And her hair perfectly coiffed in a way read more »Holly Jamestone
Charming lady- let fly your silky and black hair
On your unkempt hair who the angel will faster flower read more »BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA