Poems About: HAIR
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
You've already taken my lunch, my socks, my long-distance binocs,
Now what do you want?
More Hair! read more »John W. McEwers
Top of my head;
Where's my hair?
Seems like only yesterday it was all there, read more »Thomas Tobey
I got down onto the bed and started kissing you but my long hair got in the way and I felt like I kissed myself.
Long straight hair which fell onto your head was the wall between me and you and I feared if I said: I love you, I would be saying it to myself. read more »Maria Junnonen
196.Her Wet Hair Feels Cool on My Skin
Her wet hair feels cool on my skin
As she came fresh from the shower.
She lies near me and rest begins. read more »william mcgehee
197.You scratch your head, I stretch my hair
</>The last sip of water...
I'm waiting for drinking another bottle of wine read more »Garland Jodie Jeen
198.Pretty Lil' Princess
A pretty little princess danced before my eyes
Soon we shared these loving longing sighs read more »BEAU GOLDEN
199.The girl with the raven tresses
What smile made this soul quiver?
Shiver on this day in her audible stare
Each fingertip touch made the world
Tremble at the thought of caressing read more »Resten Swondo
200.Isaiah 46: 3
(from the song 'Isaías 46: 3' by Daniel Calveti)
From our mom’s womb
Until our gray hairs read more »Jordys Herrera
201.For a Good Cause and Care
Tides are high
Tides are deep
With a sigh
I cannot sleep, read more »Music Galore
202.Take Care, Take Care
Bind up, bind up your dark bright hair
And hide the smouldering sunken fire.
Let it be held no more than fair, read more »John Freeman
Knots and tangles in my hair,
grandma sitting on her chair,
me in front on a stool so low,
brushes and combs all in a row. read more »Edwina Reizer
204.The Legend Of Big Foot
A hairy man once roamed the earth,
a hairy thing, was he from birth,
the years would come, the years would go,
each year that passed, his hair would grow, read more »Elizabeth Lindberg