Poems About: HAIR
Poems on / about :
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217.In Each Lock of Your Hair
I love the way your hair curls through
The ribbons and the gold;
It seems to me the laughter of children prancing read more »Robert Rorabeck
218.Sonnet: Human Skin Has Hair
Most women try to have least body-hair,
By cumbersome methods and waste of time;
The human skin, hair follicles does bear,
That will remain, depending on each clime. read more »Dr John Celes
Jenn is the one that i always will love
through thick and thin we been through it all
i still love her like i always will read more »Roberto Camtoe
220.A Christmas Carol
The Christ-child lay on Mary's lap,
His hair was like a light.
(O weary, weary were the world,
But here is all aright.) read more »Gilbert Keith Chesterton
221.Hallelujah: A Sestina
A wind's word, the Hebrew Hallelujah.
I wonder they never gave it to a boy
(Hal for short) boy with wind-wild hair.
It means Praise God, as well it should since praise read more »Robert Francis
222.The Bonnie Lass o' Dundee
O' a' the toons that I've been in,
I dearly love Dundee,
It's there the bonnie lassie lives,
The lass I love to see. Her face is fair, broon is her hair, read more »William Topaz McGonagall
223.'Hair Styles I Remember'
There are hairstyles I remember wearing
oh so long ago.
My father had a fit with most of them
told me, 'go comb that mess out before you go! ' read more »Linda Winchell
224.The farmer and his wife (Sestina)
A girl was lying down flat on her back
with a straw hat at eye height over hair,
she was sun-struck, curling and fair
with a rain cloud ominous and black read more »Gert Strydom
225.Waiting For You (Sestina)
The tangled wood reminds me of your hair -
dark like the night and falling in whispers.
Kneeling underneath the sheltering pines,
I sip silence and stroke the memories. read more »Linda Marie Van Tassell
226.The Three Hairs Of Anton K.
Three hairs grew upon Anton's head
they slept each night in Anton's bed.
He groomed the hairs with special care
and wore them with a certain flair. read more »Herbert Nehrlich
227.Color As BeginningRichard Brautigan
228.the whole family
the whole family
all with white hair and canes
visiting graves read more »Matsuo Basho