Poems About: SILVER
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
I wore a ring of silver elaboration,
Undoing the wept tears that followed,
Each time it brought new tongues
And happily bestowed grace and reality. read more »Naveed Akram
86.Behold Silver's Got A Gun
Beware soul brother
There are gentlemen of fortune on your door
Seeking to uproot your heart in your chest
They will tell you; you are lucky and blessed read more »Dash Black
87.summer of the unlocked door
It is raised up from the dust this earth of the silver maker,
her for me it was higher than the arm could and yet
infused as the rose I scented, starry nights stretch out.
O dresses flowing silver, towards me, therein you reach read more »Is It Poetry
88.Silver Is Just A Shiney Grey
That jewlery you gave me,
I thought was so beautiful.
Silver and gold and presious gemstones.
You said they were a symble of your love. read more »Melanie Weeks
89.The Good Inn
What care if the day
Be turned to gray,
What care if the night come soon!
We may choose the pace read more »Herman K Viele
90.things do not seem to be them after a careful seeing
and a fork and they seem to appear
with food on a silver platter read more »RIC S. BASTASA
You met me
and I had given up.
You met me read more »Lonnie Hicks
Silver fox, wise and knowing go,
Walk your path through wind and snow,
Silver coat gleaming along with the stars,
You chose your way, life without bars. read more »Zack Schaefer
93.THIRT PIECES OF SILVER
THIRTY PIECES OF SILVER
Those early Roman days, were not much
different, read more »RAJ NANDY
There is beauty here within
this sea silvered bay
rich bounty too, along the
tide’s shorn edge read more »Bill Mitton
95.Born Without A Silver Spoon
I was born without a silver spoon.
On a raining day in the month of june.
We lived in a face me and face you,
it was a crowded neighbourhood. read more »Enebeli Prada
96.Just a Minute!
“Just a Minute on ‘Silver Lining’;
Sixty seconds, and starting now! ”
“On showery days when the sun is shining,
A thunder cloud with a beetle brow read more »Pamela Ann Frances Crane