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Top 100 Poems About: SILVER

In this page, poems on / about “silver” are listed.
  • 1.
    Silver Tear Drop, Crying

    Moonlight shatters
    The crystals disperse
    Flakes of winter
    Fright's curse read more »

    Oves Anwar
  • 2.

    The spilled silver of moon
    over a distanced lake,
    in the still of night.
    A boy mounted at the edge of boat read more »

    subodh pandey
  • 3.
    Silver Key

    I closed the door to my heart
    threw the silver little key
    into the great big rapied waves
    of the pacific ocean read more »

    Jessica Leonard
  • 4.
    Night Song

    There's a nightingale singing from a tree in the woods
    And his voice slices through the chilly air;
    The silver coated fox stops and listens to the song
    As she pokes her pretty nose out of her lair. read more »

    Janet Mary Zylstra
  • 5.
    Where's The Silver?

    Colors, colors everywhere
    Colors all around

    Reds and purples and blues are there read more »

    Tyler Mason
  • 6.
    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
  • 7.
    A Pearls Worth

    Silver pearls fall down her skin
    She knows she must do it for she can't stay strong
    For all she has to do is count to ten
    She knows he's always wrong read more »

    Bethany Maxwell
  • 8.
    Experiments in Haiku

    Inhale sweet spring air
    And the morning rooster struts read more »

    Shirley Spycalla
  • 9.
    Not In Love

    It is hard to write a love poem
    When you’re not in love.
    I long to sing of flowers of fire
    And burning stars above. read more »

    Christine Natale
  • 10.

    Amber is the warm colour
    Of an evening sky,
    Silver the flecks of
    silver salmon read more »

    paddy d daly
  • 11.
    One Silver Tear

    I Cry a shining silver tear,
    for you, the one I love,
    my dear.
    You broke me once, read more »

    Sara Ashley Clark
  • 12.
    The Pale and Silver Moon's Blue Silk and Blossom

    They bade you softly,
    They bade you so -
    'Do not go, do not go, ' read more »

    Michael Reston
  • 13.
    Fragrant Garden

    Blooming Garden
    Moonlit Wind Blowing
    Silver Fragrance read more »

    Issa Haikai
  • 14.

    In California we like to eat oranges
    The Mountains are stately and purple
    The broad ocean shines silver
    We enjoy the sun every day of the month read more »

    zamarra venus
  • 15.
    Maybe it's me

    Maybe there is no light
    At the end of the tunnel
    Or it might be me
    Maybe I'm blind read more »

    Donna Francis
  • 16.
    'Super Moon' a Lunar Haiku

    Super Moon disguised
    Silver nimbus veils hide
    magnetic powers read more »

    Monica Lorraine Taylor
  • 17.

    She sits alone
    Hiding far from home
    The voices saying She's a mess
    She's feeling so depressed read more »

    Megan VanPool
  • 18.
    The Furnace

    See how the fire rude silver purifies,
    The sage refiner sitting watchful by,
    And tempering heat intense, judiciously read more »

    John William Inchbold
  • 19.

    I sat last night on damp plowed ground.

    Above the sky felt close around. read more »

    Pat Olive
  • 20.
    The Silver Dollar

    You gave me something, grandpa
    A coin of silver - flat and round
    But it doesn't whirr or whistle
    It cannot make a sound read more »

    William Bayless
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