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Poem Details | by Daniel Turner |
Categories: love, nature,

No Gold Nor Silver

No gold nor silver, weights my needy purse
Spun silk and finery I have no need
Such poverty of wealth be not God's curse
For bless'd the man who covets not for greed

My wealth is in the lilies of the field
The colors of the sunsets thrill my soul
Fruit trees and animals provide their yield
And stewardship to nature is my toll

But verdant forests do not warm a bed
The moon and stars, though friends, are silent stones
And lonely is the footpath which I tread
For one true heart, I'd share my pauper's throne

A golden heart and pauper's paradise
For love and happiness, a humble price

   July 31 2017



Poem Details | by Poet Destroyer A |
Categories: lost love, sad,

SILVER LINING

?The day my Silver lining vanished away?

I was traumatized, 
After walking through the bedroom door.


No movement, or sign,
Not one single breath left behind, 
the canvas has been painted black.
Not a single image on the wall, 
I took one last gasp----- of nothing,
No hint of musk in the air,
Silently, I stare, to the unknown 
The positive aspect, gone,
My unseen benefit is missing,
The absent suitcase,
The only clue!
The burglar took it all, 
the garbage stood alone.
This is not my home. 


Chaotic, disconcerted
After walking through the bedroom door.

by; PD

Poem Details | by liam mcdaid |
Categories: beauty, emotions, feelings, love, magic, moon, star,

Silver whispers

One night I saw a shooting star
flashing golden memories  
wishing for someone beautiful
just like you babe

Dazzling dreams each night 
silver trailing thoughts faraway
looking at the moon face 
over and back howling echoes
a soulful plea cries

On this cold winters night 
your love is the warmth one needs
deep inside that breathes out 
free wild as the breeze blowing
Winds in a thousand whistles speak

Utopia's everything whispers your beauty
one in a million star silently blinks
I have fallen under spells 
casting on magic fell in your dust
sailing without wings loving you

Poem Details | by Tim Ryerson |
Categories: lost love,

Sweet Silver Blue

Heart-warming wine
Jot down a line
Mood changes hue
To sweet silver blue

How high the cost
How much is lost
Back payment due
To sweet silver blue

Head shake and sigh
None left to deny
Insight in view
To sweet silver blue

Somehow I gain
Beauty from pain
As thoughts turn to you
To sweet silver blue









Poem Details | by Stephanie Cawthon |
Categories: devotion, love, on writing and words, love,

Beneath a Silver Moon

You spoke of a love you
seem to know so well.
An innocent declaration
that burns in my memory still...

smoldering in the corners of my heart.

A quiet blossom of love with tender petals
that cascade into a deep scarlet pool of affection.

Beneath a silver moon, I swam in those words,
saturated to my very soul.

Can you tell me now, with a solemn heart,
that you knew not of the things you shared?

Your soul cries for truth & I know it is there.
Because I touched it
Immersed myself in it
Drowned
in your love.


Poem Details | by john freeman |
Categories: lost love

Silver and Gold

classy lassie I love…never will I ask her hand in marriage, just poverty stricken Redneck boy…she would turn me down, though I have silver in stars above and gold in the morning sun!

Poem Details | by Andy Craig |
Categories: drink, faith, giving, heart, inspiration, love, silver,

The kindness of a stranger

Sitting on the bus with a
thirst. My little girl asking
me for a drink, yet I have
nothing to give.

A kind
stranger over hears. An old
lady with silvery grey hair.
She taps my daughter on the
shoulder with a bottle of spring
water. 

It is a lesson learned, giving
from the heart. Sometimes you do
not need to look far. The human
touch can still spill from the heart
with love, meaning so much.

My faith has
increased from that encounter, that
minute in the hour. With an old
silvery grey haired lady on the bus.

Poem Details | by Jim Pemberton |
Categories: character, christian, community, dedication, desire, devotion, faith, for her, for him, forgiveness, friend, friendship, happiness, heart, how i feel, husband, i love you, inspiration, inspirational, jesus, journey, life, love, marriage, people, relationship, religion, religious, remember, social, society, spiritual, spoken word, thank you, today, trust, uplifting, wedding, wife,

Our Silver Anniversary



From the day I promised to be with you forever… It’s now been 25 years together! Through the trials, laughter and many miles We’ve had our share of joy and trials! You’ve been so loving patient with me. My beautiful wife— my lovely sweetie! This anniversary, I am so very proud of you! You’re a wonderful wife! Faithful and true! With you, God has given me the best! My love for you is so hard to express! I Love YOU! Is what I will always say, This very special anniversary day!!! Love, Jim

Poem Details | by liam mcdaid |
Categories: angel, beautiful, beauty, kiss, love, romance, romantic,

Silver Lining Jewels

Blue sweetly Jack frosted fingers
bite down deep inside trembles
Grasping claws on frozen air
each touch gently breathing 
out a cloud of the softest
Silken satin holding you 
In each and every single breath 
A soul kissing beauty in song sings
I go weak at the knees in honor
flying dreams dancing with the spirits 
Together we have found Heaven
Just in that one kiss honey
I will rock you forever gently
always holding you sweetheart close
embracing the heart within 
these open arms smiling dew
falling love frozen precious pearls

8/7/7/7/7/7 heaven rising 8 cloud 9/9/9 falling to 8 heaven 7/7 landing 8 dreaming waves

Poem Details | by Thomas Martin |
Categories: beauty, feelings, love, rose, silver,

Hopeless Romantic

hopeless romantic
red rose in a silver vase
telegraphed to you
with my heart
close behind

Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: love, nostalgia, silver,

SILVER STRANDS-the hairdresser

the hairdresser
cut my long silver strands—
locks of love


Written for Poetry Soup Member Contest:  Silver Strands 	Sponsored by: Susan Burch

Poem Details | by elizabeth wesley |
Categories: love, silver,

Interlude

I walked by the light of the silver moon
Where winds blow and aspens quiver;
Where the streams sing an amusing tune
To the far away river.

This is a time for tears and song
A tender touch and love's sweet laughter;
Could the night hold us too long
If we love more in the hereafter?

Under the aspens shadows linger
Unafraid of the moon's silver light;
Stretching forth her long white finger
To touch the blue shadows of night.

Hold me close in the whispers of gloom
That veil your dear form and face;
As phantom arms reach out to entomb
Two lovers in a cold embrace.



Poem Details | by Ernesto P. Santiago |
Categories: family, life, love, sympathylonging, red,

Let Not Time Dim The Silver

A red rose
on the page 
of my age

imitating the dance  
of morning wind, as it ripples 
my spirits in waiting

Smell the breath 
of youth and pass it unto her 
the light of time 

for when yours dim 
you shall enjoy hers, glowing
on a sun-kissed stone

Carve love that you’ve never tried 
freeing it, from the pocket of your thoughts
on this red rose, longing for a grasp

‘Tis alone wish
of a lonely heart
and if the wind can hear it...

why can’t you?

Poem Details | by Emile Pinet |
Categories: betrayal, break up, emotions, feelings, hurt, love hurts,

Silver Tongue

Love was a pretext for lust
and once again I was fooled.
For as you betrayed my trust
passion's flame suddenly cooled.

Flattery blinded my eyes
obscuring your true intent.
And imaginative lies
quickly quelled my discontent.

Unconcerned about my fate
you hijacked my hopes and dreams.
And offering love as bait
took my feelings to extremes.

Love remains a fairytale
spun for the naive and young.
For lust gets wrongly labeled
by a cunning silver tongue.

Poem Details | by Peter Els |
Categories: love, light, light,

Ceramic Silver Swans

As the sun sets over the mountains,
And the stars light up the skies,
Evening dewdrops glisten
And light the diamonds in your eyes.

Rivers they carry the shimmers
Of the moonlight dancing free.
Like ceramic silver swans they swim,
Carrying you to me.

Passion knows no boundaries,
And love can tell no lies,
As my desires light the fires that burn,
Underneath those starry skies.

And from tonite until forever
May we never be apart.
While the angels pave the pathways
As I dance into your heart.

Poem Details | by Marie Harrison |
Categories: love

silver

 
silver
antique jewelry
melting heartstrings
Wedding silver cutlery and engagement rings could never be replaced.
lining

Poem Details | by kash poet |
Categories: love, romance, silver,

Rippling silver pond




Rippling silver pond silent flow of molten moon my tip-toeing heart closer to another moon drinking silver sip by sip.

Poem Details | by Trenton X. Johnson |
Categories: growing up, love, sad, heart, heart, silver,

The Silver Key

The Silver Key
I see in the path of me, a key- this key I can reach I notice has no current owner in which is just like a useless key without any purpose. It’s not even a key to my broken heart to put the parts where it should be. Even the key could be changed to serve some good, but still in my path I also notice I’m currently like the key- useless to any purpose in which this broken heart of mine wouldn’t be able to piece the parts of my life where it should be. Also, like the key all alone in which waiting for someone to make use of it until then I am me and it’s just this silver key. 

Poem Details | by John Monteblanco |
Categories: fantasy, love, teen, silver,

Silver Strands

There she was, the girl of my dreams.
She had purple hair with silver strands.
Those strands stood out more than her hair.
They swayed with such elegance and grace.
How I longed to touch her hand, better yet, smell her gorgeous long silver strands.

Poem Details | by Jemmy Farmer |
Categories: love, heart, light, heart, light, love, senses,

Silver Willow

The willow leaves take on a silver glow,
As lunar light foretells of love tonight,
That speaks without uttering worldly sound,
And leaves the senses rippling to the ground,
In lucent passions the soul makes its flight,
Beneath the boughs of the weeping-willow.
O sweet this love that quenched my seething thirst,
With gentle touch and a desirous look,
The smile, the warmest smile to light my fire,
My love you are all I ever require,
You are every chapter in the book,
In these moments my heart is set to burst.
My senses dance as my heart does back flips
When loving words echo upon your lips.






Form: Schupan's Sonnet

Poem Details | by James Rasmusson |
Categories: love, lost, lost, silver,

Silver Lady Lost

I dreamed a dream
from within a dream
of a madcap search
for the Silver Lady.

Silver Lady lost and found
Silver Lady lost…
I heaved and cry-cried bitter tears
'til time became an ash.

Through fissure of a shattered heart
the Silver Lady lost was found
and alchemized
into the Golden essence of you.

Poem Details | by Bob Quigley |
Categories: life, love, time,

Silver Strands

She sits quietly, staring at the fire Lost in a world of reflection Lines upon her face Softened by the caress of time Shadows of her years have lengthened Her memories play upon the flames A husband, taken, still held dearly Children, raised, taught to fly Silver strands, speak of many seasons Shining softly in the fires glow A crown bestowed upon this weary lady Who rests now, a rocker for her throne

Poem Details | by mark king |
Categories: life, lost love, love, sad, social, silver,

The Strength of the Silver Spoon

All I could do was done,
I gave attention to your ways
and treasured your promises in my heart.
With loud cries and tears,
I battled your Silver Spoon
and recited words of love from my lips,
so I seeked justification from with-in.
I meditated,
while you were with your Sliver Spoon,
with the Silver Spoon in your left hand 
and a lighter in your right hand,.
a bubbling concoction
lays on your Silver Spoon,
it seems to call you
and you can't hear me,
but I can hear myself.
A thought uncloaks before me,
in the warm sunrise,
there is no wisdom,
no insight,
no amount of love
and no plan that can succeed
against the Silver Spoon.


Poem Details | by Vee Bdosa |
Categories: lovedream, dream, love, silver,

SILVER LAKE

   SILVER LAKE
If I could read your mind, that silver lake,
where none have gone before, nor shall again,
that never ending dream you weave and make
from threads of love like love has never been;

what manner of a mortal I would be
to swim there in your lake, where you are deep,
and blessed with love as if Penelope,
is born again in you, out of a sleep

forever faithful, to someone you'd choose,
to love again, but whom you have not met,
and I would be Ulysses, yours to lose
but find again in love we can't forget.

I'd love you so, my dream and silver lake
and on your mind I'd raise the only wake.

Poem Details | by jamfox rock |
Categories: identity, love,

silver linings

"i want to fall out of this cloud, mars." 
she looked at him with sincere eyes, running her fingers through his golden locks. 
he lifted her chin with a single finger and kissed her, and with a warm voice of discipline, told her,
"earth was not made for you. thinking like that won't grant you freedom on earth, it will only bind you to it." 
she rolled onto her stomach and stared down onto earth with longing, and bitterness grew inside of her. 
she breathed heavily and murmered, "heaven is hell when you don't want to be in it."