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Best Horsehair Poems

Below are the all-time best Horsehair poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of horsehair poems written by PoetrySoup members


Memories Made to Ponder
It was a tin-roof wooden house standing 
Across the red brick cobblestone street 
Adjacent to a wide open field full
Of shady live oak and sweet...

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Categories: horsehair, childhood, family, grandfather, grandmother, growing up,
Form: Free verse



A Happy Place
I.	Creation

Before the troubles of the world infect the soul
The magic of imagination creates a womb
Devoid of torment, pain, and stress. Rainforests, 
Jungles, beaches, other worlds...

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Categories: horsehair, childhood, introspection, life, mystery, philosophyworld, home,
Form: I do not know?
Marxism For Dummies 7
B52s above the Aleutians?
It never was a Red Dread global mission.
Fidel was just Galician patrician,
and Ho and Mao were scholarly Confucians.

They wore those uniforms like...

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Categories: horsehair, satire,
Form: Sonnet
from the wooden casket
her fingers play like spiders
nimbly dancing on a web of iron
it lies on the smoothest rosewood
her prey is built of horsehair

such powerful vibrations!
such music to...

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Categories: horsehair, beauty, music, psychological,
Form: I do not know?
Autisto
Cloudburst Louis
Paints in colors bright
Imagination driven
With all of his might

Blessed canvas glows
Pure horsehair magic
Beauty born from pain
Muse favors tragic

Autism schism
Torn from the world
Quiet little dolphin
Oceans...

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Categories: horsehair, art,
Form: Free verse



Painted Alone
Goin alone,
Why must my travels be so stale.
No love to quote, no tales to tell,
I'm on troubled waters, no beacon to see.

At home I'm always...

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Categories: horsehair, depression, fear, loss,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Strings
A lonely fiddle, its strings once taut tense and
stretched, waiting to be tuned and played.
The limp horsehair bow, longs to be tightened
and drawn in sweet...

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Categories: horsehair, life,
Form: Free verse
Green
The judge is snoring for victory of my conviction
Every night, I merry in comfort of his spouse
My skin has become a palimpsest of fleeting sensation
And...

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Categories: horsehair, green, humor, love,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Lonely Fiddle
A lonely fiddle, its strings once taut tense and
stretched, waiting to be tuned and played.
The limp horsehair bow, longs to be tightened
and drawn in sweet...

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Categories: horsehair, life,
Form: Free verse
Old Patriot
Translated by Przemyslaw Musialowski 5/27/2019

Tomorrow, as usual, you shall get up before dawn
with a crack in your bones, an ointment for corns, 
worn-out slippers you...

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Categories: horsehair, grandfather, old, patriotic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member After Granny Died
That dilapidated old chair of hers, stuffed with horsehair.
Her big floral cup, that had a chipped saucer,
And, of course, her dog-eared copy of Chaucer.

1/5/20 -...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: horsehair, age, allusion, books,
Form: List
Take up your fiddle
Strike the bow across my strings and let me sing
For unseen spirits in the sunshine,
I’ll cry the heart’s lament,
Give voice to silent sorrows,
That rest inside...

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Categories: horsehair, music,
Form: Iambic Pentameter