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Short Silver Dollar Poems

Short Silver Dollar Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Silver Dollar by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Silver Dollar by length and keyword.


Premium Member haiku
a silver dollar
follows my finger -
a child’s reflection

4/17/2018
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Categories: silver dollar, fish,
Form: Haiku



Silver Dollar
Silver Dollar

Eighteen-eighty-nine
Many millions touched your face
You are still a buck.
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Categories: silver dollar, history
Form: Haiku
Premium Member CHILDHOOD LAMENT
attracted to her fingers
and slippery as an eel
its one dead eye stares at her
— the silver dollar

lonely child spoons dirt over
the sandwich bag zippered shut
there’s naught burial at sea
— two sticks form a cross

10/13/2018
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Categories: silver dollar, child, death, fish,
Form: Dodoitsu
Premium Member Silver Dollar Moon
silver dollar moon suspended in a dark sky wind rustles the autumn leaves secrets in the night moonbeams on the forest floor wolves pay homage at midnight
Barbara Gorelick 10/14/11 For Russel's Full Moon contest
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Categories: silver dollar, imagination, nature, autumn,
Form: Choka
Ode to the Moon
oh mighty mother,
protector of calm
reveal your silver dollar face
kiss my brow.

whisper in your misty breath
secrets of the past;
what have you seen 
oh ancient one?
  _________

silent guardian,
muse of the many
omen of womanhood
bid my pale cheek goodnight.

graze upon my fingertips
hold me gently.
prance on my dewy eyelashes, and
sing me to sleep with your immortal song.



3/9/20...

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Categories: silver dollar, fairy, moon,
Form: Free verse



Sweet Tomatoes and Red Mary Janes
Ripe tomatoes in the supermarket
The red tip of my own nose.
Their lime green imagination
Marauded by Edgar Allen Poe.
Her silver dollar face raises hellfire
Says the stringy girl who believes in ghosts.
Goodnight to the lucky cat
Who kisses my cheek with his prose.
Her calico hat sticks to dewy grass
While the hooves of the lumpy deer carcass doze.
The weight of dreams lifted off my shoulders
By the kiss of conciousness on my nose....

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Categories: silver dollar, autumn, beauty, butterfly, fairy, fun, innocence, summer,
Form: Rhyme
Night Flight
Silver dollar orbits full,
illuminates a slumbered trail.
Like tidal rhythms I feel the pull.
Subconsciousness now sets sail.

I'm floating, flying viewing all
as my mind stays on the ground.
And suddenly I'm very small,
no conflict can be found.

The daily worries, stress and fears
seem to vanish with the night.
And loneliness just disappears
in dreams when I take flight.

yet even this nirvana state
finds abrupt dissolution.
Eagerly my mind awaits
it's nocturnal resolution.
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Categories: silver dollar, adventure, dream, metaphor,
Form: Quatrain