SILVER POEMS

Silver
Slowly, silently, now the moon
Walks the night in her silver shoon;
This way, and that, she peers, and sees
Silver fruit upon silver trees;
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Walter de la Mare

The Silver Jubilee
To James First Bishop of Shrewsbury on the
25th Year of his Episcopate July 28. 1876

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Gerard Manley Hopkins

Pear Tree
Silver dust
lifted from the earth,
higher than my arms reach,
you have mounted.
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Hilda Doolittle

Pear Tree
Silver dust
lifted from the earth,
higher than my arms reach,
you have mounted,
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H. D.

In Time Of Silver Rain
In time of silver rain
The earth puts forth new life again,
Green grasses grow
And flowers lift their heads,
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Langston Hughes

An Everywhere Of Silver
An everywhere of silver,
With ropes of sand
To keep it from effacing
The track called land.
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Emily Dickinson

As Everywhere of Silver
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As Everywhere of Silver
With Ropes of Sand
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Emily Dickinson

The Lost Piece Of Silver
HOLY Lord Jesus, Thou wilt search till Thou find
This lost piece of silver,--this treasure enshrined
In casket or bosom, once of such store;
Now lying under the dust of Thy floor.
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Dinah Maria Mulock Craik

The Silver Horn
"Come, rest with me now, my silver horn!
My melodious joy, my silver horn!
These many long years my constant friend,
Together let our toiling end.
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Henry Clay Work

Alfâ??s Twelfth Bit
BALLAD FOR THE TIMES' SPECIAL SILVER NUMBER

Sez the Times a silver lining
Is what has set us pining,
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Ezra Pound

The Sky A Silver
the sky a silver
dissonance by the correct
fingers of April
resolved
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E. E. Cummings

The Silver Stripes
When we've honored the heroes returning from France,
When we've mourned for the heroes who fell,
When we've done all we can for the home-coming man,
Who stood to the shot and the shell,
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Edgar Albert Guest

The Silver Moon
The silver moon is set;
The Pleiades are gone;
Half the long night is spent, and yet
I lie alone.
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Sappho

Night Stuff
LISTEN a while, the moon is a lovely woman, a lonely woman, lost in a silver dress, lost in a circus rider's silver dress.

Listen a while, the lake by night is a lonely woman, a lovely woman, circled with birches and pines mixing their green and white among stars shattered in spray clear nights.

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Carl Sandburg

Silver Wind
DO you know how the dream looms? how if summer misses one of us the two of us miss summer-
Summer when the lungs of the earth take a long breath for the change to low contralto singing mornings when the green corn leaves first break through the black loam-
And another long breath for the silver soprano melody of the moon songs in the light nights when the earth is lighter than a feather, the iron mountains lighter than a goose down-
So I shall look for you in the light nights then, in the laughter of slats of silver under a hill hickory.
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Carl Sandburg

Early Moon
THE BABY moon, a canoe, a silver papoose canoe, sails and sails in the Indian west.
A ring of silver foxes, a mist of silver foxes, sit and sit around the Indian moon.
One yellow star for a runner, and rows of blue stars for more runners, keep a line of watchers.
O foxes, baby moon, runners, you are the panel of memory, fire-white writing to-night of the Red Man's dreams.
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Carl Sandburg

The Silver Birch
O SILVER one, O silver one,
Above the valley of the Bane:
O stem with snow-water agleam,
And glistening limbs, and trails of pearl.
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Herbert Asquith

Silver Nails
A man was crucified. He came to the city a stranger,
was accused, and nailed to a cross. He lingered hanging.
Laughed at the crowd. “The nails are iron,” he
said, “You are cheap. In my country when we crucify
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Carl Sandburg

Ch 03 On The Excellence Of Contentment Story 27
A thief said to a mendicant: â??Art thou not ashamed to stretch out thy hand for a grain of silver to every sordid fellow?â?? He replied:

â??To hold out the hand for a grain of silver
Is better than to get it cut off for one dane and a half.â??
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Saadi Shirazi

Farewell
Not soon shall I forget--a sheet
Of golden water, cold and sweet,
The young moon with her head in veils
Of silver, and the nightingales.
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Katharine Tynan

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