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Silver Water

In the shadow of a waterfall

Of moonlight’s silver steam

Was a mist of lunar H2O

In a dazzling metal stream,

Beneath which bubbled puddles

Of the element AG;

The moon was very full, unlike

My repertoire of analogies.

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Semi Precious

The color gold is very bold,
Yet platinum’s even bolder.
An emerald’s shine is quite divine
And a ruby’s glow does smolder.

Pearls are smooth and friendly
And shall stand the test of time,
And silver would be more popular
If the poor thing had a rhyme.

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