Jewelry Quotes and Poems

Jewelry Quotes and Poems

Jewelry Quotes and Poems

Many times when I write my monthly Blog, I like to find a quote or poem that relates to gems I am listing.

If you love to write poems or quotes and would like to write one about Jewelry and or Gemstones-please forward it to me at sales@doubledragonjewelry.com.

You never know I may publish it on my site-with your permission of course.

Enjoy!

Peridot

~Author Unknown

Wear a Peridot or for thee,
No conjugal fidelity,
The August born without this stone,
`Tis said, must live unloved alone.

“Office With No Windows”

~Author Unknown

The Jeweler allows me to wear the blue Sapphire Lake on my finger, the Emerald green Leaves around my neck, and take the Citrine sunset with me wherever I go.

Jewelry has become my daytime link to Nature in an office with no windows. And if I have to work late, there’s nothing like Diamond stars and a Pearl full Moon against an Onyx night Sky.

Pearl

~Author Unknown

The pearl is the queen of gems and the gem of queens.

 

Gems

~by Pan Alexander Yardy

Clear crystal bright
shinning and warm
You helped me through
my long dark night
and wore off the emotional storm.

 

POEM

~ (author unknown)

By her in January born,
No Gems save Garnets should be worn,
They will ensure her constancy,
True friendship, and fidelity.

The February born shall find,
Sincerity and peace of mind,
Freedom from passion and from care,
If they the Amethyst will wear.

Who in this world of ours, her eyes,
In March first opens, shall be wise.
In day of peril, firm and brave.
And wear a Bloodstone to her grave.

She who from April dates, her years,
Diamonds shall wear, lest bitter tears.
For vain repentance flow; this stone,
Emblem for innocence is known.

Who first beholds the light of day,
In spring’s sweet flowery month of May,
And wearer the Emerald all her life,
Shall be a loved and happy wife.

Who comes with Summer to this Earth,
And owes to June her hour of birth.
With ring of Agate on her hand,
Can health, wealth and long life command.

The glowing Ruby shall adorn
Those who is warm of July are born,
Then will they be exempt and free
From love’s doubt, and anxiety.

Wear Sardonyx, or for thee,
No conjugal felicity;
The August-born without this stone,
Tis said, must live unloved and alone.

A maiden born when autumn leaves
Are rustling in September’s breeze
A Sapphire on her brow should bind;
Twill cure diseases of the mind.

October’s child is born for woe
And life’s vicissitudes must know,
But lay an Opal on her breast,
And hope will full those foes to rest.

Who first comes to this world below,
With drear November’s fog, and snow,
Should prize the Topaz amber hue,
Emblem of firens, and lovers true.

If could December gives you birth,
The month of snow, and ice and mirth,
Place on your hand the Turquoise blue;
Success will bless wha’er you do.

Loving You

~by Lorraine Venner

Rubies are red
Sapphires are blue
I’m in love
With wonderful you

Simple Beads

~by Lorraine Venner

As I hold this strand of simple beads
I think of my special friends
The joys of laughing in quiet rooms
The worries under the secluded moons

The wonders of love go through me
As I hold these stones of mine
I reach up for the stars I see before me
And know I’ll enjoy whatever I find.

Lapis Lazuli
~by Lorraine Venner

Of bright royal blue
With spots of gold too
It feels as royal as can be
It helps me really be me

Gemstone Beauty
~by Meisha & Tymesi

mystical magical
shinning so bright
never ending beauty and light
a treasure so precious in sight
you can see the reflection of the light
never forget its mystical magical beautiful sight

unknown

~Peter Marshall

When we long for life without difficulties, remind us that oaks grow strong in contrary winds and diamonds are made under pressure.

Opal

~Author Unknown

Mysterious opals contain the wonders of the skies – sparkling rainbows, fireworks, and lightning, shifting and moving in their depths.

 

Butterflies

~Author Unknown

Indians thought of Butterflies as Gemstones of the Gods, tossed from the Heavens to spread beauty.