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Middle Age Poems

These Middle Age poems are examples of Age poems about Middle. These are the best examples of Age Middle poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Facing The Mirror
Who would believe I could be such an age
My life has turned over, page after page
So many seasons have passed me by
I understand the saying...

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Categories: age, change, endurance, feelings,

Premium Member Translate From Speech
Let's dwell a tiny bit  on that  skill  most hanker after,
of mastering a language that especially appeals,
infused with magic rhythm so ifervent,

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Categories: age, anxiety, art, courage,

It Don't Get No Better
Walking down the middle of the road, 
chewing on a piece of wheat.
The sun burning hot on my shoulders,
I got no shoes on my feet.

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Categories: age, poetry,

Premium Member If I Make It To Old Age

If I Make It To Old Age

If I make it to old age, I’ll count myself lucky.
Not careful or clever, not courageous or plucky.
It’s all...

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Categories: age, humorous,

Summer Days
Kicking an empty beer can,
right down the middle of main street.
Taking time to stop and talk,
to any friends that I might meet.

Hey Red Rover, Red...

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Categories: age, poetry,

Premium Member An Age of Charmed Dreamers
‘Blessed I was to be young in an age of charmed dreamers.’

Childhood in suburbia wanting for nothing;
Kickball and flashlight tag ‘til dinner was set; 

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Categories: age, childhood, dream, feelings, sunset,

Excerpt from fake encomium given years ago
Excerpt from “fake” encomium given years ago... 
at Lake Wobegone High School (my alma mater), 

and recently discovered ridiculous rough draft
amidst plethora of junk emails

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Categories: age, 11th grade, 12th grade,

Three Ages Of Man
I’m older than you
The children cry,
Ignore their age as
Middle years roll by,
Proclaim it with
A certain pride
As they near the end
Of life’s long ride...

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Categories: age, humor, perspective, philosophy,

Stricken with anguished nausea
Stricken with anguished nausea

Written three years ago tomorrow, 
yet superimposed (likened to 
emotional palimpsest) upon 
mental state of yore
recent post traumatic stress 
triggered courtesy war

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Categories: abuse, age, analogy, angst,

Camp E-How-Kee
From Tampa Florida And Still Living Near By
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Camp E-How-Kee
as a child
had it's dark side as well.


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Categories: age, 12th grade,

Premium Member Middle
In youth, vacations lent my Summers wings
and Christmas gilded wintertime in gold.
I've aged (a bit) and love my Falls and Springs
for landing in between too...

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Categories: age,

Change The Plot
I have this strange feelings twirling in my stomach since yesterday and it will not go away, it is not a feeling of pain, it’s...

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Categories: absence, age, beautiful, blessing,

By George burning hard, I Shaw tried to playwright
By George (burning hard), I Shaw tried to playwright

offers his unsolicited tidbits 
as scene courtesy 
the following virtually 
staged philosophical insight.

Arch back like 
a professional...

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Categories: adventure, age, angel, appreciation,

A field day shoe fit for Mother Goose
A field day shoe fit for Mother Goose
Fruitless effort squeezing figurative juice
Pandora called triggering 
helter skelter to get loose
necessitating Bullwinkle J. Moose
to usher...

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Categories: 12th grade, adventure, age,

Back to you Billy, for ways I whiled away herding ennui
Back to you Billy, for ways I whiled away herding ennui

Ah...a flood of memories wash over
this anointed Goatama Boo Da,
whose respected G.O.A.T status
among generic green...

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Categories: age, 12th grade, 1st grade,