Get Your Premium Membership

New Age Poems

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


My young age
My young age
Was in no way grave
I used to smoke the peace pipe
And read Windows 98
My mother was a golden ace
And she introduced me to
A...

Read More
Categories: age, appreciation, art, beautiful,



A beginning
There is a part inside of me
Which wants to carry on
Take the bones of survival
Into the dawn
Though I am broken inside
And yearn for a happier...

Read More
Categories: age, change, character, confidence,

Premium Member A class of its' own
A class of its' own

	I sit deep in the shadows, watching and listening.
	Worn shoes silently shuffle ,
	walking sticks, black frames,
	chairs with wheels, pushed or driven,
	converge...

Read More
© Tim Riding  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: age,

Little for awhile
They only stay little for just awhile
Everything new learned brings a smile
Their laughs and cries
Their hugs and kisses
These are the moments that all parents misses
Holding...

Read More
Categories: age, baby, child, childhood,

My new friend
It is a new fad
She makes me think, I am a queen
She is a magnificent ruin 
I pray and I understand her
I will love her...

Read More
Categories: age, allah, art, beautiful,



Premium Member In Our Prime
A time for us when we were young,                 ...

Read More
Categories: age, kiss, love, teen

Premium Member Wearing Out


I have clothes I have kept for a long time,
Their cuffs and collars are starting to fray,
I suppose it is really no wonder
That they're showing...

Read More
© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: age, allusion, clothes, day,

Violet May Is Slipping Away
Violet May is slipping away...
Gentle breaths are growing shallow
Eyes tired of seeing, fade to dim
Once agile fingers now bent
Swan necks dipping on a sheet

Sergeant Vi...

Read More
Categories: age, bereavement, celebration, death,

Passages
stillness of a September breeze
a heartfelt morning chill
one highway out of town
another back
a hidden waterfall
five miles off either road
green neon lights in darkness
a beacon on...

Read More
Categories: age, allegory, earth, friendship,

wherefore
Wherefore 
 
There are a question philosophers and goat herders
has in common with the rest of us the modest multitude
the query is, what is the...

Read More
Categories: absence, adventure, age, allusion,

Difficult But Possible
Difficult
But
Possible
Turn over a new page
Forget the past
Say
It's never too late to turn back
I can
Difficult
Yes but possible
However great the gap between us
Are we not similar?
Our differences
Can...

Read More
Categories: adventure, age, allah, appreciation,

Us or You
How is freedom related to time?
when criminal knows no limit for a crime
Why stop us at night?
when we know how to fight

Why cage us for...

Read More
Categories: age, for teens, freedom,

Yesterdays
Yesterdays 

A choo, choo train,
An aeroplane,
A teddy for the bed,
Muffin the mule 
First day at school, 
Jam on toasted bread,
Dirty faces,
From mucky places,
Found in the...

Read More
Categories: age, memory,

River
It goes slithering away
Holding happiness in its hands
I wish I could become its friend and 
Slither away into a bay
There I would sit and pray...

Read More
Categories: age, allusion, animal, anti

Curse
The 1st time I used a profane word 
My tongue welcomed the new vocabulary with open arms 
Most days, I find it hard to cook...

Read More
Categories: 12th grade, age, anxiety,