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Old Age Poems

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

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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© Aly Bahr  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: age, change, endurance, feelings,

Playing Guitar in the Rain
I’m too old to live out these songs I sing.
There has been too much pumped into these veins.
But if you remember how I was back...

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Categories: age, poetry,

Premium Member Getting To Old
I often hear,
"It's tough getting old."

I never hear
"It's tougher not getting old"
because, I suppose,
those who might have spoken
from personal experience
are no longer with us.

I am...

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Categories: age, anxiety, appreciation, health,

Premium Member Today
I've never been this old before,
The years have gone which brought me here.
It ought to be against the law,
I've never been this old before.
What happens...

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Categories: age,

Premium Member Just Like My Own Baby
The new lady in the nursing home put her pinkie up with tea
She could not hear or see well, some thought she was not friendly.

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Categories: age,

Premium Member fun size
just the right size
itty bitty
fun size
for an old biddy
with champion choppers
and diabetes

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Categories: age, food, humor,

Premium Member Chapter 105 -- DAMIAN DELILAH MALLORY: Teenagers come of age
Date  January  2047
DJ is now 20 years pasted his
Birthday. His birthday was celebrated 
Weeks ago at Cascades. He and
The whole family enjoyed the...

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Categories: age, africa, color, confidence, creation,

Premium Member As time flies
I seek to find.
Some peace of mind.
I'm crazy
A bit lazy
Sometimes life gets all hazy
Seeking to find my way
I hope to be a step closer with...

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Categories: age, birth, conflict,

Premium Member Six Million Dollar Man
Your eyes are failing
It's been a while
Although you've got
That cheeky smile

Their service contract 
Long expired
So grandpa you should 
Have retired

Your speedy legs
Once raced the best

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© Sam Scott  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: age, family, grandfather,

The House by the Tracks
There’s a house out across the creek, 
just an old rundown two-room shack.
Each time I drive out past it now, 
those memories come flooding back.


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Categories: age, poetry,

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 An Old Geezer

How come all my good buddies
Look so much older than I?
Guess they didn't take care of themselves
That's surely the reason why

Look at me, I'm still...

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Categories: age,

Retirement Plan
Taking my old Town-Car out for a little spin,
never suffer through rush hour traffic again.
Now we have time to see all those places we’ve never...

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Categories: age, poetry,

Highlights from Highland Manor
Highlights from Highland Manor

Courtesy Goofus and Gallant 
who began their broadly-drawn 
moral plays in the 1950s, 
initially depicted as identical twins,
but later on, editors for...

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Categories: adventure, age, animal, celebration,

Happy is a Problem
Happy is the closed eye

Sleeping ever so peacefully

Deep in the six feet underneath

No longer anything i can see

Or be 

Least of all alone me

Staring up...

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Categories: age,