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Ages Poems - Poems about Ages

Ages Poems - Examples of all types of poems about ages to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for ages.
Premium Member Expositions, etcetra
...hing through escapism Thinking aloud, Thinking a lot. But then, why me? I am just nobody With a sky darkened with ages of improbable fall out. Perhaps, there is not much left But to be red through emotions, red like blood. Red......Read More
Categories: ages, art, feelings, writing,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member haiku 267 become a prune plumbs will dry, shrink and wrinkle so ages my body ......Read More
Categories: ages, age,
Form: Senryu
STREETS: The maze and mushrooms
...mpathy. Just hold their hand, And give them an opportunity. Yes, they aren’t willing, they need to be pushed. For ages, their lives have revolved only around food! All they understand is compromise and bargains. We have to hone and ......Read More
Categories: ages, pain, paradise, poverty,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member PARIS BY DAY
...bobbing past. I have lost all sense of time, as I'm Captured by the contentment on the faces Of people of different ages and races Enjoying their day, In their way. ......Read More
Categories: ages, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Threshold of Memory
...ves, not in the light from falling flames. Falling far far apart hitting upon nothing! EYES gleam secretly VISIONS OF AGES. Passing the lost dry rages, Stumble the thoughts of ambient amber pages… Wonder at the crumbling moments. Of ......Read More
Categories: ages, art, creation, desire, emotions,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Orphanage
...I went to an orphanage on my birthday Thought I would become a sad that day Saw children of all ages joyously playing Carefree, they were laughing, enjoying Each smiled on receiving gift from me Taught me to live......Read More
Categories: ages, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Rubicorn Crossing
...hostile species of man arrived. The creeping swarm of greed called progress devours the green blanket thriving for ages, constructs the toxic greenhouse on the planet instead, extreme climate events trace global warming trajectory. ......Read More
Categories: ages, analogy, earth, environment, nature,
Form: Free verse
...dstill; a keepsake at best, sleeping without rest, waking with little words or phrases, obsessed by what was past ages, what should have been of life's written pages, and what is yet to be said of marking time lost, yet forging a......Read More
Categories: ages, analogy, angst, time,
Form: Rhyme
Zumba By The Ocean sandy beach My feet are bare and I wear a violet summer dress Beside, in front and behind me are people of many ages, and nationalities I feel as if I am just one in a million crabs on this particular day Soon like the sound of ......Read More
Categories: ages, ocean,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Early Autumn Breeze
...s to change overnight to fiery reds, oranges and yellows as the beauty of the Father's creation inspires artists of all ages to set about making their own creations The leaves begin falling from their lofty heights and gently flutter to......Read More
Categories: ages, autumn,
Form: Free verse
October Country
...cold to October’s home Footfalls over tomb stoned graves Etched out in memory with names Souls encapsulated for the ages drop Flowers grow in red and yellow bright On the green, grass covers Spring deities Trees would love to dance......Read More
Categories: ages, age, grave, image, light,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Kryptonite
...From the ages of five to fifteen, I was abused at home, bullied, and harassed at school, and was, generally unhappy most of the t......Read More
Categories: ages, anti bullying, heartbreak, how
Form: Haibun
Premium Member BREAD
...Hailed through the ages as the staff of life, It takes many forms in each town and fief. There's white bread and brown bread, biscuits an......Read More
Categories: ages, life,
Form: Quatrain
...e you is an ounce of my cologne But, I would much rather call you on the phone I haven’t seen you for what seems like ages I need to see your smiling faces I need a hug and I need a kiss My family I really miss Bring me home to my fam......Read More
Categories: ages, absence, anxiety, emotions, family,
Form: Rhyme
...I kept, my hands on my back, waiting for the fruition A beautiful song, sang by angels, even in my mind, my soul spend ages Waiting for the reflection on a mirror, wining streak Feel the muscles in my ribs, thanks to God My mom kept p......Read More
Categories: ages, god, joy, love,
Form: Rhyme

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