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Assisted Living Poems - Poems about Assisted Living

Assisted Living Poems - Examples of all types of poems about assisted living 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 assisted living.
The creep alias Harvey Specter what he wanted at my expense. Said crack fast talking hacker and scammer pulled figurative wool over my eyes going incognito and speaking a clipped English mien his disguise. He appeare......Read More
Categories: assisted living, america, anger, angst, anxiety,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Instead Of Counting The Days, Make The Days Count
...As we get older, we think more about our death And how many days on this Earth we have to give. We tend to think about how much time we have left, All the while, thinking about the life we’ve live......Read More
Categories: assisted living, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Afterward
...See Dick run, in the golden latterly years, When past is gone, the future premieres. Jane is a librarian, in the floral ruby days, Sally is a teacher, in the tangerine phase. Puff pursues orang......Read More
Categories: assisted living, books, childhood, growth, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member WISE ASS
... WISE ASS You know this person! In middle school his perfect sarcasm seems funny and bold and wise to our ears, makes adults and institutions seem hopelessly inept, disingenuous, insecure ......Read More
Categories: assisted living, people,
Form: Free verse
The Afternoon Moon
...The Afternoon Moon Grandmother reclines in the passenger seat, while sunlight glows through her white wavy hair. Her cheeks rosy, she smiles at me as I drive east toward the Blossom Trail. I ......Read More
Categories: assisted living, flower, grandmother, spring,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Just Stating The Obvious Poetry Contest
... *Image of Nursing Home provided by Pixabay. Just Stating The Obvious Poetry Contest Poetic Form: Rhyme PLACE: Hereafter Harmony House (Assisted Living Facility) ......Read More
Categories: assisted living, age, care, community, giving,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member An Offer to Entertain -- 1995
... “Wha’da-ya’ s’pose he’s thinkin’ about,” I heard a nurse inquire, “he sits there almost every day just gazin’ at the pond?” “Hard to say,” a laundry gal replied, “but chances are...if you could, s......Read More
Categories: assisted living, inspirational, uplifting,
Form: Verse
Premium Member ROUTINE
...It’s funny the different people you meet in life who follow a similar routine…walk with me a moment and I’ll tell you what I mean. Besides the first birds of the morning and the rabbits and other ......Read More
Categories: assisted living, love,
Form: Rhyme
Death of Hope
...Death of Hope Hope was a beautiful girl, long ago, before she turned seventy when the pandemic hit and turned her into an ideal candidate for Covid's voracious appetite, living a solitary life ......Read More
Categories: assisted living, allusion,
Form: List
Poems about the Coronavirus II
...Poems about the Coronavirus II This World's Joy (anonymous Middle English lyric, circa early 14th century AD) loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch Winter awakens all my care......Read More
Categories: assisted living, fear, loneliness, loss, natural
Form: Rhyme
Poems about the Coronavirus I
...Poems about the Coronavirus I yet another iffy coronavirus haiku #1 by michael r. burch plagued by the Plague i plague the goldfish with my verse yet another iffy coronavirus haiku ......Read More
Categories: assisted living, absence, anxiety, bereavement, caregiving,
Form: Haiku
Haiku 1
...The Original Sin: Rhyming Haiku! Haiku should never rhyme: it’s a crime! -Michael R. Burch The herons stand, sentry-like, at attention ... rigid observers of some unknown command. -Mich......Read More
Categories: assisted living, family, heart, love, mother
Form: Haiku
More iffy coronavirus haiku
...yet another iffy coronavirus haiku #1 by michael r. burch plagued by the Plague i plague the goldfish with my verse yet another iffy coronavirus haiku #2 by michael r. burch sunflowe......Read More
Categories: assisted living, america, death, eulogy, health,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Who I Would Bring Back
...Who would I bring back, if I had only one Perhaps a great leader, Kennedy or Lincoln Or I could choose a musical icon Such as John Lennon or Michael Jackson Maybe a legend of the silver scree......Read More
Categories: assisted living, memory, mother, nostalgia, woman,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Ode to John Posey
...He was one of the poets featured in "Featured Poets" of the week and when I read his writing it was as though I heard him speak. So I chose a link to follow him reading every poem he wrote He......Read More
Categories: assisted living, death, poets, sad,
Form: Ballad

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