Age Ballad Poems
These Age Ballad poems are examples of Ballad poems about Age. These are the best examples of Ballad Age poems written by international poets.
The Old Unemployed Man or a Suburban Poem
age, destiny, fate, hope,
His oars (mind, arms and legs)
were insufficient as a propellers to earn a living.
In the underground´s nasty passageway;
or was in his life´s nasty passageway?
Translation with Commentary of a Wild West Classic: SUMMER WINE by T Wignesan
america, angel, betrayal, england,
Translation with commentary of an archetypal Wild West Classic : " Summer Wine "
(I'd wage my bottom diamond dime future generations will re-discover and treasure...
age, butterfly, cancer, death,
In slower pace older men walk and bend,
some hung their heads and limp with age,
their drooping shoulders unable to stand,
Greater demands of a new climate...
We all will have some kind of Immorality
12th grade, 4th grade,
We need to "Love" what we have "Got to be",so that we can have "Immorality"! There is a "Fire inside of you and me"!!! The...
age, america, anxiety, april,
It's almost May
Haystack s are warm,flowers bloom
I have grown up and so has my daughter
Daddy,I wish you were here to make us brave!...
Translation of YESTERDAY WHEN I WAS YOUNG by T Wignesan
joy, life, song, sorrow,
Translation of YESTERDAY WHEN I WAS YOUNG
By T. Wignesan
(Written by : Herbert Kretzmer)
(Variously sung in a host of styles, moods and orchestration by
exquisite soul-movers like...
Unconditional Paternal Love Toward Shana Punim
appreciation, beautiful, daughter, freedom,
Screaming writhing violent
uncontrollable spasms of abandonment
immediately followed her (like Mary's lamb)
where e'er she went
verbal communication attempt didst rent
ear piercing outpouring
barrage heard clearly by vested gent,
Telling White Lies
abuse, age, america, child
Telling "White Lies"
My mother got born November
thirteenth, nineteen hundred thirty five
within poverty stricken household
of Canarsie, Brooklyn, the youngest
(most mollycoddled) of four siblings,
experienced grinding poverty, no
Mayor Gregory Fischer
11th grade, 12th grade,
Our youth needed,and got a "Hero",in "The summer of 2014,15,16,17,and 18.Our youth needed and got jobs for those summers to help them fortify there dignity,and...
The New Age
Opinion can split us apart
As we contemplate a place to start
What is your opinion of it all
Or do you need one when they brawl?
age, allusion, anniversary, appreciation,
Her desires made it begin
His eyes kiss then let her in
The rumors to guide the sins
Not stressed of what's within
She was'nt looking for a friend...
absence, adventure, age, allah,
Destiny calls me to recall
The pain in my life
Each day and night
Till the very end
Until happiness comes
Into my life...
age, allegory, analogy, change,
Got up this morning
Prep for another day
Shoes tied, door locked
Headed out on the way
Then all of a sudden
World had gone insane
Never noticed the people
10th grade, adventure, age,
Pumps my heart to see you take a 180 degree turn,
Lumpen and thinking of the wonders your acts had
done to me.
That a life is made...
Do you know what I mean
It drove me on
When I was with a girl
Romance was the thing
And all I could think about
At the time when would she say yes
Memories of endless yesterdays
death, death of a
What endth their life
As an age did die
Lost in time not being kind
For they have stayed
When others left
Bereft of charity now
In their last breath
age, lost love,
There were clean sheets on the bed
Neatly made with tidy threads
Cleanliness was always good
In their younger days as lovers laid as they should
But age now...
The soul Errand and other poems
africa, beautiful, beauty, child,
The Soul Errand
To Sir Walter Raleigh Tomb.
Since my soul shall though go
Upon a thankless arrent too
I fear not to touch the best so
The truth shall...
Computer personal assistants are the rage
As computers look to come of age
With female voices that are a hit for everyone
But the Germans want a male...
Nothing but the Truth
beautiful, dedication, emotions, friendship
"Nothing but the Truth"
by: Eric L. Boddie
Something about you simply catches the eye
Heaven Knows that's a fact I can not deny
And every time I...