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Getting Old Poems

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

getting old
Getting old

Reading the papers this morning
was a sad affair, so many of the famous stars of yesteryear
had succumbed to old age.

They were as I´m in...

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Categories: old, best friend, celebration, growing

Premium Member GROWING OLD
I’d like to take a minute and talk about growing old…It’s something many people do…
and if you’re lucky in this life…you’ll, one day, grow old...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: old, age,

Old Bill
'Buy me a pint', the old man said 
as we sat in an old Bristol bar,
'An I'll tell thee a tale that's a little bit...

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© John Jones  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: old, humorous, imagination,

Premium Member Autumn
A utumn cool days waiting for winter
U nder the trees lie hand painted leaves
T rees filled with leaves with gorgeous glistening colors
U ncover the boxes...

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Categories: old, autumn, color, cool, holiday,

Premium Member Age-Old Question
Spring’s fading flowers
Worn down rocks on riverbeds
Trees losing their leaves

Is this growing old?
Is this what it is to age?
Not if you get there…

Spring’s perennials
The rivers...

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Categories: old, age, destiny, fate, grandparents,

How many times in life is discovering the beauty…the grandeur…the sublime
just a matter of being in the right place at exactly the right time?

Take today...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: old, fate, inspiration,

Premium Member Older People
He'll be 92 in DECEMBER, and before the corona virus, we did breakfast together every week. He is 21 years my senior and just being...

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Categories: age, old,

Premium Member Stop and Shop Strike
The Stop & Shop strike
v. Game of Thrones. In Game
what’s not made plain
is the condition of the people
compared with warriors and queens.
There’s no mention of...

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Categories: old, dream, food, sun, war,

Old Friends
Old Friends

Come, sit with me and share some idle talk,
Of cabbages and kings, of life and death.
Or else, perhaps, opining as we walk,
We could discuss...

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Categories: friend, friendship, old,

Getting Old
Getting Old

Getting old sucks, and it's plain to see
Mother Nature's having fun tormenting me.

Sitting in a chair enjoying a snack,
I start to get up, and...

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Categories: old, humor,

Premium Member A Day At The Beach
Sunny beach fun.
Why do you think my swimsuit is so funny.
Yelling at the birds is not speech.
They are out of our reach.
Watch out or you...

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Categories: old, beach, bird, fun, sea,

Premium Member Hugs And Romance
From across the room you gave me a glance.                ...

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Categories: old, dream, flower, friendship, love,

Premium Member Deor's Lament
Deor's Lament

(Old English/Anglo-Saxon poem circa the 10th century AD)
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

Weland endured the agony of exile:
an indomitable smith wracked by grief.
He suffered...

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Categories: destiny, england, fate, old,

Growing old

Growing Old

Why is it old age is so lonely?why is it such a bore? Why because you're getting old,No one wants you anymore? As a...

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Categories: old, deep, emotions, family, feelings,

Premium Member In Future
If we have to leave this place in future,
There will be plenty of work that must be done,
We have lived here for about twenty years,

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: old, books, future, home, leaving,