Postings with tag: old_age
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Ryan tries to find a way to recreate the time he spent with Jason, but has to make sure he remembers it this time, Ethan and Jamie fight about Ethan’s New Year incident and Jacob searches for a job
The innocence of childhood is eventually tainted by reality, but what disappears as well is the imagination you possess. This poem hopefully reflects the life of someone who loses these things with age.
I was listening to some nice music and felt inspired to wrote some poetry about life, love and loss so let me know what you think. Let me know what you think. It's my first real poem I've done Any comments welcome.
This is a poem exploring the feelings of a few different people, focusing on the passage through life and seizing the day. And all right, I'll admit it, I wanted to rag on stereotypes a little, I couldn't resist (:
I wrote this poem a few months back, shortly after my grandfather had a stroke. He went from being ok (albeit stubborn and set in his ways) to a helpless old man in a matter of twenty-four hours, and that was enough to put the fear of God in me.…
She reached in the mailbox all the way to the back and pulled out the stacks of envelopes. Her heart raced as she stood there in the cold, shuffling through the names of her home. Finally she spotted it, a little red one with Rebecca sprawled across the front in…
A re-envisioning with new lines and graphics. If this does not bring a tear to your eye, or make you pick up the phone then you are a heartless bar-stool. P.S. in Australia; to play the world's smallest violins in your fingers means... "I am sorry for your plight /…
This is my entry for coolbadgirl's competition. I had to write a sonnet about death. My sonnet does not follow the conventional rhyming scheme. Let's face it there is nothing conventional about me! Hope you enjoy. Susan :)