GDPR Cookie Consent by FreePrivacyPolicy

Age Poems

12
A Californian Irish blessing
by Michelle Smith

May your carpool lane be evenly paved.

May the wind not mess up your way cool hairdo.

May age-defying sunscreen block UV rays from your face, :D

the



Continue reading...
Burden
by Shawna-Lee Lawrence

Why are you so heavy?

I carry you everywhere I go

I can't understand why you can't be alone

My feet buckle

And my clothes drenched with sweat

You are



Continue reading...
You Never Broke Me
by Caroline Coyle

YOU NEVER BROKE ME????

My mind can be a dark place to contend with each day. While raising my beautiful children I locked these thoughts away.

 I



Continue reading...
Twist, twist
by mohamad safan

The heart is twisted 

Like a dancer did 

When one heard 

A melody 


Telling something important 

Showing the heart interesting 

In hearing a talent 

Story 


A bout deathless love 

Giving and sacrifice 

As



Continue reading...
the love in meaning
by mohamad safan

There are some boys who talk in games
After they get hard they say
One must remember about his love without blame
First say I



Continue reading...
what a beauty
by mohamad safan

Did you see her?

Did you admire her?

 

Did think that she notice you?

Did you believe that she love true?

 

If that happened, you'd



Continue reading...
let me live
by mohamad safan

Let me live at your eyes

One says

You must be a sailor as swimmer or fly

You must have a way to be



Continue reading...
a bad dream
by mohamad safan

A bad dream
There was a dreamer boy who dreams a lot and does nothing. He plays also when the boy had a pre examine,<>



Continue reading...
Sweet Architect
by Emmanuel Adedayo Ojelade

Sweet architect!
I hope you are listening to the clamors in my head
I hope you see the pain I feel in my chest
I



Continue reading...
Vlad the Impaler
by Alex Cridland

Death, fear and insanity his occupation 

Rage, pain and dispare his tools of persuasion 

Amazed with the body and how it breaks

Countless bodies lost to the stake

Ubiquitous



Continue reading...
The inner force 1
by mohamad safan

The inner force
1- Believe
He couldn't believe that
He could imagine in fact
That can be the weakest
Convert to be the strongest
The



Continue reading...
Downhill
by Waveney Lander-Walters

Another Version

Hartley Forde

You can’t see the wind,
But that old mango tree,
Outside my window,
tell me it’s there..
.
I



Continue reading...
THE STORY IN MY HEAD
by Emmanuel Adedayo Ojelade

THE STORY IN MY HEAD
(Sounds Of Silence)

Would I have had it any better in life?
Why would it be me?
Why would he hurt



Continue reading...
"Under the Pale Moonlight"
by Andrew Wray

UNDER THE PALE MOONLIGHT

A once bright lit sun, now the dawn of moonlight pierced the sky like rays through a broken window…I sat here on



Continue reading...
She was abused
by Alishah Ali

I see her as a beautiful butterfly spreading colors wherever she flies

Those sparkling eyes of her can light up the darken sky

Giving us all tears,



Continue reading...
The Existence of a Superhero
by Victor Isaiah

In the vast sphere realm, Made of soils and Waters of the earth. Anticipated I the wayfare of no mayhem, While I traverse on the sea's heart. Embark I


Continue reading...
THE STING OF DEATH
by Tosanmi Gbenebitse-daniel

THE STING OF DEATH

Death why provoke us to tears?

There are lot of unfinished works

But still you pierce

What are these you have wrought?

 

Your unannounced visits can’t



Continue reading...
LUSTFUL YOUTH
by Tosanmi Gbenebitse-daniel

               LUSTFUL YOUTH

The world is filled with vanities

The lust of the eyes and flesh in entirety

Behold how the great and mighty has fallen

Because of beautiful



Continue reading...
Time Before
by Brian Sluga

Rocks, water and strong wind

 

it was like time before 

 

a time when life was secluded and untouched 

 

as if man never existed 

 

pristine grass covered hills

 

no litter, no



Continue reading...
Transitioning
by Rebekah O Reilly

The friendships I’d made,

The ones I’ve forgotten,

Feelings of freedom

and ones that turned rotten.

 

Days spent zipping,

and slipping,

and plunging in puddles.

 

The laughter, and after,

God only know s the



Continue reading...
A Crying Call.
by Rebekah O Reilly

If it’s money that’s you splunder,

then you really make me wonder,

Is it friends we are at all?

Or am I just a crying call

for a memory to



Continue reading...
Swallow's Solitude
by P. S. Remesh Chandran

 

The hillocks where the village folk

Assembled for a fun-

There then at length dissected all

Subjects under the sun.

 

The roadside shop, where middle age



Continue reading...
WHAT I SEE IN THE MIRROR
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

Who is that elderly lady in the mirror

I don’t recognize her one bit

She doesn’t remotely resemble me

My mother or even some older version of me

 

She



Continue reading...
HOW COULD I NOT REMEMBER
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

 

I remember you holding me in your arms

SCATTERED FALL THOUGHTS
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

early supper

grillcheese and tomato soup

judo class tonight

 

 

night sky

aurora borealis

mom makes sandwiches

 

 

majestoic white pines

showing their age

chipmunks chatter

 

 

autumn chill

leaves changing colours

adding leek to soup

 

 

rainboots

mud tracks in the



Continue reading...
12


Hire a Writer