saddest poems featuring Aging

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briarmoon
briarmoon Gifted Writer New England LGBTQ+ poet.

Revolution

I hold my breath so I can breathe And take a pause for myself and inner breath.

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normancrane
normancrane Gifted Writer Instagram: thenormancrane

My Neighbor Totoro

A poem about childhood inspired by Hayao Miyazaki's film, My Neighbor Totoro.

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shii_nomine
shii_nomine Community member

Wrinkles of Time

We had found places that were not home.

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normancrane
normancrane Gifted Writer Instagram: thenormancrane

Timescythe

Time passes, and we remember how it passed.

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brynkennell
brynkennell Even in darkness u still make an impact

Flower Once Loved

With her outer beauty gone, no one loves this flower anymore. She is left to die, all because she wilted.

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bustervalentine
bustervalentine Community member

Only Time

Your voice is my symphony

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kathrynjeanelis
kathrynjeanelis Poetry keeps me sane.

Twenty-Nine; a haiku

A haiku

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adlee
adlee To Rhyme is no Crime

Keepsakes: A Haiku

Haiku on memories

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lizchristensen
lizchristensen Bronze Comma To dance with teasing, haunting words.

Cut Flowers By Liz Christensen

Cut Flowers and aging and death

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