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chatoyant

chatoyant

A Chapter by freelancejouster


does she see it?miniscule girl,floating like a dream,a whisper, a whim, a wash of whimsy,courage in her heartand laughter on her tongue.brush of gossa..
LOL  - your 40

LOL - your 40

A Poem by Mr. Atoz


Does life begin at 40? hmmm.
I Was A Young Man Once

I Was A Young Man Once

A Poem by Fading Poetic


Written 2011.
The Disposition of a Crone

The Disposition of a Crone

A Poem by Audrey Howitt


Elf Witch originally made for by Danny Hennesy ca 2006 for Danny Hennesy´s great fantasy gameI have a penchant for stately, graceful words,for ..
The sum of Aging

The sum of Aging

A Poem by Photochick


Poem about reaching middle age
The Distant Shore

The Distant Shore

A Poem by Rick Puetter


Still longing for new insights--truths instilled by my father, but not fully understood in my youth
INTERLUDE WITH FIRE

INTERLUDE WITH FIRE

A Poem by Shimmerbliss/CAF


While sitting by the hearth to watch the fire The shadows arch the walls in fingered plumes. A spell is cast while smoky scents conspire To conju..
As I Once Was

As I Once Was

A Poem by BLBrown


A look back at a half century of life.
Age Of Collapse

Age Of Collapse

A Poem by Groshelle


Small poem I wrote in the back binding of one of my books
 Final Rain

Final Rain

A Poem by Sanity


Wrote this awhile ago, when sitting out alone in the park on a rainy day. A poem about ageing and memories past
A Problem with the Car

A Problem with the Car

A Story by terranova


An old man brings his car into the repair shop to get a problem fixed.
Aging

Aging

A Poem by Danielle Nicole


A comic view of aging. Dedicated to a comic friend of mine. Written ages ago, but the message will last for lifetimes. (Added on so it is current).
Growing Up

Growing Up

A Poem by Alma Miller


Written in 2011.
Earned Wrinkles

Earned Wrinkles

A Poem by Jolie Blossom


Sometimes I see an elderly person solo at a restaurant and want to speak to them about what they've endured in their life. Wisdom is key.
cutting board

cutting board

A Poem by Anna Auel


I began this poem with the phrase sliced tuna, a serious grasping at straws" my boyfriend eyes dropping over my shoulder in the seat next to me re..
Empty Wells

Empty Wells

A Chapter by UfoAuthor


Patience honors the ancient wisdom.
For the First Time

For the First Time

A Poem by Sarah Emily


Inspired by an elderly couple at a choir performance.