Love poems about growing old together
Quote by Robert Browning: “Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be, ...”
Poems about Aging
You might carry the accumulation of years in your body and on your face, but you can stay young at heart and not let the years weigh on your spirit. Take these quotes about growing old. So many things are more important than your age. For instance… sights seen, wisdom gained, friendships made, the love of a growing family tree, this chance to be alive like you are. Perhaps we become aware of our age only at exceptional moments and most of the time we are ageless.
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Rare is the poet who lives to old age but does not write about it. Most view aging as a loss--of vigor, health, and love. Some poets yearn for their youth or pity their shriveling bodies. When you are old and gray and full of sleep, And nodding by the fire, take down this book, And slowly read, and dream of the soft look Your eyes had once, and of their shadows deep;. It is to spend long days And not once feel that we were ever young. It is to add, immured In the hot prison of the present, month To month with weary pain. Billy Collins suggests the losses of old age through one of its seemingly benign symptoms--forgetfulness:.
I still remember the first time we met, I froze and stood so still! So afraid that you would turn and go. Then you smiled and said hello.
A Wedding Anniversary Poem I thank God for giving you to me Two hearts entwine sealed in a golden cage Loving, as we have never loved before Sharing our good times and bad times Enduring trials, enjoying one another Singing songs that bind us together And praising God, for there is no other We are committed to love forever For better or for worse For richer or poorer We don't have treasures to keep We only have each other to give As we continue to surrender our lives to the Almighty Praying that we will grow old together Even in another time, in another place I want you to know that I LOVE YOU I want nobody to care for but you Until the end of our journey here on earth Holding each others hands in Heaven. It's really a truly inspiring poem and prayer specially fitted for sweet and great lovers. Report Reply. You toss love and devotion over your words like confetti in this beautiful anniversary poem. And when you are fortunate enough to find your soul-mate, the happiness you exude is indeed infectious! Happy Anniversary to you both.
William Shakespeare, Sonnet This thou perceivest, which makes thy love more strong, To love that well which thou must leave ere long. Summary: This is the third of four consecutive sonnets about ageing. It is a firm favorite among anthologists and sonnet fans. The gist of this poem can be summed up by Don Paterson in Reading Shakespeare's Sonnets: "The more decrepit I look, the more you'll love me, as this reminds you that I'll be gone before you are. Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Youth and Age.