the Old Age

I knew clearly where things were before
being older now, I'm not sure
what caused things to become so
I really do not know
folks say it's a stage
it's the last page
It is called
the old
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Posted: Feb 23
About this poem:
A nonet is a nine-line poem. In the nonet form, each line contains specific, descending syllable counts. The first line contains nine syllables, the second line contains eight, and the third line contains seven, and so on. The last line of nonet poetry contains one syllable.

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southmiami4321online today!
Very nice nonet Socrates, always inspiring and challenging us with your poetry.SMwave
loved it but shamefully cannot try it, scold the nonet not the old age laugh
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