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In this page, poems on / about “retirement” are listed.

  • 13.
    Hunter bees

    Persons tend to become arrogant and turn atheist when attain so much wealth and fame. It is natural phenomena and comes with the sudden attainment of unseen wealth. The supreme lord has also kept one stick to correct such people. In normal times when tide is in his favor then everything will go well unexpectedly. Even if you do a wrong thing then also things might turn right for you.

    I was allotted with Government waste land on retirement form the armed forces. I had to make lots of efforts to make it cultivable. I employed lots of labourers for the purpose. I use to go daily on site and supervise the work done by them. One day when workers were on the job then suddenly one hunter bee came and sudden struck on my face and made big humming noise. Since workers were from village and knew the behaviors of bees, they suddenly shouted all the people at work to lie down on the ground to escape their attack. I was just back from military service and took affront to such move. Meanwhile hunter bees attacked me with big force and started biting me on the face and all parts of the body. read more »

  • 14.
    The Deserted Village

    Sweet Auburn! loveliest village of the plain,
    Where health and plenty cheered the labouring swain,
    Where smiling spring its earliest visits paid,
    And parting summer's lingering blooms delayed: read more »

  • 15.
    Reflections On Having Left A Place Of Retirement

    Low was our pretty Cot : our tallest Rose
    Peep'd at the chamber-window. We could hear
    At silent noon, and eve, and early morn,
    The Sea's faint murmur. In the open air read more »

  • 16.
    Paradise Regained: The Fourth Book

    Perplexed and troubled at his bad success
    The Tempter stood, nor had what to reply,
    Discovered in his fraud, thrown from his hope
    So oft, and the persuasive rhetoric read more »

  • 17.
    Metamorphoses: Book The Thirteenth

    THE chiefs were set; the soldiers crown'd the
    To these the master of the seven-fold shield
    Upstarted fierce: and kindled with disdain. read more »

  • 18.
    The End

    The end of anything comes rather easy,
    Time is not like a clock, time is freaky. read more »

  • 19.
    The Temple of Fame

    In that soft season, when descending show'rs
    Call forth the greens, and wake the rising flow'rs;
    When op'ning buds salute the welcome day, read more »

  • 20.
    On the Way

    (PHILADELPHIA, 1794)

    NOTE.—The following imaginary dialogue between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, which is not based upon any specific incident in American history, may be supposed to have occurred a few months previous to Hamilton’s retirement from Washington’s Cabinet in 1795 and a few years before the political ingenuities of Burr—who has been characterized, without much exaggeration, as the inventor of American politics—began to be conspicuously formidable to the Federalists. These activities on the part of Burr resulted, as the reader will remember, in the Burr-Jefferson tie for the Presidency in 1800, and finally in the Burr-Hamilton duel at Weehawken in 1804. read more »

  • 21.
    # In a Reflective Mood

    Life has no gurantees...
    Mind has no boundaries...

    Love has no expiry date.... read more »

  • 22.
    The Four Seasons : Summer

    From brightening fields of ether fair disclosed,
    Child of the Sun, refulgent Summer comes,
    In pride of youth, and felt through Nature's depth: read more »

  • 23.
    (011) APJ Abdul Kalam, what a wonderful man!


    (This is not a poem, but a thought process) read more »

  • 24.
    $$$$ My Good Sister $$$$

    Greatness of a person is not measured by riches
    Real importance lies in what the heart truly wishes
    Accomplishing big things without love is useless
    Continuous blessings when wasted become pointless read more »

New Retirement Poems

  1. The passage of time, Gregory Crago
  2. Tire you out, hasmukh amathalal
  3. The Washerman's Ass Find I Not, Bijay Kant Dubey
  4. Recession to Poverty, Roger Bussey
  5. Stress = God Is In Control, Tom Zart
  6. Retirement, ramesh rai
  7. Position to hold, hasmukh amathalal
  8. 2 Divorcees Fighting For NOTHING, Mr. Nobody
  9. Four quarters, gajanan mishra
  10. Foremost among the Finest!, Stanley Collymore
  11. A Chat By Brothers, Onyekachukwu Vincent Onyeche
  12. Postwoman., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  13. The Final Morbidity of the Interior Embe.., Henry Splawn Taylor
  14. Pond in Winter, Frank Avon
  15. LIVE YOUR LIFE, Ken e Hall
  16. So What Next, Michael Mullings
  17. Retirement, Ruth Walters
  18. Shroud Unfolding, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  19. The Spoils Of Retirement, david kush
  20. Retirement, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  21. Energetic retirement, Eric Bult
  22. Jobless Asses And Horses, Bijay Kant Dubey
  23. Golden Estates, Melissa K Vigna
  24. Retirement, Toshie Nohara
  25. Easter 2014, Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran
  26. Sonnet for the utility of man, Danny Draper
  27. Misfits In Liverpool, oskar hansen
  28. Works And Pensions, Dave Alan Walker
  29. With No Resentment, hasmukh amathalal
  30. The AAP Activists Are Coming, Bijay Kant Dubey
  31. The Road To...., Lauren B Called
  32. Spanish Nightmares, Douglas McClarty
  33. Look at back, hasmukh amathalal
  34. Florida Florida Florida, sherif monem
  35. Re-Renting Time, Jim Yerman
  36. My Therapist, chas garcia
  37. The Flower, Vipin Madathil
  38. Dead Horse Corner, Patrick Dennis
  39. Retirement, hasmukh amathalal
  40. No Poems, hasmukh amathalal
  41. Mission Superannuation, S.D. TIWARI
  42. His Waiting Lounge, Padmanabhan Ananth
  43. Retirement is just Natural, Dr John Celes
  44. One Generation Sacrificed, Jonathan ROBIN
  45. Retirement, Kevin Seales
  46. Poetry of The Light Divine, How To Write.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  47. My Ramshackle, GEORGE AMADI
  48. Monarchial Redeployment, Tosin Abegunde
  49. Charity and Business., Hardik Vaidya
  50. Golden Age, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  51. Family Ties, Tosin Abegunde
  52. My Good Sister (Acrostic), Marvin Brato Sr
  53. 'Peace and Love' Tanka for Neil Young, Chenou Liu
  54. Windsor Knot, Donal Mahoney
  55. Why Poetry?, Eric Bult
  56. Nothing, Aparna Chatterjee
  57. Grandma Pit Bull, Kevin Rottweiler
  58. And Now, Les Littleford
  59. Civil unrest., Maria Shaw
  60. No retirement, gajanan mishra
  61. Work, Prince Lartey
  62. Grandfather's Clock, Ethan Biswurm
  63. Prepare yourself, gajanan mishra
  64. I'd Prefer to Live With Dogs, Madhav Sarkunde
  65. Vision with sight, hasmukh amathalal
  66. Once The Old Were Those Who Had Little T.., Shalom Freedman
  67. Time To Throw Down The Shovel, Steven Harris
  68. Where is God?, James Hart
  69. Complete stand, hasmukh amathalal
  70. The half doused camp fire.., veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  71. Sir, Should I send a memo? Today is Fath.., veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  72. Retirement, Chris Poythress
  73. Not so balanced, Priyadarsini G Menon
  74. Fate Being Bargained, Kevin Lee
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