Poems About: RETIREMENT
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
I resigned from gambling before it turned to an addiction
Because I knew that I could get hooked on it fast
I gamble $ 100.00 in the slot machines
Before each night read more »Aldo Kraas
The retarded Freedom fighter who realized one day
his bird in the cage should get her retirement soon.
He regrets that her confinement is not fair at all.
A starry night he opened the cage door to let her fly read more »nimal dunuhinga
231.Ms. Quoting a Diddly
Miss Quoting rode a pony,
that was too small read more »PATRICIA DOBROSIPEARSON
232.Stronger, Faster, Younger
Stronger, Faster, Younger.
In my prime of life.
No use for strife.
More need for a wife. read more »Gulliver Gimble
233.The old Sun
I am sure this is not a dream
He talked to me seriously.
' Don't publish or let God knows about this,
I want to retire soon as I am really fed up read more »nimal dunuhinga
A solitary piece of yogget
stuck to his shoes and that,
in itself, together with its odour,
it laid the groundwork to read more »Herbert Nehrlich
235.SONNET: Start Early For Soul-care
You brush your teeth each day to stay healthy;
The frequency and brushing art matter;
You spend wisely and save to stay wealthy;
Health is more important than the latter. read more »Dr John Celes
236.Sonnet: God Is Our Hope and Succor
No one’s indispensable in this world;
Someone will surely take our place someday!
Retirement comes for good when we are old;
Let sober thoughts not come in our faith’s way. read more »Dr John Celes
After months of tedious
Boring, heavy, tiresome
Atrocious, appalling, nude
Light, offensive and etc. work read more »Ayi Escalona
238.The Ex Government Minister.
He lives on his fat retirement pension and he's doing quite okay
And with his wealthy buddies on the golf course every day
He practices his putting and his driving and the good life he enjoy
And of thirst and malnutrition this man will never die. read more »Francis Duggan
Propositioned passions torment me
Conversation dulls me to inner wit
Why do I listen to thee in solitude?
Hope laid waste like winter solstice read more »Robert Sheridan
240.Tripping the Light
Light the incredible night
Long amazing trip it will be
Self-pleasure’s an irony –
Two hearts beating as one read more »Robert Sheridan