Poems About: RETIREMENT
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
229.Busy Old Fool
Standing at a corner unseen to us,
with his dreadful club
what a busy creature he is.
Always watching our every steps read more »Elijah Ifetayo
230.Style Is Skin Deep
Whence you are newly married
great attention is paid to dressing habits.
Negligible things, such as make-up, usually
eat up much of your valuable time read more »santhana louis
231.Old Age, Go Away
When are we consider old?
when the years past so quickly
being a kid with no worries
to a teen with rebel ways, to parents dismay read more »Michael Peterson
232.Out of Date Procedure!
Creativity and inventiveness look rare virtues;
In the name of procedure they are crushed
And novelty and innovation seem seldom ever! read more »Ramesh T A
233.Detailed To Perfection
Overwhelmed, underpaid and married,
To someone who perceives...
Going through the ceremony was enough.
And the performance of being a full-time spouse, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
234.To Grow Old With You
To grow old with you,
My divine wish.
To be with you when alzheimer and athritis set in.
To hold your hand when retirement comes and our bundles of joy have long left the nest. read more »Tafadzwa Jacha
235.I Appreciate Your Keeping Of Such Distance
If I am not mistaken,
Wasn't it you who stated to me...
Skills I had were being wasted?
And I should concentrate with a more emphasis, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
236.Money And You
You look fresh with deep pocket,
Beware of the scams that suck you monthly.
You look old with good retirement benefits,
Beware of the scam that will drain you empty. read more »veeraiyah subbulakshmi
237.XI: To Miss Adelaide Kemble,
If Time has doom'd the triumphs of thy race
With loss of thee-the youngest and th ... read more »Thomas Noon Talfourd
238.XXXIX. Religion consists in right sentiments of God
Frame to yourself some forms, some rules whereby
To guide your life, on which to keep your eye,
Which whether to yourself you live recluse, read more »Ellis Walker
Cant see with both the eyes, they are dim, he said.
One cant do cataract with both eyes simultaneously,
And for one eye, they charge five thousand rupees. read more »Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
240.Not A Life Worth Saving (REVISED)
Colleagues industriously typing away, I’m fighting
against an attack of somnambulism, fell over and
crashed – threw some objects down to cover my
faux pas, I would enjoy it if only a fairy tale were in read more »Margaret Alice Second