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Poems About: RETIREMENT

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

  • 325.
    ! a thousand poems

    yeah yeah, nothing for you to boast about –
    ‘100 good ones would be quite enough…
    no, make that 20 – who’s got time for more,
    even if they were masterpieces…’ read more »

    Michael Shepherd
  • 326.
    Leaving And Glad

    You've been here many years.
    You've seen and made many shed tears.
    But with patience and pray we've muddle through.
    Now we can all just say so long, and goodbye to you. read more »

    Lois M. Crockett
  • 327.
    My Hero, My Dad

    There was a time you held my hand
    as a child too young to understand.
    You repaired broken toys and shined everyone's shoes.
    Regaled WWII stories at least a thousand times or two. read more »

    Susan A. Birowski
  • 328.
    ! Leaf

    It was one of so many; an army
    of greenness; anonymous footsoldier
    in the cause of nature’s greater good.
    It was tree. read more »

    Michael Shepherd
  • 329.
    Verbatim

    With all of their 'knowledge'
    And quick access to 'facts'.
    Very few express wisdom.
    With a common sense attached. read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 330.
    ! Old Age Remembered

    I never thought it would happen to me…
    so, I wouldn’t have been reading this poem…

    but now it seems it has. And now read more »

    Michael Shepherd
  • 331.
    Fantasies of Accomplishment

    Does a normalcy achieved with good credit,
    Remain so when lifestyles crumble...
    And taxes are still due on what is 'owned'?
    When a quality of life as shown today, read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 332.
    Explain

    Explain...
    If one with 'good' credit,
    Is still paying on debts.
    Why is one without any debts at all, read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 333.
    Sachin Tendulkar

    and then there was
    Sachin Tendulkar,
    so ordered the Lord. read more »

    samyak jain
  • 334.
    My Younger Days/ Part II

    Indeed time is a factor.
    Years, Months, Weeks, Days, Hours and Seconds.
    Before our eyes we learn about life.
    A boat with no ocean is still a boat. read more »

    Gulliver Gimble
  • 335.
    A Lonely Cave Cowlasaurus.

    My cowlasaurus just ain't givin' up the ole'milk-juice these days...
    She's fatter n' usual. I milk and i milk er' till she's dry.This thirsty slump makes me cry.
    My name's Kevin Caveman.From thirst i wish not to die.
    I'll get into my catch mobile...You see that's my time machine you see. read more »

    Michael Gale
  • 336.
    Beloved, I Wait

    Today a candle is lit
    For a resolution read more »

    Nancy Vorkink
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