Poems About: RETIREMENT
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Original free verse - autumn-8 paces
(First) read more »Albert Wong
326.A whole new ball game.
The time had come for me to go and leave the world of work behind
I was not sure, did not know how I would occupy my mind
To fill the long hours of the day. I knew some things I’d like to try.
But work had left small time for play and now there s was no reason why. read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
327.! 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
328.The Promised Land
When I was young, my playmates told me that bunch of toys and playing war games and the blue beach with its white fine sand is the promised land. Such did not last long to believe and find it out for myself it wasn't such.
When I was in my teens, my peers told me that drugs, adventurism and
protests marches and demonstrations are guarantees of a promised land. Experience and traumas taught me much that such things were fake. read more »Don Allan Dinio
329.The Creation of John McCornack
By the shores of Okie-homee,
By the dusty, sunburnt trailway,
Stood the wigwam of McCornack,
(Man-child of the corn-McCornack) . read more »John McCornack
330.A Little Beyond the Eleven Thousandth, Two Hundred and Twenty Eighth Charred Bridge...
I can't believe
you didn't come
to see me read more »W.B. Keckler
and then there was
so ordered the Lord. read more »samyak jain
332.Outside snow dazzled the air
each joyous dream bit twirling out from infinity
as I sat in Meng’s with the crew
watching the soothing streets without desire.
Suddenly I heard the exuberant sound of a kazoo read more »Charles Chaim Wax
333.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
334.Beloved, I Wait
Today a candle is lit
For a resolution read more »Nancy Vorkink
335.Pigeons Aren't the Only Obstructionist
The whiskers on my face
are spreading vicious
rumors after five
'bout the obvious ejection read more »Ted Sheridan
336.tommy steele and parkgate
Parkgate, on the Wirral, I remember well, one could see read more »jan oskar hansen