Poems About: RETIREMENT
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
337.Another Election Rolls Around In the Good Old U.S.A.
Another election year coming around, politicians again are
Practicing their smile
They want our vote they’ll promise us the world will be at our
Command read more »Dave Tanguay
338.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
If one with 'good' credit,
Is still paying on debts.
Why is one without any debts at all, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
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
The day was fine and sunny
And there i was on my balcony
Smoking my favourite ciggy
As i listened to a symphony. read more »Ashish Ram
342.Dream Hoese II (Revised)
Galloping, galloping in the night sky,
a pale dream horse and his dream herd float by.
There's no sound from their hooves,
There's no pound of their hearts, read more »Mary Naylor
343.Nightmare On A Dead End Path To Hell
I don’t have an honest inclination to reflect
On why I am not now or have never been
A part of the whole picture thingamajig
Or why every wildflower under the sun has conceded read more »Ted Sheridan
He transported cattle for farmers to and from the marts in Kanturk, Macroom and Millstreet
A well liked fellow and known far and wide
And up and down the narrow roads of Muskerry and Duhallow
He often journeyed through that scenic countryside. read more »Francis Duggan
He retired from his job on his sixty fifth birthday
But he did not enjoy the work free life
And he died just nine months into his retirement
To be mourned by his family and his wife. read more »Francis Duggan
With all of their 'knowledge'
And quick access to 'facts'.
Very few express wisdom.
With a common sense attached. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
347.On The Execution Of Timothy McVeigh
He will be long remembered due to his heinous crime
For such barbaric acts of cowardliness don't fade away in time
Because of him one hundred and sixty eight had died and he left many with horrific injuries
And memories of him will live on like all bad memories. read more »Francis Duggan
348.Stand Aside John Howard
Stand aside John Howard and leave some one else take over you've had your go and you've failed to impress
For seven years you've been Prime Minister of Australia and without you there would be more happiness
The Country would be better off without you and you've clung to power in such a sneaky way
History will treat you less kind than did the Aussie voters read more »Francis Duggan