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  • 349.

    (A True Story Series)

    I had a prisoner for medical screening
    Before transporting him to jail.
    He was shackled to a gurney
    And was handcuffed to it as well.

    A man who was high on PCP
    Came rushing into the E.R. screaming
    “I’m killing this doctor and his nurse, ”
    The 45 trigger started squeezing.

    The E.R. itself was crowded
    Patients shouting as they saw the gun.
    No escape for those still standing,
    No room for a soul to run.

    I flew over one metal gurney,
    Put an arm bar lock around his neck.
    I ruined my back for the rest of my life
    When the two of us hit the deck.

    Now in prison for the rest of his life,
    But someone else was sentenced too.
    My injuries led to light duty,
    Later heart attacks were a few.

    I was forced into retirement,
    And the adrenaline I once knew,
    Was one hundred percent stolen.
    Now I document these truths for you! read more »

  • 350.
    On My Golden Years

    And why wouldn't I be the hermit of the neighborhood?
    I would have, by then, seen infinitely more than I should
    Of a cruelty that might just have it out for me. read more »

  • 351.
    Advice for a Lost Poet

    There's a poem in here.
    Stuck under the seat of your grand power-phobia,
    where you fall under your own sword with mediocre aspirations,
    the pizza parlor poet-poseur, the all-hesitant romantic, read more »

  • 352.

    When the going is smooth,
    When success is the standard
    When compliments flow from all angles
    And the group is swimming in brilliance read more »

  • 353.
    A Private Matter.

    This may be a Prıvate matter:
    But no Generals died today.
    Many of their aides, read more »

  • 354.

    On the way to flyball we passed an incomplete building, the attached poster advertised a forthcoming retirement home, opposite a graveyard.

    2. read more »

  • 355.

    Life is an ocean of sorrow
    Happiness, something you can’t borrow
    As a child I couldn’t wait to become an adult
    Years passed and I did, as a result read more »

  • 356.
    True Action!

    We are laborer,
    Absolutely Pure laborer!
    Then why, suffering, complaining,
    On own stresses, about unnecessary sweats and toiling! read more »

  • 357.

    Is anyone there?
    This place is bizarrely familiar
    I think I have been here before read more »

  • 358.

    LIFE oh LIFE

    Wishing men would be able to unfold the miseries in YOU
    Before their time passed-by
    But yet, they complained 'There is no time', 'Life is not FAIR' read more »

  • 359.
    I See An Open Doorway

    When you ask me 'what line of work are you in now',
    and i reply that i don't actually receive a wage,
    I wish i could explain but i don't know how,
    but I know I'm too young for retirement at my age. read more »

  • 360.
    Annual Review

    In effect, the same as
    smacking-the-tar out
    of your dog a year later
    for having pooped on read more »

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  2. Position to hold, hasmukh amathalal
  3. A Chat By Brothers, Vinz Poetry
  4. The Spoils Of Retirement, david kush
  5. Retirement, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  6. Jobless Asses And Horses, Bijay Kant Dubey
  7. Retirement, Toshie Nohara
  8. Works And Pensions, Dave Alan Walker
  9. Re-Renting Time, Jim Yerman
  10. My Ramshackle, GEORGE AMADI
  11. Family Ties, Tosin Abegunde
  12. 'Peace and Love' Tanka for Neil Young, Chenou Liu
  13. Nothing, Aparna Chatterjee
  14. Retirement, Chris Poythress
  15. SUPERANNUATION, vidyut chakraborty
  16. Age - a number to cumber, Noor Othman
  17. Time Rages At The Quiet Of My Soul, Shalom Freedman
  18. Silk-Washing Temple, Yu Xuanji
  19. The Ages of The Sea, Robert Rorabeck
  20. Retirement., Syed Anwar Yarkhan Jilani
  21. The Retiree's Lament, Mike Green
  22. And You Can Have It All, Danny Draper
  23. ! Old Happy Face!, Marvin Brato Sr
  24. Single Blessedness (Acrostic), Marvin Brato Sr
  25. Mine, Madman Poet
  26. Day and Age, Kaio Clark
  27. Happy Old Face, Marvin Brato Sr
  28. Retirement, Allen Brodell
  29. Poetic Tribute, Marvin Brato Sr
  30. Acrostic, Marvin Brato Sr
  31. Growin' Old, Carolyn Brunelle
  32. Stories Made Up, Margaret Alice Second
  33. Forty Plus Years, Eric Cockrell
  34. Retirement, Rose Angel H
  35. A Wife and Her Benefits, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  36. Calling Minds, Naveed Akram
  37. Retirement Blues, Joy Thacker
  38. Don’t exit your grave., Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  39. 051011D Try Harder, Manonton Dalan
  40. 042811A antly life, Manonton Dalan
  41. 042111G behind traffic, Manonton Dalan
  43. WORKING FOR THE LORD, david kush
  44. Thank You Ma'am Leah, Bonnevie Barcelita Galindo
  45. 050710C worrisome economy-bail me out, Manonton Dalan
  46. old couple, RIC S. BASTASA
  47. 041010b when routine change, Manonton Dalan
  48. The Sting of Conscience, Mahmoodul Haque Sayed
  49. Signs Of Spring, Merle Steinmann
  50. We loved them now not, DICKSON MSETI
  51. Retiring for Final Writings, Frank V. Gardner
  52. General Fonseka’s entry into politics: I.., nimal dunuhinga
  53. Fursat, Always Aparna
  54. Eastbrook, Gill Moore
  55. vulnerability, Boghos Artinian
  56. Off Piste, Matthew Coombe
  57. Hilda's retirement., Ruth Street
  58. Investment brokers, Jim Norausky
  59. Be Garfield For More Than A Day, LaTisha Parkinson
  60. fade away, gershon hepner
  61. 'Pre-Retired', Linda Winchell
  62. Retirement, Amelia Evelyn White
  63. Retirement dreams, john tiong chunghoo
  64. .5. Pension in a State, David Threadgold www.david ..
  65. DIC, Herbert Nehrlich
  66. Dream, Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
  67. At Last, Carolyn Brunelle
  68. guilty, faith toney
  69. California Public Employees Pension, O Anna Niemus
  70. . Things They Never Told Me, Mary Havran
  71. The last of the sunny-sides-up, mark nwagwu
  72. *Retirement Plans, Ted Sheridan
  73. Retirement, mark nwagwu
  74. TAKE HIS ADVICE, Aldo Kraas
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