Poems About: RETIREMENT
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
109.Written In Zimmermanns Solitude.
HAIL, melancholy sage! whose thoughtful eye,
Shrunk from the mere spectator's careless gaze,
And, in retirement sought the social smile, read more »Matilda Betham
110.We Live In An Ageist Society
We live in an ageist society where ageing people are treated as second class
Where the ageing man and ageing woman are seen as inferior to the young man and the young lass
And the older you get life gets harder the future belong to the young
And so many on retirement pensions are lonely, forgotten and unsung. read more »Francis Duggan
111.'My Retirement Years' (For everyone over 62!)
Has anyone else noticed
the new working standards and means?
for those of retirement years, is this what it seems?
That if your able bodied to still work read more »Linda Winchell
112.I've got my life back, Or have I? ?
Sat deep in chair, in reverie,
Surrounded by daytime T.V.
At last, I feel that I am free,
From all the Boardroom rivalry. read more »Owain Glyn
Retire man, so what!
’Tis just a natural thing
That many tend to do. read more »Dr John Celes
114.MARVELED BRAINS -
Thank wholiness, for whom probably feel that physical rest should only be for the elderly. Arriving at the biblical 'Sabbath' of life,
to that of where human mortals prematurely expire in Peace? read more »Louie Levy
115.Save, secure, savour!
Lets see in today’s world,
all worried about a good financial formula.
Felt like running against time,
thinking of saving huge amount prior to retirement! read more »warner keisham
116.ODYSSEY OF AN OLD MAN
The old man shuffled along the sidewalk on worn-out shoes.
Shoes once so shiny, that you could see your face in them.
Long ago the original owner had tossed them in a dumpster,
where the old man found them. read more »Ray Lucero
117.Tribute to a Fine Bureaucrat on His Retirement
The years you served in IAS were great!
An exemplary man, you surely were;
Your neat attire, courteousness superb
Displayed a person wise and experienced! read more »Dr John Celes
118.I Am Not a Poet
I am not a poet.
I have not been to university:
no old lecturers have singled me out
for special things to come, read more »Stug Jordan
For forty five years I've been working and I'm just an unfettered slave
And I have gray hairs to show for it I am quoting Kiwi Dave
Five years to go to retirement I was sixty last birthday
And ever since I've started working it's been uphill all the way. read more »Francis Duggan
120.A Magic Moment I Remember
A magic moment I remember:
I raised my eyes and you were there,
A fleeting vision, the quintessence read more »Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin