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.U Turns of Life
I have become an aggregator
A few years ago, but after retirement.Started
As I recall when I went from home in Bandra,
To south Mumbai, I would try to think of read more »Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
111.Second of January 2006
Drove into Moruya the pre-beach
near coastal town, place
of my parents' retirement for fifteen years.
Their rented cottage re-occupied, read more »Danny Draper
112.The Last minute tax planner
He itemized his medical bills,
Maxed retirement deductions.
He's given cash to charities
and Democratic functions. read more »John F. McCullagh
There are days I am expecting a bonus
There are days I pray for a pink slip
At times wishing for retirement but even so
I’d like to go somewhere tomorrow read more »Kay Barcelon
I smash the liquor bottles against
The retirement homes,
Narcoleptic behind the regal palms; read more »Robert Rorabeck
115.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
116.'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
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
Retire man, so what!
’Tis just a natural thing
That many tend to do. read more »Dr John Celes
119.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
Spent great days with colleagues,
one more session of life is passed.
After a long journey, together;
company of co-passengers is lost. read more »S.D. TIWARI