Poems About: RETIREMENT
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
229.XI: To Miss Adelaide Kemble,
If Time has doom'd the triumphs of thy race
With loss of thee-the youngest and th ... read more »Thomas Noon Talfourd
230.XXXIX. Religion consists in right sentiments of God
Frame to yourself some forms, some rules whereby
To guide your life, on which to keep your eye,
Which whether to yourself you live recluse, read more »Ellis Walker
Cant see with both the eyes, they are dim, he said.
One cant do cataract with both eyes simultaneously,
And for one eye, they charge five thousand rupees. read more »Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
I'm chasing that elusive dream where I can retire,
Thinking that with it comes some well deserved rest,
With some peace & quiet & a good book... is what I desire,
But instead life & family demands more of me....much like a test; read more »Jean Dament
233.Half Heaven Half Hell
The whole universe has two main divisions
One of horrible hells, one of lovely heavens.
Eyes are to watch scenes of two categories
One of Venus' face, one of frown of Furies. read more »Prof Niamat Ali Murtazai
234.A Night In A Coastal Village
The lights on, the church bells rung
The namaz over and evening prayers sung.
The day was over, the market bustled for a while
The kites and baloons took the kids for an exile. read more »abinaya saravanan
Her family raised and gone,
she, too, has moved on
beyond the life of her youth;
its yoke of responsibility cast off. read more »Carolyn Brunelle
236.Corporate plastics.Is it real?
High heel severity…
neck tie suffocation …. read more »Martin Lochner
237.My Question to Alan Greenspan and Ben Bernanke
When banks went bankrupt, to bail them out
The government gave them a cushy handout
When the rest of economy went to recession read more »Slava Olchevski
238.NOW IS A GOOD TIME
Now is a time to say to someone I love you
When you see him or she
Now is a good time to celebrate who you were born to be
Now is the good time to say forgiveness to someone that you hurt in the past and move on with your life read more »Aldo Kraas
239.A Private Matter.
This may be a Prıvate matter:
But no Generals died today.
Many of their aides, read more »ronald stroman
On the way to flyball we passed an incomplete building, the attached poster advertised a forthcoming retirement home, opposite a graveyard.
2. read more »Amelia C