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In this page, poems on / about “retirement” are listed.

  • 301.
    Memoirs of another time

    I scribbled the details
    on every page
    recalling the things we had done
    what was said read more »

    Charles M. Moore
  • 302.
    Sixty - Two

    At Sixty – Two I look towards my Future,
    At Sixty – Two I look back on my Past,
    Good advice was given, but I did not take it,
    And now with regrets, downwards I am cast. read more »

    Jonathan Goldman a.k.a JGthepoet
  • 303.
    The old Sun

    I am sure this is not a dream
    He talked to me seriously.
    ' Don't publish or let God knows about this,
    I want to retire soon as I am really fed up read more »

    nimal dunuhinga
  • 304.
    Stateless Bird

    The retarded Freedom fighter who realized one day
    his bird in the cage should get her retirement soon.
    He regrets that her confinement is not fair at all.
    A starry night he opened the cage door to let her fly read more »

    nimal dunuhinga
  • 305.
    Ms. Quoting a Diddly

    Miss Quoting rode a pony,
    that was too small read more »

  • 306.
    To James Norton Esq.

    Think you I have not skill to gather gold,
    If I could love it as some others do?
    Or that I lack the spirit of a bold
    And resolute man in any cause that’s true, read more »

    Charles Harpur
  • 307.

    A solitary piece of yogget
    stuck to his shoes and that,
    in itself, together with its odour,
    it laid the groundwork to read more »

    Herbert Nehrlich
  • 308.
    The Best Of The Years

    My childhood was a great delight,
    In fact, it was pure dynamite.
    My teenage years were filled with joy,
    There were the girls - I was a boy. read more »

    Charles J Sexton
  • 309.
    SONNET: Start Early For Soul-care

    You brush your teeth each day to stay healthy;
    The frequency and brushing art matter;
    You spend wisely and save to stay wealthy;
    Health is more important than the latter. read more »

    Dr John Celes
  • 310.
    Sonnet: God Is Our Hope and Succor

    No one’s indispensable in this world;
    Someone will surely take our place someday!
    Retirement comes for good when we are old;
    Let sober thoughts not come in our faith’s way. read more »

    Dr John Celes
  • 311.
    The Road To....

    Every avenue followed
    Leads to a dead end
    Every possibility assumed
    Has been mistaken read more »

    Lauren B Called
  • 312.
    The AAP Activists Are Coming

    As the whirlwind comes
    Playing with, hurling around,
    As the bees from a beehive
    With a stone thrown into, read more »

    Bijay Kant Dubey
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