Poems About: RETIREMENT
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
337.tommy steele and parkgate
Parkgate, on the Wirral, I remember well, one could see read more »jan oskar hansen
338.Another Election Rolls Around In the Good Old U.S.A.
Another election year coming around, politicians again are
Practicing their smile
They want our vote they’ll promise us the world will be at our
Command read more »Dave Tanguay
The end of anything comes rather easy,
Time is not like a clock, time is freaky. read more »Hebert Logerie
340.To Carry On the Word of my Old Friend River
Once great mighty river,
why so thin? why so tired?
Your raging battle cry through the wood
is now an endless sigh of watery air. read more »Chris Wrzesien
341.How Long Is Eternity
If you take your last breath today
do you know where you will spend eternity
If you live to be 103 and then die
where will you be? read more »Cindy Wyatt
This poem is reflective of my childhood days where I used to feel bored during summer vacations as both my parents were working. But those long days of boredom made me an individualistic person and capable enough to combat loneliness. There were times when I longed for my parents to be at home when I was an adolescent. This wish was fulfilled when my Dad became a pillar of support during my college days as he had taken voluntary retirement. I had seen both phases which shaped me to what I am now. read more »Supriya Choudary
343.Rip Van Winkle asks if it’d not been better to have slept forever
you know I slept
and woke to find
all things changed read more »Raj Arumugam
A Village in Iberia
Drove to the village where I was born, hadn’t been there read more »oskar hansen
345.Where else - India
The Guju, The Bihari, The Rajasthani
The Dubai just returned Malayalee
The Madrasi, The Bengalee, The Punjabi.
For instant beauty - a pack of ‘fair & lovely’ read more »Dann Thomas
346.Sleeping with the night's seas cry
Take me on your flight bird of prey,
float me above the doom of the last poet
reading the last poem. Like the entire sky read more »gregory collins
347.Missed to Add
Regardless who sits wishing...
So many believe,
They can put off their lives...
To be lived at a time scheduled. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
The turn my car took on Bandra flyover
Helped me see the part of sky with Moon.
And she looked round-faced – full Moon?
Chauffeur had steadied the car, I was not sure. read more »Daniel Trevelyn Joseph