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  • 61.
    '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
    your employer makes your job harder and act like jerks?

    They take you aside and tell you your doing bad
    this makes for your day, to be unproductive, quite empty and sad!

    You've given them, some of the best years of your life!
    So you could have two and a half children, a home and a wife.

    But now the environment, your working in cause
    walking through your humble abode
    with your hands, in outstretching of claws!

    I'm over the hill they say, not wanted anymore!
    they'd like to have me get so upset
    That I would walk out their door!

    I thought at the end, retierment, would be my choice to make?
    and not that done by some hired henchman
    doing companies, pain in the butt heart breaks!

    I didn't give all my best years
    so I would be treated like crap!
    I'll stand my ground, if I have to take it to the TOP!
    And then they'll all see, just where
    this so called old bucks going to stop!

    No company is so big, that they can treat me like this!
    I am an American who fought, so this company could even exist!
    If they have a profit to make, don't take it out of me!
    I fought for this country, so all people could have choices and be FREE!

    Don't mess with me, I'm an American retirement age man!
    And when I'm darn good and ready!
    I'LL CHOSE, when I blow this pop stand! read more »

  • 62.
    BLOSSOM OF A LOVELY LIFE

    Right on the day we enter
    Know well that we will quit the center
    With the bonus of extended sixty
    Well served with grace and plenty read more »

  • 63.
    My Hero, My Dad

    There was a time you held my hand
    as a child too young to understand.
    You repaired broken toys and shined everyone's shoes.
    Regaled WWII stories at least a thousand times or two. read more »

  • 64.
    The Spoils Of Retirement

    Retirement is bitter sweet
    For your whole working life
    Ends up in boxes of
    Things to save read more »

  • 65.
    Latest Drugs On The Street

    sacred drugs of society
    changing with cultures
    throughout cultures
    throughout history read more »

  • 66.
    My Good Sister (Acrostic)

    Greatness of a person is not measured by riches
    Real importance lies in what the heart truly wishes
    Accomplishing big things without love is useless
    Continuous blessings when wasted become pointless read more »

  • 67.
    Sir, Should I send a memo? Today is Father's Day.

    If you are a corporate father,
    Who seldom talks at home,
    Keeps your distance away,
    From Your loved ones, read more »

  • 68.
    A Lonely Cave Cowlasaurus.

    My cowlasaurus just ain't givin' up the ole'milk-juice these days...
    She's fatter n' usual. I milk and i milk er' till she's dry.This thirsty slump makes me cry.
    My name's Kevin Caveman.From thirst i wish not to die.
    I'll get into my catch mobile...You see that's my time machine you see. read more »

  • 69.
    ! a thousand poems

    yeah yeah, nothing for you to boast about –
    ‘100 good ones would be quite enough…
    no, make that 20 – who’s got time for more,
    even if they were masterpieces…’ read more »

  • 70.
    General Fonseka’s entry into politics: Is it the end of democracy in Sri Lanka?

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  • 71.
    Retirement

    A new stage opens
    on your life page
    retirement day
    day to say our good bye's read more »

  • 72.
    RETIREMENT

    (An excerpt from an email to a recent retiree)

    “Retirement is about not scheduling things, rather allowing things to present themselves or unfold naturally. For someone that's used to routine this can be traumatic. Relax...and know that what needs to be done will be done by choice not time. read more »

New Retirement Poems

  1. Retirement, ramesh rai
  2. Position to hold, hasmukh amathalal
  3. 2 Divorcees Fighting For NOTHING, Mr. Nobody
  4. A Chat By Brothers, Vinz Poetry
  5. The Spoils Of Retirement, david kush
  6. Retirement, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  7. Jobless Asses And Horses, Bijay Kant Dubey
  8. Retirement, Toshie Nohara
  9. Sonnet for the utility of man, Danny Draper
  10. Works And Pensions, Dave Alan Walker
  11. Re-Renting Time, Jim Yerman
  12. Retirement is just Natural, Dr John Celes
  13. My Ramshackle, GEORGE AMADI
  14. Family Ties, Tosin Abegunde
  15. 'Peace and Love' Tanka for Neil Young, Chenou Liu
  16. Why Poetry?, Eric Bult
  17. Nothing, Aparna Chatterjee
  18. Retirement, Chris Poythress
  19. SUPERANNUATION, vidyut chakraborty
  20. Age - a number to cumber, Noor Othman
  21. Scuttle the Shuttle, Ima Ryma
  22. Retirement., Syed Anwar Yarkhan Jilani
  23. And You Can Have It All, Danny Draper
  24. ! Old Happy Face!, Marvin Brato Sr
  25. Single Blessedness (Acrostic), Marvin Brato Sr
  26. Happy Old Face, Marvin Brato Sr
  27. Retirement, Allen Brodell
  28. Growin' Old, Carolyn Brunelle
  29. Stories Made Up, Margaret Alice Second
  30. Forty Plus Years, Eric Cockrell
  31. Retirement, Rose Angel H
  32. A Wife and Her Benefits, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  33. Calling Minds, Naveed Akram
  34. Retirement Blues, Joy Thacker
  35. Don’t exit your grave., Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  36. 051011D Try Harder, Manonton Dalan
  37. 042811A antly life, Manonton Dalan
  38. 042111G behind traffic, Manonton Dalan
  39. EARLY Retirement, PINONDANG SITUMEANG
  40. WORKING FOR THE LORD, david kush
  41. Thank You Ma'am Leah, Bonnevie Barcelita Galindo
  42. 050710C worrisome economy-bail me out, Manonton Dalan
  43. old couple, RIC S. BASTASA
  44. 041010b when routine change, Manonton Dalan
  45. The Sting of Conscience, Mahmoodul Haque Sayed
  46. Signs Of Spring, Merle Steinmann
  47. We loved them now not, DICKSON MSETI
  48. Retiring for Final Writings, Frank V. Gardner
  49. General Fonseka’s entry into politics: I.., nimal dunuhinga
  50. Fursat, Always Aparna
  51. Eastbrook, Gill Moore
  52. vulnerability, Boghos Artinian
  53. Off Piste, Matthew Coombe
  54. Hilda's retirement., Ruth Street
  55. Investment brokers, Jim Norausky
  56. Be Garfield For More Than A Day, LaTisha Parkinson
  57. fade away, gershon hepner
  58. 'Pre-Retired', Linda Winchell
  59. Retirement, Amelia Evelyn White
  60. Retirement dreams, john tiong chunghoo
  61. .5. Pension in a State, David Threadgold
  62. DIC, Herbert Nehrlich
  63. Dream, Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
  64. At Last, Carolyn Brunelle
  65. guilty, faith toney
  66. California Public Employees Pension, O Anna Niemus
  67. . Things They Never Told Me, Mary Havran
  68. The last of the sunny-sides-up, mark nwagwu
  69. *Retirement Plans, Ted Sheridan
  70. Retirement, mark nwagwu
  71. TAKE HIS ADVICE, Aldo Kraas
  72. Retirement, Theresa Ann Moore
  73. Ode to Barclay - a Very Special Cat, William Messent Jones
  74. BLOSSOM OF A LOVELY LIFE, Subbaraman N V
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