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  • 97.
    Time Rages At The Quiet Of My Soul


    Time rages at the quiet of my soul-
    My children are so busy now read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 98.
    042111G behind traffic

    i saw husband and wife
    asking for a simple job
    from a restaurant owner
    i guess they came from read more »

    Manonton Dalan
  • 99.
    042811A antly life

    saw ant sipping dew off a leaf
    waving antennae, wiping face
    hanging there upside is great
    i can't imagine doing myself read more »

    Manonton Dalan
  • 100.
    Calling Minds

    Call him the opposite of pushes,
    Pulling is an art of shifting in the road,
    To this community I collide and reside.
    He budded off from the rest of the highway, read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 101.

    It is very much astounding
    And somewhat more confounding
    What happens when a horse no longer races
    If the horse is just a mudder read more »

    Stanley Cooper
  • 102.
    Listless and Mundane

    Waves of heat flow horizontally
    Across the screened kitchen door read more »

    shimon weinroth
  • 103.
    The Road of Life

    In the quiet country side out east of Cloud Chief
    My family waited for my birth with anticipation
    Dust was extra thick as we were in the dust bowl
    But through it all I added one to the population read more »

    John McCornack
  • 104.
    Dream Spot

    Icy water and dense fog
    Mostly boating – no swimming
    Okay to read by the log
    Or close your eyes while dreaming read more »

    Ana Monnar
  • 105.
    Debit The Window Side

    In an office Government,
    There was an Accountant,
    On the day of his retirement,
    Took part in an entertainment, read more »

    Rajaram Ramachandran
  • 106.
    On Retirement

    A celebrated life transition, is retirement,
    Freed from the daily grind of requirement.

    You are released to a life of leisure, read more »

    chandra thiagarajan
  • 107.

    “It is time to call of the day”
    Let all the professional activities die away
    Gradually and slowly to be distanced
    As I was offered retirement and silenced read more »

    hasmukh amathalal
  • 108.
    Spanish Nightmares

    When I was younger than today
    I dreamt of living far away
    Spanish blue sky's days of sun
    Just endless retirement days of fun read more »

    Douglas McClarty
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