Top 100 Poems About: RETIREMENT


In this page, poems on / about “retirement” are listed.
  • 1.
    A Magic Moment I Remember

    A magic moment I remember:
    I raised my eyes and you were there,
    A fleeting vision, the quintessence read more »

    Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
  • 2.
    Homecoming

    What was is ... since 1930;
    the boys in my old gang
    are senior partners. They start up
    bald like baby birds read more »

    Robert Lowell
  • 3.
    *Retirement Plans

    The religious man
    may have a questionable retirement plan
    However,
    his devout faith in God read more »

    Ted Sheridan
  • 4.
    Memory

    A pen--to register; a key--
    That winds through secret wards
    Are well assigned to Memory
    By allegoric Bards. read more »

    William Wordsworth
  • 5.
    A note from our heart.

    (This poem was recited on the eve of the retirement of our staff Mrs. Bilasini Vijayan on 31st Aug 2009. The poem is self explanatory) .

    Upon these dales
    We were one feather, read more »

    Ravi Panamanna
  • 6.
    The End

    The end of anything comes rather easy,
    Time is not like a clock, time is freaky. read more »

    Hebert Logerie
  • 7.
    # In a Reflective Mood

    Life has no gurantees...
    Mind has no boundaries...

    Love has no expiry date.... read more »

    Mamta Agarwal
  • 8.
    Retirement?

    Retirement is the end of work,
    That's what some seem to say,
    But I have talked to many more,
    Who say it's not that way. read more »

    Daniel Lloyd Kennedy
  • 9.
    $$$$ My Good Sister $$$$

    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 »

    Marvin Brato Sr
  • 10.
    On Retirement

    Retirement?
    Retire man, so what!
    ’Tis just a natural thing
    That many tend to do. read more »

    Dr John Celes
  • 11.
    Retirement

    After thirty years the day of decision has come
    It is time to consider quitting and reducing stress
    You fear you will be bored and have the doldrums
    Time to slow the rapid pace and go out for recess. read more »

    Theresa Ann Moore
  • 12.
    . Things They Never Told Me

    They lied to me when I was young
    (Or perhaps sinned by omission)
    Never was there any mention made
    Of a body’s loss of commission read more »

    Mary Havran
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