Toshie Nohara

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Toshie Nohara Poems

121. What A Beautiful Day! 7/16/2015
122. No Bikinies Please 7/16/2015
123. Your Doom. 7/16/2015
124. Silence Is.... 7/16/2015
125. Red Woman. 7/17/2015
126. In His Hammock 7/21/2015
127. The Scarecrow 7/21/2015
128. Success 7/21/2015
129. Said He Heard Clearly. 7/23/2015
130. Losing Face 7/23/2015
131. Truth 7/23/2015
132. A Scene In June 7/24/2015
133. Tears Of Joy 7/25/2015
134. Musical Messages 7/27/2015
135. In Public 7/27/2015
136. Like Paradise 7/28/2015
137. My Recovery 7/29/2015
138. Face Consequences 7/29/2015
139. A Distinguished Woman 7/30/2015
140. Avoid 7/30/2015
141. Highway Warning 7/31/2015
142. After Dinner Shock 7/31/2015
143. Purple Night 8/1/2015
144. No Business 8/2/2015
145. Sorrow (Haiku) 8/2/2015
146. All Are Welcome, Big Or Small 8/2/2015
147. Water Is Boiling 8/2/2015
148. A Genius 8/4/2015
149. What's Courage 8/4/2015
150. Not The Solution 8/4/2015
151. Colorful Marbles 8/4/2015
152. If 8/4/2015
153. Motto 8/5/2015
154. A Worthy Lesson 8/5/2015
155. Troublesome 8/5/2015
156. No Sweet Tooth 8/6/2015
157. Hearts Are Singing 8/7/2015
158. Pancakes 8/7/2015
159. Heartless 8/8/2015
160. Between A Tiger And Big Elephant 8/8/2015

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Best Poem of Toshie Nohara

Retirement

All people have a choice
When they retire from their careers
They can embrace retirement with
grace and thankfulness
Or abuse it with
greed and foolishness

It is their second lease of life
There's freedom from work- no more strife
There's time to smell the flowers
There's time to read newspapers
There's peace to go fishing
There's fun to go dancing
There's pleasure
There's much leisure
There's contentment after
retirement when we know how to
live life at a slower pace
When we stop to race with
others

Wise retired people are ...

Read the full of Retirement

Remember......

Remember life is just a flicking
shadow on this earth
Each day that we live should be
treasured for its worth
Just craving for
material things is
foolish and wasteful
Obsessed by fame or wealth is
selfish and sinful

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