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Pension Poems - Poems about Pension

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Premium Member Teachers Conference the FBI and me
...There was no easy day going under cover with four kids riding along with the FBI supervisor I was just a young mother of four actually expecting again seven months pregnant the FBI installed wi......Read More
Categories: pension, art, beautiful, caregiving, chicago,
Form: Dramatic Monologue



Hello Palestine
...Hello Palestine, have you seen the headlines today: 400 US federal workers tendered their resignation over the war, seeking ceasefire. And a Vietnam war veteran donated his pension to Palestine r......Read More
Categories: pension, allusion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Poet's Pension
...a poet’s pension is his pen-- the pen that siphons words from the world in solitary luxury he sometimes concedes his kinship with the world-- a world in which he lives alone groping fo......Read More
Categories: pension, poetess, poetry, poets, writing,
Form: Free verse
Thinking Outside the Box When It Comes To Pensions
...Am I really the only one thinking outside the box, When it comes to pension costs, Regardless of whether people are able to work or not, With some working til they drop. Let me open my box and ......Read More
Categories: pension, age, appreciation, autumn, blessing,
Form: Didactic
Attention
...See them opening the doors to welcome you to the shore. See them opening the door, they are asking you for more. Get your business in line and make way for the divine, open up the village gates and s......Read More
Categories: pension, business, change, deep, england,
Form: Prose



Time Machine
...Time Machine I sometimes wonder about migration, is there a moment when doors are closed and the bus leaves the station Sorry folks, the country is full. One of the reasons people from Pakistan ......Read More
Categories: pension, august, creation, england, flying,
Form: Blank verse
The Light From the Shadows
...The Light from the Shadows The light from the shadows of a thousand candles burning The bright configuration of a lighthouse plainly warning Plain sight considerations of a future that is formin......Read More
Categories: pension, 12th grade, courage, environment,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Paying Bills
...to pay your bills when on a pension often you’ll need an extension......Read More
Categories: pension, business, money, old, retirement,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member I Hear He's a Winner
...WINNING STANCE OF BOLSONARO Assertively, the winning personal motto he established in 2016 is John 8:32* of the Bible, "The truth will set you free." B...Read More
Categories: pension, character, god, integrity, leadership,
Form: ABC
A Soldier That Lost His All
...A Soldier That Lost His All Despite his means, despite his plight He rendered help to those in need, No place he had fixed for each night His life lived in faith and creed. Dressed in tatters,......Read More
Categories: pension, america, girl,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Emagi Outram Annuity
...George Outram ' ANNUITY'        PAY     =======    | pension   |    |  divi     |    |  salary   |    |   pay      |    |   wage    |    |  benefit  |    |   dole    |    ========......Read More
Categories: pension, poems,
Form: Shape
A Bio of Sort
...A Bio of sort I sometimes remember things I didn’t know I knew it comes to me like a clear vision in black and white I like seeing movies in two colours, say, Casablanca as I like the contrasts ......Read More
Categories: pension, addiction, blessing, emotions, humor,
Form: Bio
No Win No Fee Ii
...The sharp suited man With the Legal Degree Looks back over years To pass judgement on me. While he was getting drunk In student Uni bars I was uniformed and fighting Our country’s various war......Read More
Categories: pension, anger, anxiety, conflict, soldier,
Form: Rhyme
El Buen Retiro
...We don't know how long we have left to live and meanwhile I have filled up with petrol and wait for the electric car. Drawing-room oracles descend imberbi on the sandy shore soiled with supposed......Read More
Categories: pension, allegory, allusion, analogy,
Form: Free verse
The Taxpayer's Plight
...Incessant taxes, an unyielding bane, A weight that crushes, a burden I sustain, As a citizen, I bear this mantle, To uphold my patriotic crown. And yet, the taxes rise unceasingly, A relentles......Read More
Categories: pension, political, poverty,
Form: Free verse

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