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Retirement Prose Poems

These Retirement Prose poems are examples of Prose poems about Retirement. These are the best examples of Prose Retirement poems written by international poets.


THE CLARION CALL
We live in a time where people crave for reward 
Always serving with their eyes wide open 
Or you can better say, 'eye service'
And that's...

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Categories: prose, encouraging, graduate, inspirational, meaningful,



Zero To 69
Zero to five. Can't say that I remember anything.
Five to seventeen.  School, work, play; see you later.
Seventeen to twenty-two. Working and going to college.
Twenty-two...

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Categories: prose, age, life, retirement,

VACATION TIME IS OVER
time to get back to work
so get  alert
don't be a jerk
face the fact
time to get back
no longer summer clover
no more sunshine
VACATION
TIME IS OVER
...

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Categories: prose, retirement,

RADHAD JAM
some was under care
some sit and stare
no doudt
they came out
 it was music too soul pop hiphop
was food
  the party was cool
SERV 
cheese and...

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Categories: prose, retirement,

RADHAD JAM
some was under care
some sit and stare
no doudt
they came out
 it was music too soul pop hiphop
was food
  the party was cool
SERV 
cheese and...

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Categories: prose, retirement,



Premium Member Tips For Modern Poetry
TIPS FOR MODERN POETRY TO BUDDING POETS OF ALL AGES

Dear Budding (novice) Poet: First of all, welcome to the wonderful world of 'word weaving'! Second,...

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Categories: poetry, writing,

SPANNING A LIFETIME
I learned the art of sulking in my mid-teens,
and told to get off my fat arse by all means,
It was the best time on Earth...

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Categories: age, dream, happiness, retirement,

Thanks For Your Help
All her belongings fitted into a suitcase and a small carry-on bag.

After 18 years, my helper was going home for good.

During those years, not a...

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Categories: appreciation, family, goodbye, loss,

Savoring The Passing Scene
Today I'll just watch
the passing scene
And attempt to absorb
And savor its strident vibe

Today I’ll just be:

A dispassionate observer
of the Human condition
Watching the game
from the side

Taking...

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Categories: prose, baby, emotions, environment, perspective,

Premium Member Romantic Tangles
They were loyal sisters.
The older
was also more fair,
prettier in an Original Barbie kind of way.

She had been sick
when her younger,
darker,
more tomboy sister
met and first desired
my...

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Categories: prose, age, betrayal, death, family,

Premium Member Saturday Night
It's another Saturday night
ending this week
as started
alone again.

I came here
almost two years ago
to my retirement hermitage
but oddly,
and often uncomfortably,
shared with my hurt kids,
mental and physical...

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Categories: prose, age, health, loneliness, meaningful,

Premium Member Inside Outdoor Voices
Just as honesty plants seeds of integrity
so too
vulnerability plants seeds of honesty.

My primary vocation
in this my gay grandfatherly retiring age
is to parent mindbody challenged adolescents
of...

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Categories: prose, environment, family, health, love,

Aging in a New Place
I can’t speak for other men but as I grow older I have found listening to my wife makes life easier. 

So when she said...

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Categories: age,

Freckles They Called Him
Walter Branham, a retired teacher, and his wife Victoria went to Applebee’s, the chain restaurant, for lunch one day last week. First time they had...

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Categories: race, retirement,

B8-POEM 27 WIND VISION
POEM 27 WIND VISION 


THE WINS DO BLOW THE AWAY THE 

CLOUDS TO FOR TO SEE.



IN THE CLOUDS I SEE WHAT 

WAITING FOR ME.



THE HOPE...

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Categories: prose, baby, bible, desire, future,

A Stranger in the Soup Kitchen Spills the Beans
I have a friend, old and retired, who keeps busy helping the poor. Let's call him Ted because he wants to remain anonymous. Some of...

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Categories: poverty,

Matching Suit
Some one once told me the most valuable thing is a education because it, 

Something that no one could every take from you,

My dad was...

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Categories: prose, art, love,

The Blacksmith
     The Medieval vampire Blacksmith worked into the night
     Printing counterfeit money.
     Blacksmith,...

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Categories: patriotic, political,

Bright Tomorrows
BRIGHT TOMORROW                       ...

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Categories: prose, analogy, appreciation, change, christian,

Premium Member In Our Town
In my town
the spiritual warriors conjoined our nature conservancy advocates,
our homeless entertainers and mystics incarnated all the green organic dreams of the food righteousness brigade,

Eternal...

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Categories: prose, community, culture, environment, health,