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Child Retirement Poems

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


Premium MemberDreamer Cafe by Gerald Dillenbeck
Dear Franklin St. Four,

We have not met
but, no,
I'm not hoping to take money
or assets
away from you.

Quite the contrary.
Your rental building,
with four residential second and third...

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Categories: retirement, caregiving, dream, earth, education,

Sharon by tom kesting
You had a mom and dad that put a fire in your heart...
They provided love and encouragement from the very start.

Randy and Sandy are part...

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Categories: retirement, teacher,



In the Cold Pallor Of Night by Kunda Chamatete
O Lord, I bring not calf nor my first child,
My palms are empty and my pride is hollow.
Leaves have fallen with this winter that has...

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Categories: retirement, deep, depression, life, old,

Freckles They Called Him by Donal Mahoney
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,

The Lean Old Men by Garth von Buchholz
The lean old men in my vicinity
wake to find themselves a day older
then turn away from the mirror to reflect
on their miserable circumstance.
Then they masque...

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Categories: retirement, community, corruption, evil, men,

Premium MemberMiracle on 44th Street by Poet M.e.
Lyrical On 44th Street
 

The argument started at the table
 
He was too soft,
 too timid to quote Gable
 
She said ,"Your dreams aren't keeping...

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Categories: retirement, caregiving, change, family, father

An Advantage of Old Age by Elton Camp
An Advantage of Old Age

By Elton Camp

When you’re in the prime of life
Working to support child and wife

Others’ opinions are a valid concern
So, your faults...

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Categories: retirement,

Numbed And Exhausted by Jecon B. Nadela
Just like closing a book without reading a page,
Or as to a child who is tired of being a kid;
Like a preacher that won’t stay...

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Categories: retirement, depression, desire, emotions, feelings,