Girl Retirement Poems

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


Wrinkly And Gray by Andrew Crisci
I am very young in spirit, never weak: guess my actual age?
I keep a positive outlook by avoiding negativeness and rage!
Twenty years from now, I'll...

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Categories: retirement, absence, age, america, emotions,

Premium MemberA Firefighter One Might See by Chelcie Darling

A little girl I stand, awakened early morning hour.
The sound of shuffles preparing, for coffee one will scour.

Muffled voice all too familiar, for only one...

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Categories: retirement, angel, dad, dedication, family,



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,

The Ballet by Genevieve Mika-Stevens
old post from last year.....

"Music Maestro," the conductor turns-
 The curtain rises and the ballet begins,
People sit on the edge of their seats-
Tasting the sweetness...

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Categories: retirement, allusion, beauty, career, dance,

What does Maisie smile about by Cheryl Darby
What Does Maisie Smile About?

(or A Tale of 3 Ladders)

“I wonder what Maisie smiles about, 
when she stares out of her window?”asks Jane, 
the new...

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Categories: retirement, age, death, grandmother, heaven,

The Road Into Hoi An by Peter Lewis Holmes
it's broken, the tarmac's crooked,
and it's full of gaping mouths,
and you have to dodge them, 
to save your wheels,
and God!...Jesus! the stink of 
fly-blown fish...

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Categories: retirement, sensual, travel,

Old Age by Charles Clive
 

In my youth, I am sure I was slim,
a figure both modest and trim;
but now I am old, I'm frequently told
my features are wrinkled...

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Categories: nostalgia, retirement, old, old,