Home Retirement Poems

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


Premium MemberRetirement Is Not For Me by Caren Krutsinger
I can see one thing after eight weeks at home, trying to entertain myself.
	I am hard to entertain.
		And
			Retirement is not for me.

I have been forcing...

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Categories: retirement, jobs,

My Own Private Canterbury by Barbara Putnam
When we retired we were so inspired:
To live free and rest from our labors.
This mobile home park has lived up to the mark,
But oh, goodness...

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Categories: humorous, retirement,



Following the follower by richard nnoli
following the follower
trust your self
before you trust 
another 

build your home 
before 
you help me 
roof my roof 

how could you 
be this good 
when...

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Categories: retirement, africa, confidence, courage, faith,

Woodbury New Jersey whetstone one by matthew harris
 Woodbury, new jersey home 
   to me self since birth
my very late mother 
   (bless her long departed soul)

   slaved and...

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Categories: retirement, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Lemonade Please by curtis johnson
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Categories: retirement, christian, courage, endurance, faith,

Thanks For Your Help by Bernard Chan
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: retirement, appreciation, family, goodbye, loss,

Premium MemberInside Outdoor Voices by Gerald Dillenbeck
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: retirement, environment, family, health, love,

No Shame by Lenna Walker
I may seem lazy, I may seem lame
I surely have myself to blame.

My past life a constant struggle
I shy away in my own bubble.

I don't...

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Categories: age, allusion, life, retirement,

Premium MemberDay's End by Sunlite Wanter
Days’ End

Emeralds twinkling with evening diamonds,
Twilight planes flying through cotton ball clouds,
Wending weary workers traveling home,
A sole spectator sun-hatted watches.

The roar of rolling roads, a...

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Categories: city, retirement,

From Where I Drift by Morgan Kramer
From where I drift from my old home, the roads
And places that I roam, I stay at peace.
Never can a word of a soul release
My...

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Categories: retirement, conflict, death, deep, desire,

20-1-17 It was just one of those days by STANLEY Harris
 20– 1– 17
It was just one of those days!

As the sun is shining!  What do I go and do? 
As I am out...

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Categories: retirement, car, how i feel,

Mum by Sunshine White
At mine she forgot her jacket and her phone,
All over Christmas and New Year she’s been on her own,
I found the phone today,
Returning home after...

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Categories: retirement, birthday, december, emotions, family,

Ft Myers by Patrice Trice Jackson
Rare hidden gem in Florida
Home to Thomas Edison,
Harvey Firestone; Henry Ford
America hidden blessing
Golden history landmark Royal Palm Hotel
Where the rich and famous relax
Palm trees sway...

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Categories: retirement, adventure, beach, celebrity, city,

Put the Elderlies in Prison by JEANNINE GLEN
We should place the elderly in prison because,
They will get a shower every day,
Video surveillance in case of problems,
Three meals a day, access to a...

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Categories: retirement, business, caregiving, heartbreak, metaphor,

Seaside Dream by Robin Silver
The seaside...now there is a place I like to be,
To get away from the city the neighbours and some family,
To lay on the beach without...

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Categories: adventure, beach, dream, retirement,

Thinking about today by Dave Timperley
It's a lovely day in Cyprus, there's not a cloud in the sky,
We take stock of the life we have,sit back and happily sigh.
We saw...

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Categories: peace, retirement,

Premium MemberHALF A COUPLET by JEAN MURRAY
It's couplet time but I am shy one person short of a couple.
If I don't find a partner soon, I'm going to be in trouble.

I...

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Categories: absence, adventure, retirement,

Premium MemberBest in Retirement by John Hardison
Best in retirement.

There comes a joy, a contentment not had before in life.

The struggles in life about over, the ordeals mostly gone.

Sweet surrender it is...

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Categories: 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,

Home Alone by Ivor Davies
For forty six years now we've shared our home,
but for only the first months together alone,
moved into our own place the day we were wed,
and...

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Categories: retirement, children, family, home, house,