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Peace Retirement Poems

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


Premium MemberRetirement Planning by Gerald Dillenbeck
Retirement planning
may feel like civilian re-entry planning
as from-above ballistics continue heavy incoming
so persuasively my objective is not to win outside
but to get home safe again,
although...

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Categories: retirement, earth, health, history, humanity,

I Scream by Rico Leffanta
The stars outshine a pale moonbeam
We try in vain to touch our dream
We live each day
To hope and pray
We shall end it all with ice...

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Categories: retirement, death, depression, food, life,



Retirement by BJ BREWER
When I retire: 
I will capture a nice rainy evening, a soft chair, a good fire, an excellent bottle of wine, and one of those...

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Categories: retirement, age, cool, fire, good

Premium MemberOur EarthCafe CoOp by Gerald Dillenbeck
In one sense,
the Cafe CoOp
started as my therapeutic retirement dream.

But,
in quite another
the CoOp goes back to when I was eight,
and I thought,
assumed really,
everyone indulged in...

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Categories: retirement, business, education, games, health,

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,

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,

The Best Job Ever by Gordon McConnell
This is indeed truthfully the life
so really good it's simply the best
your time's your own at your peace
whenever you like be fully at rest

In Scotland...

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Categories: best friend, life, 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,

A Lazy Day by Dave Timperley
The sun beats down on this hot Sunday,
So under cover, I think we will stay.
Our dogs on the tiles are dozing,
We too, are relaxing, eyes...

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Categories: imagery, peace, retirement,

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,

Newness in Latter Years by Gordon McConnell
A new start is always good
beginning afresh completely new
this opportunity came to me late
least expected it not having a clue

But when it came it was...

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Categories: change, life, retirement,

Premium MemberWho is that man in the mirror by John Hamilton
Who is that man staring back at me in the mirror?
I keep looking and searching, analyzing that mans
reflection, and he keeps doing the same thing.

Who...

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Categories: retirement, emotions, introspection, longing, old,

In Your Dreams by Ivor Davies
At the time of my life, when all should done,
when my life should have transformed into just peace and fun.
The clock hasn’t paused
to allow me...

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Categories: dream, old, retirement,

Retire my pen by Sarai Virden

Speak to me my muted heart
where went your rhyming ways
The voice of a hearts deepest hour  
in mysteries a soul explained

Is your rhythm lost...

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Categories: retirement, change, dance, poetess, poetry,

Premium MemberEvening on the Pier by Frederic Parker
Sunsets from the pier
They paint a string of reds
As the horizon spreads
Soon a soft gray

To be alone in thought
Where the pier and sea meet
Away from...

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Categories: retirement,

California Retirement Communithy by Robert Ludden
It's safe here, I suppose,
and the rents don't climb too often.
I may ho hum in perfect peace, to the credit
of no one in particular. 
Pleasures...

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Categories: retirement, humor,

Premium MemberHappy Husband Hears No Alarm by Sheri Fresonke Harper
Waking with a smile, eyes bouncing green, dear husband
makes me hold back my scream, desire to pull over sheets.
Later, I find you sitting like Buddha,...

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Categories: retirement, heaven, husband, i love

61 and Done by Guy Chaifetz
When you’re born into this world of ours.
You have no idea if you’ll reach its ivory towers.
If you’re lucky to be born into a house...

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Categories: retirement, life, money, moving on,

Dementia by Laura Hamilton
He was always so happy
strong and bold.
He'd give you the shirt off of his back.
Tough.
Independent.
He had a rough life
growing up through the depression,
but like he...

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Categories: retirement, angel, art, beauty, caregiving,

Premier Amama by Atisa Nicholas Sayuni
Daily wakes in the cold darkness
wears spectacles and looks at Uganda in sadness
All the lazy Ugandans criticize him; madness!
Insane crazy they are,
him the hardworking they...

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Categories: retirement, political, work, crazy, me,