People Retirement Poems

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


Premium MemberChoose Wisely by Caren Krutsinger
Acid reflux.
Swollen ankles.
Arthritic feet.
Try not to get old.

Extra weight.
Bad teeth.
Unhappy gums.
Stay young as long as you can.

Sluggishness.
Apathy.
Indifference.
Okay, now, people, we’re getting into choices now.

Choose wisely.
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Categories: retirement, age, emotions, grandfather, grandmother,

Premium MemberFROM NOW ON - REFLECTION ON RETIREMENT by Line Gauthier


From now on 
Mornings will never be the same

How fortunate I feel
Can’t take it for granted
Everyday I am thankful
Not rich but enough to get by

Free...

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Categories: retirement, change, future, hope, inspiration,



Premium MemberDo I See Trend Beginning by Franklin Price
Do I See a Trend Beginning
By Franklin Price
4/14/2018

Do I see a trend beginning
In the town of Washington
Congressmen deserting ship of state
Has more than just begun

Many...

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Categories: conflict, political, retirement,

Premium MemberLickety Split by Susan Gentry
Lackadaisical
Itinerary
Certainly
Keeps
Elderly
Tentatively
Young

Seniors
Particularly
Lack
Individual
Training


 April 11, 2018 ...

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Categories: retirement, age, endurance, identity, people,

Premium MemberOn the Inside Looking Out by John Gondolf
I’m on the inside looking out
as springtime slowly flutters by;
my leisure time is in a drought,
and leaving me to wonder why
I work so hard when...

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Categories: angst, retirement, spring, work,

Premium MemberRetirement is Not For Me by Caren Krutsinger
On days that I work I wake up with a purpose,
I get up an hour early, so I can paint or write or play word...

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Categories: identity, motivation, power, retirement,

The Hen House by MATTHEW harris
Cooped within ancient bodies, this inhabitant 
dwells amongst an elder net 
of crabby, crotchety, curmudgeonly claque 
of old folks, only a portion of population I...

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Categories: retirement, care, class, environment, farewell,

Dementia by Elle Smith
My head is in muddle,
my words are in a blur.
I see things in the shadows,
but nothing is really there.
I have no concept of time,
or even...

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Categories: retirement, anxiety, family, memory, my

A Poverty of Activities by Tom Locraft III
No meaningful activities.
Not now, not for years.
Many people I see totally bored.
Filling time, wasting time.

   I read good books.
   I like...

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Categories: retirement, change, culture, family, film,

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,

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,

Nevertheless by Desire Kateyera
Nevertheless…
I used all my efforts
To get into the world
That I see some people in
The world with many
Interesting things
The world
In which people eat and celebrate
But all...

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Categories: retirement, career, community, feelings, motivation,

Buried by Eugene Harvey
wisdom
tombed in graveyards
of doubt

© Eugene Harvey
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Categories: retirement, farewell, goodbye, grave, old,

Premium MemberMY RETIREMENT by Judy Ball
So much to wish for and so little time.
I really must get my life back in line.

So much I had hoped for that did no0t...

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Categories: 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,

This is a riddle by STANLEY Harris
>Some people who have me
Really love me true.
Although I am not too sure.
That's what they ought to do!

And then there is those that have me...

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Categories: retirement, allusion, best friend, happy,

Old Age by JJ Hammer
OLD AGE


Do you ever wonder where the years have all gone?
The roller coaster ends and you hope to hop back on
We are older now and...

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Categories: retirement, age, children, god, old,

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,

40th Marathon For 70 Year Old by KENG CHUAN SENG
40th Marathon For 70 Year Old

Almost in disbelief, I reread the headline of this one particular online piece of news….
A 72-year-old Retiree Just Ran His...

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Categories: retirement, appreciation, character, inspirational, new

Premium MemberThe New Me by Jack Ellison


So now what, where do I go from here
I'm wandering around feeling a bit weird

People that I know don't know how to act
Thinking my spirits...

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Categories: retirement,