Romance Retirement Poems

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


Premium MemberMy Cousin Lennie by Brenda McGrath
My cousin Lennie has a heart of gold.
When you meet him you will be instantly sold.
He recently retired, but is still in his prime.
His lovely...

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Categories: fun, retirement, romance,

Premium MemberCUPID PULLS BACK THE BOW by connie pachecho

CUPID PULLS BACK THE BOW

Their life has been their Valentine day


Cupid's heart and bow

on Valentine's day

shooting golden arrows aglow

touching their senior hearts to ballet


Chocolates dance...

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Categories: celebration, love, retirement, romance,



Premium MemberUNWOMANNED by Julie Grenness
Here, I dwell in no man's land,
On the flip side, there's men unwomanned,
They can be a miserable band,
Desperately seeking a hand,
I read their profiles for...

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Categories: feelings, love, men, retirement,

Premium MemberRetirement- A Time to Rest by Funom Makama
Hibernation collects the highest rank
calmness, walloping in the coolest hole
sleep possesses wealth in the biggest bank
activity in a minimal role
tough muscles on old age can't...

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Categories: holiday, life, retirement,

A Lovers Day Away by Gordon McConnell
These two mature lovers together
been married for many a day
now both retired from employment
can enjoy time together come what may

So they look forward to days...

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Categories: love, retirement, romance,

The Beach of Promises by Scribbler Of Verses
The Beach of Promises


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Fingers entwined, barely touching,
turquoise waters teasing your dancing toes,

strolling along that serene deserted beach,
our promised dreams within aching reach.


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Hands clasped, holding on,
sea-breezes...

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Categories: retirement, allegory, art, beach, beautiful,



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