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Time Retirement Poems

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


Premium MemberSet Sail in my Camper Van by Kevin Shaw
Set Sail in my Camper Van

This is it, this is the one,
This is my master plan,
When all the world is sleeping,
I set sail in my...

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Categories: desire, dream, fantasy, retirement,

Dance Or Dangle by curtis johnson
The road was mostly broad and straight with ample lanes.               ...

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Categories: retirement, celebration, change, dance, family,



Zero To 69 by curtis johnson
Zero to five. Can't say that I remember anything.
Five to seventeen.  School, work, play; see you later.
Seventeen to twenty-two. Working and going to college.
Twenty-two...

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Categories: age, life, retirement,

Premium MemberLet Me Have This Day by Greg Gaul
Ninety years already, life continues to amaze
Respecting elders - meaningful, polite phrase
Spent too much time living in a daze
Now I'm learning to maximize my days

Stifle...

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Categories: retirement, age, appreciation, care, feelings,

VACATION TIME IS OVER by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr
time to get back to work
so get  alert
don't be a jerk
face the fact
time to get back
no longer summer clover
no more sunshine
VACATION
TIME IS OVER
...

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Categories: retirement,

Premium MemberNineseventeenpm by Dale Gregory Cozart
As the second hand ticks away my breaths
a half-clad moon catches my eye.
Was a time when I might've seen
the ghost of half-eaten melon,
but I'm older...

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Categories: age, retirement,

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,

When Quiet Screams by Phyllis Phyl
like vinegar and baking soda combined
daily hustle bustle and grind — in caustic silence —erodes...  

precious time eroded in the rush to clear agendas
rushing...

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Categories: life, retirement,

Farewell by shruti prabhu
Genteel and articulate, 
An inspiration you have been. 
Loyalty and Passion
In you, we have seen. 

Rising through ranks, 
Sweat blood all this while. 
Making your...

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Categories: retirement, farewell, goodbye, mentor, miss

No imagination no retirement by David Smith
I can't imagine what it must be like,
With no excuse to retire,
Never seeing a time for the boss to take a hike.

I can't imagine what...

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Categories: retirement, addiction, adventure, age, anniversary,

Enjoying Retirement by Dave Timperley
My childhood was a troublesome time,
My mind built walls too hard to climb.
My memories from that distant past,
My life made me feel like an outcast.
I...

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Categories: family, retirement,

Golden Years by Donna Ahsinger
Oh what's so good about the golden years?
Kids are grown and gone away.
Still there's no time to play.
Once in awhile they'll stop in to say,
have...

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Categories: retirement, age, change, depression, humor,

A Spider's Concern by Mike Gentile
It’s hard to let go

We spend our lives building connection
A web of family, friends, business associates
And we fight to hold on, grow and succeed
Behavior so...

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Categories: how i feel, retirement,

Premium MemberDreamer Cafe by Gerald Dillenbeck
Dear Franklin St. Four,

We have not met
but, no,
I'm not hoping to take money
or assets
away from you.

Quite the contrary.
Your rental building,
with four residential second and third...

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Categories: retirement, caregiving, dream, earth, education,

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,

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 MemberTHEY'LL ALL BE YESTERDAYS by Line Gauthier


Short weekends and long weekdays
School’s out then it’s onto résumés and workdays
Mondays dragging on through to Fridays
Long commutes on highways, subways and tramways 
Toiling for...

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Categories: life, nostalgia, perspective, retirement,

Premium MemberFRIDAY FEELING by Curtis Moorman
FRIDAY FEELING

Finally, my leisure time has come
Ringing alarm clocks are now all gone
I gave forty six years to working hard
Don't work at all, except in...

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Categories: appreciation, feelings, fun, retirement,

Premium MemberHE GAVE HIS JOB THE AX by Line Gauthier


My charming husband hails from Halifax
Where they make the world’s finest beeswax
For years he worked preparing income tax
Wearing a suit and tie with neatly pressed...

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Categories: husband, life, retirement, work,

SPANNING A LIFETIME by Terry Reeves
I learned the art of sulking in my mid-teens,
and told to get off my fat arse by all means,
It was the best time on Earth...

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Categories: age, dream, happiness, retirement,