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Winter Retirement Poems

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


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,

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,



Mountain Cherry by Thomas Martin
retirement
the mountain cherry
still in bloom


Published - Cattails-Winter - 2016...

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Categories: retirement,

Reflections by Gary Kraidman
When I think of all I've done
Plans that kept me on the run
I kind of wonder every day
How I pissed my time away
In my thirties...

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Categories: retirement, angst, depression, feelings, memory,

From The National Poet Of Slovenia In A Language People Understand - THE RUINS OF THE ANCIEN REGIME by Julian Bohan



Farewell, then, AUKN boss,
The next this year makes three.
By the time they find a substitute,
Slovenes will be at sea.

He tried to cover his behind;
AUKN boss...

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Categories: retirement, absence, allegory, analogy, animal,

Oh Spring Day by James Fredholm
I was wrong about spring, 
for all those months I painted the blame on winter’s dark face.  
Wave after wave of cold cloudy, darkening...

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Categories: hope, retirement,

Winter Depression by Udaya R. Tennakoon
Bearable winter 
Blanket covered cold
Attacked by white Gas   of
Fallen Snow
 
But unbearable silent
Cripples into the home
Like a snake
To live with loneliness

Get Scattered past
Comes...

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Categories: retirement, dark, depression, grief, lost