Retirement Writing Poems

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


Premium MemberTips For Modern Poetry by Curtis Moorman
TIPS FOR MODERN POETRY TO BUDDING POETS OF ALL AGES

Dear Budding (novice) Poet: First of all, welcome to the wonderful world of 'word weaving'! Second,...

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Living and Not Writing by Laura McCadden
When I retire and start living
I am going to stop writing and just live
Live, live, live like Auntie Mame 
Or, maybe I will write about...

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Categories: happiness, life, retirement, writing,



Difference by Dalton Ogletree
5/20/17



Consider this
Trying to make a difference
Instead of showing ignorance

Regardless of if we're able to relate
I'm willing to do what it takes
Instead of letting it all...

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Categories: writing, integrity, journey, life, meaningful,

Retired by Steinar Gismeroy Olafsen
Strolling around town 
At prohibited time 
Ignoring the church bell sounds
While I see people hurrying 
Down the sidewalk
On their way to work 

Think maybe I'll...

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Categories: writing, age, city, freedom, retirement,

Premium MemberINTELLIGENCE by Vicki Acquah
Kind eyes peer 
out of pages 
gentle features 
of grace replace 
calculated poses 
touched by 
the sun-The sun 
brush-stroked 
color --into his 
cheeks and face...

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Categories: muse, retirement, writing,

Confession of a silent Artist by Raymond Ngomane
Creative writers are never given flowers while they still breathing poetry.

Biters wait patiently for the last breath to pay their respect and get paid with...

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Categories: writing, absence, anger, caregiving, hero,

Premium MemberOnce Upon a Poetic Moon by Suzanne Delaney
The carpet's paid for; God Bless the TV
It keeps us informed.
Cosy in our little room with the curtain drawn
one thing's for certain, we still have
our...

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Categories: poetry, retirement, writing,

Generic Minds by Green Trees
generic minds listen to generic music
have generic thoughts that are unknowingly abusive
watch generic things talk about generic things
gee this generic *****is spreading like a disease
better...

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Categories: writing, dedication, devotion, dream, freedom,

My Favorite Devonshire by Black Eyed Susan
Aging with Flare
by Carolyn Devonshire

Retirement for some means a rocking chair
But I’m blasting forth on a contrail’s flare
      My 40-year...

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Categories: on writing and words,

Premium MemberThe Poet Within by Joyce Johnson
It's hard to think of metaphors
When dealt an accountant's brain,
Confronted with calculations
That must always come out even.

For thirty years with head bowed low,
I struggled with...

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Categories: writing, on work and working,

I have an idea and I'm writing it down by Linda Witt-King
Pastor Warren’s church in Orange County, Unity of Tustin too
There’s hardly anyone not affected; it’s sad but it’s true
Bottom lines are red, tithes & love...

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Categories: writing, business, on work and

I'm always ready by Shahana Jackson
I'm always ready to write
because it's simply what I do
poetry comes out of me 
like an uncapped bottled of glue
and I have an unlimited supply
like...

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Categories: life, love, on writing

Time Well Spent by Tammy Armstrong
My thoughts, not like what can be written on paper -
A paper so thin that you can see through,
onion paper, yes,
are not worth citing still,
they...

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Categories: introspection, life, on writing