Haiku Poems About Retirement | Retirement Haiku Poems

Haiku poems about Retirement and Retirement haiku poems. Read and enjoy these haikus! See also Retirement Quotes.

Poem Details | by Joe Maverick |

Dinosaurs misty vale, curtains

World scene..'

Dinosaur snuffs noisey,

crash!  eternal silence.

Copyright Joe Maverick 2010

(breaking news) Dinosaur writes , for SKATS contest.
back to extinction...i mean retirement for now..!

Poem Details | by Victoria Anderson-Throop |
Categories: black african american, life,

STORM COMING African tribal violence

Storm coming, madam
Me-- I’m going up country-- 
Lay low and stay sweet*

*stay sweet--stay alive

Victoria Anderson-Throop
Nairobi, Kenya
November 26, 2012

Note: Political unrest near Nairobi, Kenya due to election strategiesPolish nun told me that she was warned by a local moonshine runner to hideToo lateShe was pistol whipped by local police who wanted more protection moneyDidn’t get the money (it was a free clinic, so nurses had no money) Police beat the nurse/nuns and absconded with the very rare and precious AIDS meds to sell to the hospitals.Free AIDS clinic was forced to close.(Kenyan government does not have free health care for the poor)   Nuns are recovering then being transferred to other clinicsThree went back to Europe forced into early medical retirement due to permanent injuries sustained by police and/lootersThe care program(education and/or placement) for the children whose parents were AIDS patients is goneChildren have taken to the streets in desperation Count your blessings.

Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: history, light, light,

old Smeaton's Tower

old Smeaton’s Tower
spends its retirement dreaming
recalling its youth

no light in its eyes
glares at the young usurper
on Eddystone reef

Jack Horne for Russell’s In the Light of Haiku contest