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Poem Details | by Mark J. Halliday |
Categories: books, dog, fire, joy, retirement, science fiction, self,

Tranquility

Log in the fireplace,
Enjoying a good author
While petting my dog


Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra |
Categories: health, retirement,

Hello arthritis

Pain from joint to joint
or am I losing my mind
hello artritis

Poem Details | by Joe Maverick |
Categories:

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 Thomas Martin |
Categories: retirement,

Mountain Cherry

retirement
the mountain cherry
still in bloom


Published - Cattails-Winter - 2016

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

Poem Details | by Eugene Harvey |
Categories: farewell, goodbye, grave, old, people, retirement, wisdom,

Buried

wisdom
tombed in graveyards
of doubt

© Eugene Harvey


Poem Details | by Thomas Martin |
Categories: flower, tree,

Cherry Tree

retirement
the mountain cherry
still in bloom

Published  Cattails --January, 2016

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: sad, sorry,

Had Lost Almost All of It

Had Lost Almost All of It

Had worked her heart out
And lost almost all of it
In such a short time.

Wife worked for 25 years.
Retirement went into a 401k.
In 2007, lost 3/4ths of it in
stock market crash. Our lives
will never be the same again. 

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Deborah Guenther Beachboard |
Categories: nature,

retirement homes

retirement homes
the doe and her yearling fawn
nibble the hedgerow