Welcome to our collection of retirement poems, where heartfelt sentiments and joyful celebrations come alive through the power of words. Within these poems, you will discover a treasure trove of best wishes,
funny anecdotes, and concise verses, all dedicated to honoring the milestone of retirement.
Whether you seek inspiration, laughter, or a touch of nostalgia, our poems aim to uplift and inspire, capturing the essence of this new and exciting chapter in life.
Let these retirement poems bring warmth to your heart and a smile to your face, as we embrace the beauty and possibilities that retirement holds.
You may also find words in our retirement messages
to share with the new retiree.
9 to 5, or 8 to 4,
You don't have to do it anymore.
No more time clock
No more late docks.
You get to retire today
You will be missed in every way.
Enjoy your retirement
It is truly an achievement!
Congratulations to you
With work, you are through!
E is for
enjoying the journey and having time to play!
May you always have work for your hands to do.
May your pockets hold always a coin or two.
May the sun shine bright on your windowpane.
May the rainbow be certain to follow each rain.
May the hand of a friend always be near you.
And may God fill your heart with gladness to cheer you.
Life brings different challenges to us all
But retirement is a time to have a ball
No more challenges of work for you
Spend your days as you wish to.
Carefree and happy we wish your days
But we will miss you always.
Cheers to all the years you have worked
Cheers to the years ahead and what you find
Cheers to the great person you are
Cheers to the sad people you leave behind
Cheers to your retirement this day
Blessings and happiness for you we pray.
Retirement - It's all in how you play the game, isnít it?
Let's see now. How will I know when I am a senior? Hmmmmmmm.....
Some places give me a senior's discount at 55, some at 60 and some at 65.
My government pension will be sent to me when I am 65.
My company will arbitrarily retire me at 65.
(I'm going to beat them to the punch and retire at 60.)
So that means that parts of our society think 'senior' begins at 55.
How will I personally know?
Well, with a little bit of luck, I don't think I'll ever know.
It's all in how you play the game, isn't it?
How many times have you retired
Of this, we are getting tired.
Nothing can keep you down
Retirement to you is like a clown.
So you're going to retire again
Spend some time with your friends
Oh we will see this time around
If retirement is really found!