Retirement for Tomorrow
Retirement: for: Tomorrow
Punching a time clock is the thing of the past.
I wake up in the morning; and say thank God at last.
To fill my day, I have no clue.
By the time I finish breakfast.
I nap for an hour or two.
Afternoon is here.
I think- I'll take a walk and get some fresh air.
Back in to the house I go.
Into my comfortable chair
To watch reality TV show.
Exercise is somewhere on the agenda -but my energy is low.
Preparing dinner is a chore.
But a person has to eat -I think so!
The things on my retirement plan - I didn't get to met
But - no worries or sorrows
I have plenty time tomorrow. And tomorrow and tomorrow. And tomorrow.