Dorian Petersen Potter


A Graduation Day Poem(Acrostic)


Happy Graduation Day to you!
At last you've completed this journey.
Preparing for a long time you've
Pursued what you've dreamed for and now
You are going on your way up

Greater things are waiting for you and
Really you are on your way now
And there's a more in the future for you to do and your
Dad and your mom must be very proud of you
Use your talents well and be the best you can be, remember
All that you have done to get where you're now
This is not the end but it's just the beginning for you so
Inspire others you meet on your way out to do the same and
Open the door of your heart and
Never quit dreaming but hold on tight to your hopes 'cause

Day after day there are more things to do and learn
And remember to be honest and true to you because...
You can make all your dreams come true one day too


Happy Graduation Day to you!


August 23,2009

Submitted: Saturday, November 28, 2009

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