Mary Amrutha

(02/04/1995 / Ernakulam, kerala, India)

My Dear Teacher


I can see a smile in your face all the time
I can see you speak so nicely all the time
I miss you like anything

You taught me to be a good student
You taught me to be happy all the time
You are the best teacher I ever had
I love you like anything
My dear teacher!

I love that subject only because
you taught it,
I loved my school only because
you teach there,
I miss you so much.
My dear teacher!
I wish to be in that same class
with same friends around me
and you being there to teach me
I miss you so badly my dear teacher...
I miss you my dear Maggie miss

Submitted: Thursday, January 09, 2014
Edited: Thursday, January 09, 2014

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  • Veteran Poet - 3,234 Points Daniel Brick (2/14/2014 8:15:00 AM)

    I hope your teacher can somehow see this poem! I was a high school teacher for 34 years, and reading a poem like this - so positive, so happy, so filled with gratitude -from one of my students would sweeten my Memory of my whole career. Why? Because if one student could be this enthusiastic, I could be confident that many more were well-served by my teaching. They just weren't inclined to write out their feelings the way we POETS do with regularity. A classroom can be either a playground or a battleground, that is, a place where adults and students cooperate with each other, or one where the adult is mean, or the students disruptive, or both. Your poem is delightful proof that yours was a playground with a wonderful teacher who made learning fun! This poem warms my heart. (Report) Reply

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