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Poems About: EDUCATION

In this page, poems on / about “education” are listed.

  • 349.
    Sears & Roebuck Priorities of Life

    My Parents made sure
    I had a college education
    before they spent
    any of their limited money read more »

    John McCornack
  • 350.
    Right Off The Vat

    The voice at the other end of the drive through coaches me
    How to satisfy my addiction
    For fresh french fries that are supremely hot
    You say: 'Right off the vat.' read more »

    Bill Grace
  • 351.
    Computer Parents

    When the keys
    Start to wheeze
    It's time for
    A breeze read more »

    shimon weinroth
  • 352.
    DEADucation

    Wise education - is it true?
    Wisdom in men, now it removes
    Automatons - all they are
    For striving to move and to prove read more »

    Hime Hiroda
  • 353.
    Polemic 10 the Splurge

    Bring back the draft

    No exceptions
    Not for age read more »

    Stewart McKenzie
  • 354.
    Obvious?

    loose scribbles suggest impulsiveness
    and poor education by misplaced punctuation
    but hidden bruises on the trophy wife
    won't tell of the boss's ethanol ingestion read more »

    Ana Podarevska
  • 355.
    Sun God

    There in southeast area of Illinois is a Sun God
    Special place for a country drive in any season
    Not too far from where the Amish hold court
    It can become a very great trip with a reason read more »

    John McCornack
  • 356.
    Nietzche Notes....

    And so my path was chosen,
    Masking my soul,
    Creating an illusion,
    That that too was my goal. read more »

    Katy Fulker
  • 357.
    Love Is

    Love Is 9 months of pain, one week in the hospital with a baby to name.
    Love Is a temptation not a sensation only for the younger generation.
    Its easy for a boy to back a girl in a corner pull down her reputation
    stick in his education and increase the population, do you dig read more »

    sasha widell
  • 358.
    Teaches of Children

    And to reason of corruption
    the public I aware.
    For there is lack of teaching
    in this poem I bare read more »

    Darwin D. Smith, Sr.
  • 359.
    Lines of the Mind

    he dawdles
    she straightens it
    he calls it da
    she corrects it ba read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 360.
    lOGIC of Uncertainty

    No criticism dissolving into the reality of nowhere
    Who can say you are so true to yourself
    Swaying leaves falling from the sky of limitless hope called 'being human' the address in the world of no reconigination
    Dead brain dead imaginatoin dead future without maps read more »

    Nyein Way
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