Poems About: GRADUATE
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229.Destiny is a Stranger
It is very difficult to know everything about a stranger. The stanger is fearing of is samaritan while the samaritan is fearing of is visitors. read more »OGUNTADE HAFEEZ OLALEKAN
230.What Has Not Changed
What Has Not Changed
In the evening, the ones that clean and cook head home.
No ride, read more »Romella Kitchens
231.A stolen Dream
When many mouths gather to mock me,
i left their sullen street
seeking for another chance at
the zero zenith zone as my tired emaciated slippers read more »asaolu kolawole ifedayo
232.Dense, Shallow and Dim
They may have graduated!
And may have been declared educated...
With top grades and honorable degrees. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
233.Please Wake up to the Factors That Have Created Such an Education Mess; Our Education System is Fundamentally Flawed
Our leaders have determined that everyone should have at least an undergraduate degree. So we push students during their prime years of study to become Jacks of all trades. While the Germans make their students into experts in particular professions.
What has Wisdom Education got to do With Regular Education and Why the German Education Model is Superior and More Effective Than the American Model? read more »Sajid Khan
Traveling from a little river to an ocean
tapping back into the forbidden waters that you vowed not to intersect
Drowning yourself in the beauty of the ocean, read more »True Eyes
thank you for being there
I know sometimes I want read more »Elisa Martinez
Melvin Banggollay read more »MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
237.CUZ I'M BLACK? ? ?
Is it cuz I'm black that you think I'm poor
Is it cuz I'm black that we can't afford
A car, a house, and have a liittle more
Or does stereotypes take over and racism pour read more »Sharon Goodwin
238.No better place for Graduation
Happy Graduation Day,
And what better nation is there than America for Graduation,
Let's celebrate in any and every way. read more »Rita Hawkins
I find myelf being what I want to be,
Immature, a coward, or an oaf is not in my vocabulary.
Let me tell you what I really see,
Mature, self-responsible, and lovingful now that's me. read more »Shaquita Sims
240.To realize the valueJessica Cheng