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Poems About: GRADUATE

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  • 337.
    My Future Yours

    A month we celebrate
    with remembrance of the
    past. Museums, books
    capture heroic faces read more »

    Gero Lorna
  • 338.
    Last Year

    I may be in my Junior year.
    But next year is my last year.
    As I look back on the time I’ve been here,
    And it feels like my first day as a freshman. read more »

    Natasha Knowles
  • 339.

    I pray my God a robe of white
    I pray I do no wrong
    That I may serve The Living Light
    That I may sing Your song read more »

    Michael P. Johnson
  • 340.


    Tiny eternities appears to get gobbled up,
    With the revolving hands of the second, the read more »

  • 341.

    I will meet you a day after tomorrow and,
    With the act of your love which never ends;
    For, you've taught me a lot of things in this life. read more »

    Edward Kofi Louis
  • 342.
    The Family

    Lips registered smiles
    As the varied family durations
    Of three, four or five years
    Ceremoniously came to a close. read more »

    Isaac Maliya
  • 343.
    Don't give up

    So it's tough right now
    I know
    But everything that is happening
    will soon change read more »

    Janice M Pickett
  • 344.
    In Lue Of Something Else

    Dove sail like gaudy Christmas cards between
    The trees,
    As my scars cast darker by the sun beside the
    Swings and slide, read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
  • 345.
    Judges Cry To

    Wisdom is the law having two Mistresses
    Blindly seeking both.
    I cannot keep one in truth, hearing both lie.
    My eye on the morrow's words hands tied read more »

    Is It Poetry
  • 346.

    He was a baby just yesterday
    In diapers soft and small
    Blonde and sturdy baby boy
    He ruled his tiny world read more »

    Sandra LampeMartin
  • 347.
    An Imagined Reality

    I am an exception to the rule
    Not to be confused with a fool
    See self-denial is the ultimate tool
    When error & trial become graduate school. read more »

    Tessa Hanson
  • 348.

    Time is running out
    To hold your precious baby girl in your arms
    And tell her that you love her
    And you will always be there for her read more »

    Datericka Mays
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