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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.
    TO SELF I DIE

    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.
    PERMANENCE

    PERMANENCE!

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

    RAJ NANDY
  • 341.
    Eddi

    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.
    Yesterday

    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

    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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