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Poems About: GRADUATE

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  • 25.
    It Takes A Celebration

    It takes a celebration,
    Everyday!
    After one graduates,
    With a determination to appreciate... read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 26.
    Graduation

    It's a time top rejoice on all your achievements

    it's a time to look back on what you have done read more »

    Rebecca Succes
  • 27.
    I can imagine you

    I can imagine you,
    at the age of twelve or so,
    graduating from the eight grade.
    I can imagine you, read more »

    david lessard
  • 28.
    Good for You

    Ariel I got good grades
    'Ok then, Good for you'
    Ariel, my boyfriends good to me
    'Ok then, Good for you' read more »

    Ariel Miles
  • 29.
    59 Action

    Grey sea and grey skies are one... yet does the sudden
    crimson sailed boat give hope and perspective.as it defines
    the horizon where the sun will be rising. read more »

    Saiom Shriver
  • 30.
    You Are Not Better Than I.

    Attended and graduated from the school of hard knocks...
    Worked hard most of my life.

    Don't believe in belittling anyone because of race, color or religion or even education for all that matters.. read more »

    Michael Gale
  • 31.
    Congradulations Graduate

    Acknowledge the wisdom you've gained
    don't worry about all the people giving you pain
    embrace the skills that you've learned
    cherish the credit that you've earned read more »

    Cece Chisolm
  • 32.
    Graduate At Last

    Few years like yesterday,
    we all came from different
    places to sojourn in a strange
    enviroment. read more »

    Enebeli Prada
  • 33.
    Buying Years

    Oh here I go again back to the bathroom on my knees praying to the porcelain God. But that's the price I must pay to buy myself some more years. No hair on head and tired all the time that's another price I pay just for a few more years. But it will be all read more »

    Lore Me34
  • 34.
    Hard Times (from Michigan)

    In these hard times
    Of unreported unemployed voices
    Of ignored college graduates
    Of desperate youth read more »

    Diana Poems
  • 35.
    Two Years

    When we were together
    We were great
    But now you've graduated
    You left this little town read more »

    Alixis Whitwer
  • 36.
    Without A Shield

    At the Rochester Institute of Technology
    while a graduate student
    in photography
    I met a woman read more »

    Charles Wax
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