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

  • 361.

    In fashioning Stone to give a song in every turning,
    by giving flow to glass that is not molten,
    placing a dancing step within a twist of steel,
    bringing life and warmth to wood long dead, read more »

    Bill Mitton
  • 362.
    Controlled Rebellion

    Trouble always starts with a smile,
    especially when punctuated with deep
    hazel eyes. Come seven on a Saturday,
    my heartbeat syncs with the song on the radio, read more »

    Lori Boulard
  • 363.
    Give It To The Lord & The Rest Is History

    I wonder if my child will be home on time,
    After cousin Shari-Danielle’s graduation party?
    I want a thirty-speed Schwinn racer is that a crime?
    My report card does say twenty-two times tardy. read more »

    Luke Easter
  • 364.

    Father in Heaven
    Or maybe in Hell
    How're things going
    Here they aren't so well read more »

    King Midas
  • 365.
    Love Denied

    This child was born with traits of his mother.
    Father was mad—he looked not like father.
    Daddy wants all off-spring to look just like him,
    So he with-held the love that should have been. read more »

    Vivian Gloff Mollan
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