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Poems About: MENTOR

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  • 229.
    Imperfect Living Creature

    It was a sudden sad event indeed.
    The area remained cool and calm.
    We chose him to be our supervisor.
    Quite, humble, respectful he was when we chose him. read more »

    Oyeniyi Olayemi Samuel
  • 230.
    A Poem for Mothers, and Mine

    The love of a mother is beyond compare
    One who dearly loves and is always there
    From scraped knees
    To falls from trees read more »

    Glaedr the poet
  • 231.
    What is music to you?

    Music is freedom that relentlessly exists
    Freedom of speech
    Freedom of thought
    Freedom of creativity read more »

    Sylvia Chidi
  • 232.
    Changes

    We sometimes say we need a change,
    As a change is good as a rest
    But often fail to ponder
    If change is for the best. read more »

    C Richard Miles
  • 233.
    Benlomond

    Hadst thou a genius on thy peak,
    What tales, white-headed Ben,
    Could'st thou of ancient ages speak,
    That mock th' historian's pen! read more »

    Thomas Campbell
  • 234.
    The Moral

    Author Unknown


    You mustn't groom an Arab with a file. read more »

    Rudyard Kipling
  • 235.
    The Moral

    You mustn't groom an Arab with a file.
    You hadn't ought to tension-spring a mule.
    You couldn't push a brumby fifty mile
    And drop him in a boiler-shed to cool. read more »

    Anonymous English
  • 236.
    Remember This

    Remember where you came from.
    Remember you name.
    Remember where you have been.
    Remember whom you have encountered. read more »

    Kat Mercado
  • 237.
    “Remember”

    Remember where you came from.
    Remember where you have been.
    Remember whom you have encountered.
    Remember whom you have known, read more »

    Michelle Chargualaf
  • 238.
    ABOUT ERIC

    There is a similarity about them.
    Eric, and my father.
    Quiet men, who went about their lives
    doing well for others. read more »

    jerry hughes
  • 239.
    Channing

    CHANNING! my Mentor whilst my thought was young,
    And I the votary of fair liberty,—
    How hung I then upon thy glowing tongue,
    And thought of love and truth as one with thee! read more »

    Amos Bronson Alcott
  • 240.
    Our Sense Of Self Importance

    Our sense of self importance within the mind grows
    Into selfishness and one has to suppose
    That this is a sense of survival 'twould seem
    Self conceit and arrogance does not grow on low self esteem read more »

    Francis Duggan
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