Poems About: MENTOR
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229.We Can be Like the Mighty Mississippi
It all begins from a tiny mountain stream flowing down from the valley, not knowing of its eventual greatness. It simply follows the course Nature has intended for it.
Other rivers flow into this one. The new river created from this union continues on its way. Over time, other rivers empty into this one, causing it to grow in size and power. read more »Maureen Carey
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
231.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
232.What is music to you?
Music is freedom that relentlessly exists
Freedom of speech
Freedom of thought
Freedom of creativity read more »Sylvia Chidi
233.The Heroes Of My Schoolgoing Days
In cemeteries far north of here thousands of miles away
The heroes of my school going days in eternal rest now lay
They were not famous as fame goes their's was a local fame
But they felt proud of who they were and proud of their good name. read more »Francis Duggan
Remember where you came from.
Remember you name.
Remember where you have been.
Remember whom you have encountered. read more »Kat Mercado
The world lost an Angel
She walked beside you
And you never knew
She lived next to you
And you never knew read more »Wendy Cox
Multiple tongues followed
some strangers to see the
trafficking of images between space
and promises. Somewhere read more »Satish Verma
Pick one to 'time'..............gig one 'grinde'
Jiggy-Riggi eyed swamp-snake...........ruined 'Her' clock.
'Hats' flie.............................to swamp-snakes 'runners'
Ching-Chong-Chang to 'rain'..............money! ! ! ! ! ! ! read more »0000Verity 0000Yafuso
238.The Essence Of My Being
Who I never wanted to be…
an attacker, read more »Michelle Chargualaf
239.ABDUL KALAM - EX PRESIDENT
A boy in teens got up at four
In the morning to sell
Newspapers in the area
To make a living read more »RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL
The stars of night sky
Danced twinkiling away
All the while when now
It is clear, cloudless, read more »RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL