Poems About: EDUCATION
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Need is necessity
High or low existence
I am their in every body life. read more »ajay srivastava
Classrooms filled with ageless knowledge, brought about by teachers who have taught.
Filling pages with written words, reading from books of age old wisdom.
Learning all about rules and definitions, everyone becomes a repertoire of education.
Saddled with an endless task, teachers come and go, but classrooms last. read more »RoseAnn V. Shawiak
231.When i am gone... (09 / 02 / 2013 / 19: 39-PM) .
The fact is i will not tolerate being disturbed, /
when i compose my poems /
hence, i inform the young up & coming, /
poets across the globe for this matter. / read more »kfm Productions
Do a PhD
I said :) read more »Aparna Chatterjee
233.The Cry Of a Father
At least I am well and sound should I say?
The gift of the almighty which
nobody can snatch
the way they snatched the right of my children read more »Abdullahi Nashe
234.Education and riches both go hand in hand
The calf of high breed cow
Can be sold for a higher price!
The people will listen to the words read more »Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
My God is an awesome God,
For He has done so much for me,
And I would be nothing without Him.
He knew me when I was in read more »James Roberts
A land so beautifully created
A land with so many natural beauties
A land with a very long history
A land uniquely created and filled with love read more »Emmanuel Arunee Mwanza
237.Ban The use of Animals for Experiments
The Cruel Practice is in Enormous Existence
All it Gives is Massive Pain
Be it the Mischeivious Monkey or the Defenseless Dog or the Adorable Rabbit
Ignoring Pain of the Animals has been made a Habbit read more »rohan bendre
Afghan women travelling miles for water
Taliban men killing their own Afghan’s
No-one cares about the people.
Aid workers criticize the poppy fields. read more »Mohammad Nas
Vanity a useless fellow,
It shows our nature mellow.
We show ego for paltry thing,
Have lost gentleness in human being. read more »shashikant acharya
240.Ch 08 On Rules For Conduct In Life - Maxim 36
Even after falling into mud a jewel retains its costliness, and dust, although it may rise into the sky, is as contemptible as before. Capacity without education is deplorable and education without capacity is thrown away. Ashes are of high origin because the nature of fire is superior, but as they have no value of their own, they are similar to earth and the price of sugar arises not from. the cane but from its own quality.
The land of Canaan having no natural excellence,
The birth of a prophet therein could not enhance its worth. read more »Saadi Shirazi