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Poems About: GRADUATE

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  • 325.
    A Mother's Last Favor

    My cellphone rings,
    Bad news it brings.
    A dear friend is now lying,
    On her hospital bed dying. read more »

    Marvin Brato Sr
  • 326.

    I was graduating in high school,
    Our educational field trip was cool.
    It was my first time to travel afar,
    With classmates joyriding in a car. read more »

    Marvin Brato Sr
  • 327.
    whatever happened to benjamin?

    Whatever happened to Benjamin
    when he got bored with young Elaine?
    He learned that it’s more fun to sin,
    because sin tends to dull the pain, read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 328.
    Is this the law-abiding Amerika?

    Last night at 11 o'clock my venomous relative
    Pot bellied insipid ' Prince AlKapone' leaving his bandit Queen in the limousine and did a gatecrash to my halcyon cottage
    with his graduate Aerospace son and the intending lady doctor his swollen headed daughter,
    They quarreled in a harsh language with us read more »

    nimal dunuhinga
  • 329.

    I still remember how we became friends,
    We both had some similiar trends.

    We became friends in first grade, read more »

    Liz Eckel
  • 330.
    Some Say

    Some say that I am doomed and bound for hell
    Since I commit the sin of doggerel
    That I am guilty of the awful crime
    Of tainting poetry's name in slipshod rhyme. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 331.
    Gone (In memory of my Grandpa)

    Grew up without a father in my life.
    15 years passed me by having a grandpa that truly cared.
    Took me anywhere I wanted to go.
    Teaching me from right and wrong, when mom was at work. read more »

  • 332.
    My Nephew

    I love my nephew,
    He is so new.
    He loves to play,
    He gets bigger everyday. read more »

    Crystal Keaton
  • 333.
    My Mom

    Your the reason I get up in the morning.
    If it weren't for you I'd still be snoring.

    You've been with me 16 years. read more »

    Kayla Gossett
  • 334.
    No Lost Day

    No day is lost if you have cared
    To help someone along life's way.
    Some food to stop the hunger pain
    Or flowers to brighten an ill one's day. How about reading a story to a child? read more »

    Cornelia Kay Grant
  • 335.
    Love From My Heart

    Love from my heart, and with great respect,
    I give to my son LEWIS, who is an ARCHITECT,
    He loved to draw at the age of 3,
    We were so proud, when he drew a house and a tree, read more »

    Esther Cooper
  • 336.

    I was born to parents who had honors.
    I studied in school with honors.
    I played sports with honors.
    I graduated from college with honors. read more »

    Michael Leroy Porter
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