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  • 61.
    A Coal Black Sweeper Girl Posing Like A Magistrate On Chairir

    A coal black sweeper girl
    Poses she like a film heroine,
    Sings she a song,
    Dresses and does the make up
    In style,
    Comments and taunts others.

    Not a second class, but a first class
    Magistrate on chair
    Near her hut,
    She sits on it,
    Teaches the poor boys and girls
    Outside her home to show it to the passers-by.

    Sometimes makes she them stand out in the sun,
    Beats black and blue,
    Punishes ruthlessly,
    Makes them kneel down,
    Hold the ears and stand
    And the people go seeing.

    A graduate she thinks herself
    Which man not, God too cannot,
    Mulk Raj Anand's Bakha too cannot,
    If on chair,
    He will be no less than an IAS officer,
    Maybe he not,
    But Bakha's son.

    Wearing the goggles, she thinks of
    Herself a heroine,
    Not inferior to a film actress,
    A singer
    She clears her throat in the bathroom,
    A dancer on occasions.

    A graduate for the first time in her family,
    The coal black girl thinks she herself
    A poetess writing poems,
    Stealing from school magazines,
    Taking the lambs into her lap
    Writing in her diary.

    It is not her fault, but hers is the first generation
    Which is seeing the light,
    Getting education,
    Strutting and walking on tip-toe
    And tight-lipped,
    The sweeper magistrate,
    Not a second class, but a first class saheb,
    English not, but brown saheb. read more »

  • 62.
    Escaping Life

    Graduating from daylight to sunset, writing into
    the future with a placid scenic landscape that I
    ride into to escape life.
    Beautiful sights following me everywhere, always read more »

  • 63.

    My rockabilly
    Dressed up
    In a taxedo read more »

  • 64.
    Acorn Fall

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  • 65.
    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 »

  • 66.
    'Remember Where You Come From'

    I notice that you've made it to the top,
    Successful beyond compare.
    You don't come here to visit anymore,
    We think you have stopped, and really don't care? read more »

  • 67.
    Prisoners of Hope

    Then one day I saw
    The students of the school of suffering
    Wearing their tattered uniforms
    With their badge of poverty. read more »

  • 68.
    a L I V E And free

    Two friends on the phone, for so many years they’ve shared
    Friendly calls and confidences… together they’ve graduated
    From high school. Friends together they’ve made,
    Happiness and so many laughs jointly they’ve enhanced. read more »

  • 69.

    Embedded in the rich, dark soil of history
    My roots are still a part of me
    Nourishing me, spurning me on Making me face another dawn
    Of uncertainty read more »

  • 70.
    Ill be out

    Soon i'll be out of this place,
    Soon your going to miss me being around.

    But once i graduate, read more »

  • 71.
    The Panhandler

    The Panhandler

    He pays for your pitiful coins
    by wearing his most woebegone face read more »

  • 72.
    Where Will I End

    Where will I end up,
    In this cold cold world.
    Where will I end up,
    On the streets with a gun? read more »

New Graduate Poems

  1. A certificate without a job, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  2. Difference, Asit Kumar Sanyal
  3. The Graduation Dress, Edgar Albert Guest
  4. Not to be in surplus, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  5. I Did it!, Christina Phan
  6. The Gift Of Graduation, Joseph T. Renaldi
  7. Buying Years, Lore Me34
  8. We All Graduate, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  9. Providence (quatrain), Troy Ulysses Davis
  10. Memories Of Graduation Day, Joseph T. Renaldi
  11. Graduation, Rebecca Succes
  12. Graduate At Last, Enebeli Prada
  13. SCHOOL OF LIFE, Philo Yan
  14. That's what causing problems in our world, Sam Arjomandi
  15. High School, Justin Reamer
  16. Acorn Fall, Saiom Shriver
  17. Congradulations Graduate, Cece Chisolm
  18. Seated At D, RIC S. BASTASA
  19. One Day, shane joe
  20. A Graduate, ijlal haider
  21. graduation, akingbehin daniel murphy
  22. Senior Year, Raeven Young
  23. Get Closer To You, Bashyam Narayanan
  24. Watch Your Ass, RIC S. BASTASA
  25. The Graduated and The Educated, Han Min Ohn
  26. It Takes A Celebration, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  27. Orthodox Mysticism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  28. May 17,2010, Fred McDonald
  29. Anticipation, Fred McDonald
  30. an old college picture, RIC S. BASTASA
  31. rebrand, samuel abimbola aladetan
  32. Information Plateau, Ivan Donn Carswell
  33. Your Crimes of Amnesia, Robert Rorabeck
  34. A Life, Alan DeCara
  35. I can imagine you, david lessard
  36. past, present and future, gershon hepner
  37. graduation, Zubaida Boland
  39. bI Asked God, Barry A. Lanier
  40. Without A Shield, Charles Wax
  41. deaths of graduates, Innocent Masina Nkhonyo
  42. You Are Not Better Than I., Michael Gale
  43. CHOO CHOO PAPA, Aldo Kraas
  44. Outlaw To Me, Danny, Robert Rorabeck
  45. We Graduated, John Ricci
  46. Friend, You're Hurt!, Kimmy Olson
  47. Wishing For The Past, Kimmy Olson
  48. Turn the Tragedy Into Comedy, Hana 1225
  49. 59 Action, Saiom Shriver
  50. Graduating, April Jones
  51. '08' Graduate, Chris Hall
  52. High School Sweethearts(at that time), Ashley Wakefield
  53. He's So Sick, Chelsea Houston
  54. 8th Grade, teiaire patrick
  55. summer time, Griffin Mahan
  56. The Ungrateful Nanny, micah onowighose
  57. Two Years, Alixis Whitwer
  58. Hard Times (from Michigan), Diana Poems
  59. Life After Graduation, Joseph T. Renaldi
  60. French Battalions, Michael Pruchnicki
  61. Photo of Schoolboys, Michael Pruchnicki
  62. Even with a College Graduate, Jerry Abrahamson
  63. The Panhandler, Jerry Newman
  64. the love, Terrin Fuller
  65. ROCKABILLY SONG, Aldo Kraas
  66. LIFE, Ray Lucero
  67. Friends for life, Make A Wish
  68. Alone..., CASA WILSON
  70. Graduation Day, Yuvarani Sami
  71. SHE IS ALL GROWN UP NOW, Aldo Kraas
  72. Graduate, The, Alison Smith
  73. Maria... Maria! ! !, Kay Barcelon
  74. Class of 08, Kamilah Samuels
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