Poems About: GRADUATION
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
217.i wo'nt forget...
i won't forget the moment, that i couldn't let you go
will i lose you someday, because i think of it everyday
i won't forget the moment that you said i was kind, like me you can't find
will i live without your smile, that makes me shine read more »michelle al G
218.Driven To Succeed
To become the best, to achieve.
Behold! I hold the keys to my dreams.
My vision is clear, my path is in gear.
I see myself becoming one of thee best for many years. read more »Balbino Crespo
219.for my dad.....: (
Hey you! Yeah, I'm talking to you, 'Dad'!
Where were you when I needed you the most in my life?
You were never at my side,
You just wanted a carefree life. read more »hafsa ali
the birth of their first daughter
the poet in there eyes
the little princess that walks down the hall
all dressed up in mommy's lipstick and clothes read more »Kendra Karleen
221.To the father who wasn't there
Here's to the father who wasn't there
After all these years
I've always known that you didn't care read more »Adam Windseth
There is a ribbon
That so eloquently draped her gravesite
She was a victim of violence— read more »Gregory (gshaw57) Upshaw
223.Wishing That It Had Never Happened
The fine young make-believes have already started
From the gated communities of Parkland they’ve
Drifted, read more »Robert Rorabeck
224.Day of Celibate Rain
Day of celibate rain,
Stamping the tomfoolery of birds
To the line.
Maybe the last time I saw your eyes read more »Robert Rorabeck
225.My Dear Friend
My dear friend,
you were there when I made my first breath
you were there when I took my first step
you were there when I said my first word. read more »Genevieve Lilith Vesta
I was in to you then
When the air pressed time against fallen sycamore leaves
Wondering as children do with nature
If tomorrow would bring the stars read more »O.S. Brooks
227.My Beautiful Son
Tears flowed down my cheeks
As I cradled you in my arms
Tiny fingers sqeezing mine
New joy grew deep and warm read more »Debora Johnson
228.From Spirit to Spirit
'There are no mistakes. The events we bring upon ourselves, no matter how unpleasant, are necessary in order to learn what we need to learn; whatever steps we take, they're necessary to reach the places we've chosen to go. '
Richard Bach read more »Janice M Pickett