Poems About: GRADUATION
Poems on / about :
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229.The Headless Friar of Santo Tomas
In my alma mater, Santo Tomas
We had heard of a mysterious tale
Of a gentle, young Spanish friar who was
A sight that turned anyone very pale. read more »Cynthia BuhainBaello
230.new begining graduation
Having all these years behind us already
going on different trips thru
but still here as soon as the fun ends read more »Erica Olson
231.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
232.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
233.Letter to my graduated sister
There comes a time in life,
when people have to leave the path they had followed.
They have to leave what they have known all their life,
and go out into the wide world. read more »Anne Unknown
234.Happy Rita and Pleasant Bob
Rita with her happy smile,
wears stylish jewelry with lots of style.
Born in the windy city of Chicago in 1933,
Her father was a tenor in the Metropolitan Opera Company. read more »Christina Sunrise
I was once all alone in this sphere we call a world.
but that she caught my eye like a diamond or a pearl.
I wanted to aproach u but didnt kno what to say.
you were standin there dazelin wearin all grey. read more »Jacob Valentine
you are the subject which i study
understanding and getting to know you psychologically
learning new ways to do right
ways to out do the wrong read more »diara armstead
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
238.Tubes Wires Beeping Machines
Tubes, Wires Beeping Machines
Keeping you here with me
Make him better, make theses tears go away
Keep him holding on, keep him here with me read more »Lilly James
239.If Daddy Only Knew
I wonder if Daddy knew I had to become super-responsible and a miniature adult at the age of 12
I wonder if Daddy knew life at home was full of broken promises and full of disappointment.
I wonder if Daddy knew why he didn't ever carry me fishing
I wonder if Daddy knew why I had to take life so seriously read more »Barry A. Lanier
240.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