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In this page, poems on / about “graduation” are listed.

  • 253.
    The Graduation Blues

    My days are soon coming to an end,
    Of happy, yet sad, sent round the bend.
    The friends I had when I was young
    Are running as the song was sung. read more »

    stephanie varnadore
  • 254.

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    Sandra Coy
  • 255.

    He did his schooling
    When I was not even
    Born. read more »

    Aparna Chatterjee
  • 256.
    Hanging Fire

    I am fourteen
    and my skin has betrayed me
    the boy I cannot live without
    still sucks his thumb read more »

    Gabriella Maben
  • 257.
    Never Sound Retreat

    A hard fought battle you have won
    This graduation day;
    We fill with pride to know you still
    Stand steadfast on the way. read more »

    Joseph Anderson
  • 258.

    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 »

    Suzae Chevalier
  • 259.
    All You Did For; 'Thank You' (II)

    He'd lost sleep, at your age one,
    Nursing you, as his son.
    At age ten, he lost his favourite,
    Perfume, to pay fees. read more »

    Buyunde Acura Sylivester
  • 260.
    rent free!

    I am not a refined human,
    As I think of the demons,
    of the societies that torment,
    I am not a sophisticated human, read more »

    veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  • 261.
    Shattering to a million pieces help

    crumbling like bread
    saying goodbye
    waiting till the end read more »

    Marissa Ford
  • 262.
    The Schooled Illiterate -new-

    walks within
    the four walls
    of a prison
    trade his cash read more »

    Maureen Alikor
  • 263.
    I Want Cake!

    Birthday cake, party cake,
    Wedding cake: in fact any cake will do,
    I love that sweet soft butter and sugar sponge,
    It can be a Victoria cake, a chocolate cake, read more »

    Paula Glynn
  • 264.
    The half doused camp fire..

    The smart people are the ones,
    Who learn from other people’s mistakes,
    The innocents are the ones,
    Who become the victims to teach others the lessons, read more »

    veeraiyah subbulakshmi
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