Poems About: GRADUATION
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
253.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
254.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
Why this have 2 happen 2 me... was i bad or did something wrong, did i not do what i was told, why did this happen 2 me...
why did he take u a way from us..
mom, i loved having u around but now your gone, and it gets
harder and harder the older i grow read more »jessica bailey
We started off as strangers,
At least that's what I thought,
But the friendship that we have now could have never been bought.
you were always there giving great advice, read more »Adnana Saric
She looks up at me with beautiful blue eyes.
She holds her arms out to me.
She smiles that wide smile,
even though she only has 8 teeth. read more »Natalie Beers
He was the first to graduate,
top of his class at that.
Male nurse he was,
an oxymoron for the crowd, read more »Herbert Nehrlich
259.An Ode to the Glory of Motherhood
The beginning of a newly found life
A radiantly, beautiful soon-to-be mother
A face that radiates beauty, grace, and glows
Now turned to the pains of labor read more »Stacey Gibbs
8 weeks to live
8 weeks to die
8 weeks is all they had
8 weeks to do the things they never did read more »Anthony Martello
261.Circle of Love
Kicking, screaming, crying,
A brand new face emerges to love and care for,
A connection between mother and child, a love to last forever, read more »Janae Woodfield
Today it was
twenty years ago
on the 3rd of June
where I found myself read more »Charles Lara
My friends quietly dropped out of high school.
It seemed each week we had parties for some guy
Going into jail or getting released.
It’s not that anyone thought this was cool, read more »Ernest Hilbert
sadness is always followed by tears
heartbreak to romance has always been followed by
wondering who what where and why
wonder why we must say goodbye read more »Fredrick McDonald