Poems About: GRADUATION
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
265.Her B.A. (Hons) In Graphic Design
Words escape my fuddled brain.
Tired I am tonight,
For it has been an exhausting day,
And I’m glad it turned out alright. read more »Jonathan Goldman a.k.a JGthepoet
266.The Box From The Attic
A Father's Medals World War One
The wrist band from a stillborn son
The first picture of the two (now three)
An Old Irish Fiddle, Left to me read more »Bill Mitton
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
We, your children, plan to marry
Babies though your image sees.
Hopefully we'll try to carry
Love to both our families. read more »Rosann York
There was a knock upon my door
…In…the light…was she
Grab your coat and in the rain
Come take a walk with me read more »James B. Earley
Foot off the break, Set it on the gas.
Look out the window, wow that was fast.
We made it here and in one piece,
Stay together, read more »Holly Somer
She will fret about bringing you into this world for the harm it might do,
And when she does she has never had a happier moment in her life, read more »joseph short
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
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
274.Bells Chime The Hour Of Our Awakening
Velvet corridors form a labyrinth of purple bliss within the city walls
Our journey is begun, now, as we follow the summers trail
Sailing in the shadow of the sun.
The stars are our guardians by nightfall read more »David Lacey
275.Who Makes You?
When I got another girl scout badge,
An academic award,
A certificate of some kind,
You were there, smiling, read more »Amanda Saveley
276.where were you?
Why didn't you here my first word?
Why didn't you see my first step?
When I finaly rode my first big girl bike and looked around for encouragement I knew I wouldn't see you.
When I finaly read my first real book you weren't there to pat me on the back. read more »renee martin