Poems About: GRADUATION
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
As I look back on my own graduation, I reflect
On the race to finish learning, test and studying all I reject
Done feeling judged, tried of trying to fit in
Not knowing that exactly how I’d feel when the real world set in read more »Rhonda Baker
used to be that
during those old time... mama dead, come home immediately. read more »RIC S. BASTASA
Story of optimism and gloom,
Of green grass and dusty paths,
Of merriment and tears, read more »Nancy Ilamwenya
304.A Pome for My Brother Mike
first off i would like to say that Iam so proud of you,
cause you dream big and accomplish everything you do
I watched you grow over the years, to the man you are today,
and i watched the tears roll down our mothers face, on your graduation day, read more »nene brock
Where you have buried the dreams
In a tin under the sand, the tide is always
Washing away the footprints of first loves,
Slow infants learning to crawl towards jellyfish, read more »Robert Rorabeck
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
307.A LADY SUPERVISOR
After my graduation from college,
I took a job of which I had privilege.
Travel to many places far and wide,
Had met many pretty girls on the side. read more »Marvin Brato Sr
Dedicated to a friend's daughter upon her graduation.
First a baby… a beautiful little girl,
A special gift of God sent into this world. read more »Loyd C. Taylor
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
310.U. T. M. T. (Under The Mango Tree)
For more than a century standing still
A silent viewer for thousands of people
that come and go
A simple place that reminds of read more »Jazlle D. H.
311.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
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