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Poems About: MENTOR

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  • 253.
    Poor Fish

    Poor fish
    who never made it to August
    in 1963. It was
    a good year, that year read more »

    Caroline Misner
  • 254.
    Lady Of My Life

    Outlining those adorable eyes
    Her eyebrows like two streams
    Pouring into the seas, meet at her nose bridge
    Suspended in the ocean of love, those eyeballs read more »

    Lakshmi Venkataraman
  • 255.
    Physics Class

    He enters the wooden door
    Blue polo, that familiar scent
    Quite ready and calmly standing
    With some white powdery thing read more »

    Ben Henry Baang
  • 256.
    Earth

    Holding the seas, boasting the mountains
    You invaded the sky with grace and glory
    Tolerating the wild, keeping all terrains
    Mother earth, what is your story? read more »

    Bhaswat Chakraborty
  • 257.
    Péitseog

    Your heroes were all murdered
    Whilst you counted crows
    Oneforsorrow, oneforpain, oneforgold
    Growing amongst the ashes read more »

    Míchealín Daugherty
  • 258.
    Always a woman

    Late at night when I tuck them tight
    I am a mother
    Morning breaks and I have eggs to bake
    I am a nurturer read more »

    Jenna Wolf
  • 259.
    A Forsaken Text

    O lamb of gleaming richness!
    listen to firefly’s happiness
    it moves the audience
    to reject unbalance read more »

    Ahmad Shiddiqi
  • 260.
    .................Silent Verses Shout I

    Night bowls over Earth.
    It leaves one pin.
    The pin rises, laughing.
    ----------... read more »

    elysabeth faslund
  • 261.
    I Am 'Mother'

    I am the model, for the minds in which I mold,
    For the many faces of young dreamers, in which I hold,
    I am the hand, that supports a weary head from tilting,
    I am the voice, that protects a fragile mind from wilting, read more »

    Phantom Anonymous
  • 262.
    Mother, If You're Not There, Who Would Be?

    I look back at the time I had with you
    I seen all the pain that I put you through
    I didn't know then that you fault the fight for me
    So I can see Mother, If you're not there, read more »

    Verzet L Clark I
  • 263.
    I, Me, Myself

    It all started one dark day
    The day I was left alone
    Solitude was all I was left with
    I felt my life going astray. read more »

    kushan barnwal
  • 264.
    A miracle ray

    You made me what I am today
    'I love you mom! ' I want to say
    You are like a miracle ray
    Thank you for always showing the way read more »

    Deependra Kumar Jha
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