Poems About: MENTOR
Poems on / about :
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337.Because 'We Believe'
The name of 'God' is ever sacred
One name, beyond compare.
The Idol and the Mentor
Deep in our minds, the name is there. read more »Joyce Hemsley
338.How much we inflate?
A child is born, carrying over gene
Love surrounds him with its arms
Child wants to reach every corner
Up in the air, flies a Balloon read more »Vidi Writes
When I see your smile, my atoms ionise
Be my whole spiritual being, be my blessing in disguise
Be my 1s electron, my precious element and I’ll love you more
In good times & in bad, like the times of our father Niels Bohr read more »Sicelo Sithole
340.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
Poemhunter's most improved poet that does seem fair to say
Like good wine he keeps on getting better he matures by the day
A mentor for Poemhunter's younger poets by good example he does lead
Every new poem by Louis Rams is always worth the read read more »Francis Duggan
It is truly a wonderous thing
To be a poet
To be able to bend words
In ways which thy heart yearns read more »Courtney Beaudry
343.A Forsaken Text
O lamb of gleaming richness!
listen to firefly’s happiness
it moves the audience
to reject unbalance read more »Ahmad Shiddiqi
344..................Silent Verses Shout I
Night bowls over Earth.
It leaves one pin.
The pin rises, laughing.
----------... read more »elysabeth faslund
345.You Beautiful One
Oh you with the great smile and beautiful face
In my heart for you there is a special place
So often you have helped for to make my day
And so lovely to see you is all I can say read more »Francis Duggan
346.My Muse, I salute you ……
So far, so long I was a lonely goat
Walking up the mountain path
With no shepherd to guard
Or ram to lead I walked read more »Angelina Pandian
347.A Child Still In Mourning
Year after year after year; a child in mourning
with no tears. So many questions with little to read more »Emmanuel Bannister II
348.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