Mentor Poems - Poems For Mentor

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  • 49.
    When do boys become men

    Throughout the ages
    There have been cultural celebrations
    Celebrating manhood
    Be it by age or surviving rituals
    Set to challenge the body and mind
    When do boys become men?
    We see adult athletes act immature
    They steal, commit adultery, even kill
    We see movie stars fall from grace every year
    We look at politicians, prophets and musicians
    Famous men who shamefully commit acts
    That defy the definition of how a man should behave
    We see boys think they are men
    By having sex doing drugs and being violent
    Fighting at a young age
    We see today's fathers abandon their children
    Husbands who beat their wives
    Husbands who sit back and watch their wives struggle
    As they try to raise their children
    We see lost children with no mentors
    No fathers
    No men around to show them right from wrong
    To show them a father's love
    We see rapists and terrorists run rampant
    We see a world with no direction
    Where are the real men?
    When do boys become men?
    At what age?
    There is no set age.
    A boy becomes a man
    When he can look in the mirror and recognize himself
    Sees his past mistakes and failures
    Realizes what responsibility is
    Learns to care about others
    Works hard to earn his keep
    Begins to set an example
    For his children family and friends
    Loves his wife as himself
    Mentors his children
    Protects his loved ones
    Helps his neighbors
    Understands that he does not deserve God's love or mercy
    Nor his families' love
    That love is unselfish
    Learns to forgive himself and others
    Loses his pride
    That is when a boy becomes a man
    At what age?
    There is no set age read more »

  • 50.
    (100 words = Ekatolexon) Pen House

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  • 51.

    Throughout my life I have known that I’m special
    Living can’t breathe it’s too much pressure
    It involves too many lectures
    Offered as spoken words read more »

  • 52.
    The Mask I Wore...

    The Mask I wore, was one of fear, distorted across unexplained spontaneity
    The Mask I wore, was one of another, rhetorical nature that I proudly displayed
    The Mask I wore, was comforting, during times of sadness and pain despite the real ME
    That didn't matter, not to my mask as it commanded me to rightfully read more »

  • 53.

    Unrealized directions
    Unexpressed dreams
    Untested wishes
    Hope is the future read more »

  • 54.
    Intelligence Without a Mentor Original 10 03 22010

    Original 10 03 2010 read more »

  • 55.

    And we come back again,
    Full circle...
    Mentor friend of mine!
    We've locked horns, read more »

  • 56.

    His grip was strong
    and his eyes twinkled,
    he was pleased to see me.
    Alan Bainbridge, friend and read more »

  • 57.
    His Wait

    He thought of her as his mentor
    Abyss was his life without her
    His eyes followed her everywhere
    His heart bled for her to succumb read more »

  • 58.
    I Am Already (Original 09 27 09) Improvisation 20 21 09

    I am already –no needs -always I look to
    Need no skies to write the bend to eternity no
    Order of operation code -no optic set to write
    And display -my poem writes in the star’s bouquet read more »

  • 59.
    Marriage Mission

    Countless couple cut communication
    Communication cut, cripples courtship
    Continuous communication creates;
    Captivating colourful courtship read more »

  • 60.
    Michael....How are you?

    If Michael was a mentor and a friend
    you'd think I should have known when he had died.
    A year or so has skipped by since his end.
    A year in which I've been pre-occupied read more »

New Mentor Poems

  1. Sweet Moments Bygone, Apoorva Raghunandan
  2. Friend And Mentor, Narayana Raghavan
  3. With A Blink, John Shea
  4. Critics, Teachers and Mentors, Debra Kay Robinson
  5. Intelligence Without a Mentor xx xxx .., Lee Mack
  6. Not My Role, Soumita Sarkar Ray
  7. Sonnet Tribute: Lance Miano, Xavier Paolo Josh Ledesma Ma ..
  8. The Song Of A Phoenix, Piyush Dey
  9. Apology to a Poet Peer, Bill Grace
  10. 'THE MENTOR OF PEACE' {Article I Paragra.., Thomas Adams
  11. I am who I am, Nassy Fesharaki
  12. What Heights I Might Have Reached By Now, rommelmarkmarchan beyond poe ..
  13. Haranji Yakubu, Ibrahim Lawal Soro
  14. Rondelet: Rat-a-tat-'tat, T (no first name) Wignesan
  15. An Angel, Akshat Bharti
  16. Hands of Hope, Reason A. Poteet
  17. A Muso's Tale, Avi Pranish
  18. I Need A Mentor, Stevie Taite
  19. That child, my mentor, Bashyam Narayanan
  20. Gift Passion Fires, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  21. Lai Nouveau: May Offend., Diane Hine
  22. My Mentor, Rima Sharda
  23. Three Principles for Success, Raj Arumugam
  24. Hyperbolic, Edward Kofi Louis
  25. The Nurturing Seed, Daniel Sims
  26. Ode To The Child, john tiong chunghoo
  27. Michael....How are you?, Dan Reynolds
  28. When I look at the empty chair, Dr.Rajendra Tela,Nirantar
  29. Condolence message, hasmukh amathalal
  30. The Garbage Of Science Would Not Allow T.., Bazi alis Subrata Ray
  31. MOTHER, Shelo Arbilon
  32. HAIKU #089 (mom's heart), Carolyn Brunelle
  33. Lest We Forget, Ben Huff
  34. Old New Wise Original 07 23 2010, Lee B. Mack
  35. Intelligence Without a Mentor Origina.., Lee B. Mack
  36. (((Damage Control))) (From his mou.., Theodora (Theo) Onken
  37. Priyanthie, Edward Kofi Louis
  38. You Cleaned Mine Eyes, Jackson Nyoho
  39. Of Samye Ling, Winter Cricketers etc. (.., sheena blackhall
  40. OLYMPICS, john farr
  41. To My Students, Susan T. Aparejo
  42. muse and centaur, gershon hepner
  43. I Get High (Original 01 01 20100, Lee B. Mack
  44. A death fanatic, vittal vandavasu
  45. The Children Are The Future Of Humanity, Francis Duggan
  46. If The Intention Is Not to Captivate, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  47. So Many Far Too Many Out There, Francis Duggan
  48. * MENTOR, MOLDER, EDUCATOR, Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  49. Lock-in Mentor, Jim Norausky
  50. 1 Tonto, O Anna Niemus
  51. Mentor, Kurt Hearth
  52. DELUSION, Min Sia
  53. ALL BUT TWO YEARS, jerry hughes
  54. The Easy Mentor, Dela Bobobee
  56. My Dear Sister Mary, Francis Duggan
  57. A father is..., Poetry Lover
  58. BE A MENTOR TO A GIRL, Aldo Kraas
  59. The Orphan, Joseph S. Josephides
  60. Jesus ability, Harlan Simantel
  61. Thanks Mom for Everything!, Walter Burlock
  62. The Boy Mimics The Father, Francis Duggan
  63. Pleasures and pains, Kiranjit Singh Bajaj
  64. Just A Present, LiRa de asis
  65. Be my Mentor, David Darbyshire
  66. Angel of Music, Amera Andersen
  67. Mentor, Marvin Brato Sr
  68. Revered Mentor, Marvin Brato Sr
  69. My Best Friend, Chiemezie Njiribeako
  70. Souls Reunited, Milena Celap
  71. This Poem, Milena Celap
  72. Hope, Milena Celap
  73. Crystal Clear, Milena Celap
  74. Haven’t Been Missing You, Milena Celap
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