Graduation Day - Poem by Gladys Haimes
He has triumphed the rough and rugged road
and the obstacles that lay therein.
He has shown the world the heavy load
could not get the best of him.
Good luck, my son, may God's blessings
be yours in the years to come.
No mother has prayed more sincere prayers
than has your one and only mom.
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