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What summons do I hear?
The morning peal, departure's knell;
My eyes let fall a friendly tear,
And bid this place farewell.
to the coffin, from cradle
surpass sarcastic smiling hurdles
did i get, for what i was sent? ? ?
to learn, that i was meant.
Education, the great opportunity it gives
When a man gets his graduation
From such great Institution of repute
The great success follows him.
A tall, slim and brown boy from Tamil Nadu,
Sold his ancestral home to go to England,
Pockets of Tamarind rice he didn’t need any more,
Bottles of ancient pickles in his mind,
Congratulations on this special day!
after a long and hard run
You should be proud of all you've done
It is not as important for others to feel proud
The dancing sea!
Sweating is part of life;
Moving on with their steps,
The fresh bread out of the oven,
May smell good, but has to be toasted.
The fresh graduates out of the universities,
May look smart, but have to be experienced.
We all graduate,
To various stages that take place.
With a leaving behind that which has been defined,
As our minds expand to face new challenges.
Lee B. Mack 06 23 2019 Grace…
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Imitation! Creative Compliment, Lacking in Originality, or Plagiarism?
This week takes me back to college days. I was taking a graduate course (as a Physics major) in 'Modern Poets' at the University of Oklahoma. Our assignment for the week was to write a poem ourselves in the style of a modern poet we had already studied. I had already been attracted to the poems of Richard Wilbur and got to hear him do a reading while I was on campus at OU. In fact, his, 'A Boy At The Window, ' remains a personal favorite to this day and reminds me a lot of Robert Frost's best work! In any case, the poem I chose of his (to 'write in the style of') was another of his famous rhymes called 'Love Calls Us To The Things Of This World.' And here it is from PoemHunter.com's library of famous poets and their poems. I only regret that PoemHunter, in spite of their many virtues, gives such short shrift to a poet's formatting which I have laboriously restored here for your enjoyment. What do you suppose it is? Is PH so soulless that they would deny you the right to see Richard Wilbur's verses flapping in the morning breeze?
I was looking for
An intelligent graduate girl
for my son's marriage
For having brainy generation
A computer science graduate is one
Who has no life and has no fun?
His love for programming just died
His heart at the sight of DFD's just cried
TWAS THE LIGHT OF angel THAT SHONE UPoN