Top 100 Poems About: EDUCATION
Top 100 Poems on / about
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1.Education Gives Us........
Does the education give us more knowledge?
Make intelligence sharp to cut the edge?
Does it inspire intelligentsia to take more pledge?
Is it simply the symbolic gesture in form of badge? read more »Hasmukh Amathalal
2.My English Sucks ….. [english ('poor') : Almost Medium Length; Education And Life; Ph- Inspired]
When I were schooled english wernt my thing.
My scores in English lurning no bells done ring.
Yea I grajaded but ain't english smart ….no lie!
Come end a school year the teach said 'By Bri.' read more »Bri Edwards
You want to be in a gang
And shoot up everything with a bang
You say they'll have your back
But education is what you lack read more »Norena M. Jones
At school I sometimes read a book,
And learned a lot of lessons;
Some small amount of pains I took,
And showed much acquiescence read more »James Kenneth Stephen
5.The Higher Education
(Harvard's prestige in football is a leading factor. The best players in the leading preparatory schools prefer to study at Cambridge, where they can earn fame on the gridiron. They do not care to be identified with Yale and Princeton.--JOE VILA in the Evening Sun.)
"Father," began the growing youth,
"Your pleading finds me deaf; read more »Franklin Pierce Adams
6.EducationEdward Kofi Louis
How hard it is,
To learn and write,
To prepare and fight,
The evil exams! read more »shalini kts
8.The Song Of Education
III. For the Creche
Form 8277059, Sub-Section K read more »Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Education is important
Right from when an infant
Education is not about college read more »Sylvia Chidi
Within time's stress, amid the facts of life,
Not in monastic solitudes, we find
A way to that is higher than ourselves. read more »Robert Crawford
11.Is Education A Business?
Is Education A Business
Is education a business
Or should it even be? read more »Nadalia Bagratuni
12.The Plight Of The Modern Education Or Why Johnny Can'T Read
The plight of modern education,
Is much more complicated than some imagined.
You see at first, read more »Nadalia Bagratuni