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Poem Details | by Mario DE PAZ
Categories: school,

Professionality

Aim of some teachers?
It is not education
But simply put marks.


Poem Details | by George Zamalea
Categories: courage,fear,education,

THE CLOUD OF TONE

There things education should give
Pain and despair, and 
The other the spirit of quit.


Poem Details | by Larisa Rzhepishevska
Categories: education,

Sex Education

Sex education
Brings tears and sensation,
The youth frustration.


Poem Details | by Ravi Sathasivam
Categories: philosophy,education,

my own proverb

" Education is like the depth of an ocean, when we swim in it, we will never drown" - Ravi Sathasivam


Poem Details | by Victoria Anderson-Throop
Categories: black african american,li

STORM COMING African tribal violence

Storm coming, madam
Me-- I’m going up country-- 
Lay low and stay sweet*


*stay sweet--stay alive



Victoria Anderson-Throop
Nairobi, Kenya
November 26, 2012


Note: Political unrest near Nairobi, Kenya due to election strategies. Polish nun told me that she was warned by a local moonshine runner to hide. Too late. She was pistol whipped by local police who wanted more protection money. Didn’t get the money (it was a free clinic, so nurses had no money) Police beat the nurse/nuns and absconded with the very rare and precious AIDS meds to sell to the hospitals.Free AIDS clinic was forced to close.(Kenyan government does not have free health care for the poor)   Nuns are recovering then being transferred to other clinics. Three went back to Europe forced into early medical retirement due to permanent injuries sustained by police and/looters. The care program(education and/or placement) for the children whose parents were AIDS patients is gone. Children have taken to the streets in desperation.  Count your blessings.


Poem Details | by Daljit Khankhana
Categories: faitheducation,

Short cut hints

Is academic education for human welfare or to kill innocents?
Then why do we practice only to rape a poor for false prints?
We like to live a luxury life but never identify the living dents,
Trying to achieve without honesty and using shortcut hints,
You eat fresh then why is dirt growing in belly to seek mint.


Poem Details | by Daljit Khankhana
Categories: faitheducation,

Short cut hints

Is academic education for human welfare or to kill innocents?
Then why do we practice only to rape a poor for false prints?
We like to live a luxury life but never identify the living dents,
Trying to achieve without honesty and using shortcut hints,
You eat fresh then why is dirt growing in belly to seek mint.


Poem Details | by Doris Culverhouse
Categories: childhood

Offensive Talker

Mouthy, offensive
Talking rudely out of turn
Learning deficits

Classroom victims-child
Awaiting salvation, and
Great education!


I wrote this for my son, who goes to school and got punished because of the groups wrongly 
talking too much, he felt it wasn't fair. I have been there too.


Poem Details | by Ravi Sathasivam
Categories: philosophy,

My own proverb

My own proverb..... "However much you are educated, if you are not self-disciplined, Your education would be a waste” - Ravi Sathasivam All rights are reserved 2014


Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez
Categories: art,

JOURNEYS 2


Orchard Road buzz
Many feet zigzag;
Shopping sprees call


Zoo Night Safari park
Nocturnal wildlife stalk;
Peek beyond the dark


Bubble tea shoppe
Mind-boggling flavours;
Thirst-quenchers ply


Local zoo visit
Well-fed wildlife glowing;
National education works


Journeys end
New beginnings spur;
Scratch-and-Win ticket


So many tribes
Skin colour harmony;
That's Singapore


Paper puzzles
To decipher;
Know-how defaults


School day crowd
Not so long ago;
Blend of many colours


Momentary fragment
Experiential movement;
Seek to pry stillness


Skybridge meditation
Active brisk walking;
Mantra in motion



Leon Enriquez
01 August 2014
Singapore