Alliteration Teacher Poems | Alliteration Poems About Teacher

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I the Graduate

Sit me here without merriment have I
Me teacher to I say
Ascertain this thing called Pi
Be fuddled be fluxed be fizzled
Me brain light just dies.

Stand me here what lavish leading tones sings I
Me teacher to I say
Sing the words-vocalize
Loudly Laudably Laughingly
Me soul un lamentably does rise.

Saturated me-self in what knowledge have I
Me teacher to I say
Graduate this day and be baptized
Apprized with fisheyes
Me soul doth now say banzai

Copyright © Mark Goodson | Year Posted 2012

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My Teacher

I'v had so many teachers from whom 
i'm blessed
I cannot say a human is my best
But one i really must showcase
My teacher makes me feel like i'm 
reserving my best
Encourages me to pull out that part i 
hide deep down
Unknown to most he can be a clown
Although he seems very much like a 
stern headmaster
With his trousers held up on his belly
And his outrageously big glasses
I dread the day we'll part 
For this teacher there will always be a 
place in my heart.

Copyright © Oluwatomisin Oyegoke | Year Posted 2011