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School Class Poems

These School Class poems are examples of Class poems about School. These are the best examples of Class School poems written by international poets.

Premium Member A Lesson in Wit and Humor
Written: February 23, 2024


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© Sotto Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: childhood, class, fruit, funny,

Premium Member cows and ants
When a class is boring, the air can feel close and rebreathed - not a comfortable feeling for a COVID child. When the class is...

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Categories: class, humor, school, student,

In Front Of The Class
In front of the class
she obediently stands
her fingers locked in cradled hands
with downcast eyes and trembling lip
she leaks a tear that sears her soul
then meekly...

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Categories: class, school,

Premium Member move-in
We moved back into the residence yesterday - we were jubilant - and had a slumb-over last night, to celebrate our reunification. We woke up...

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Categories: class, fun, holiday, humor,

The Online Class
With the high-altitude ambitions,
they climb the hilltop to catch signal.
They are lush and lovely 
as the landscape behind them.
These children of forest live 
in the...

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Categories: class, education,


These are poems about AI (Art-ificial Intelligence) and poems about science.

The AI Poets
by Michael R. Burch

The computer-poets stand hushed
except for the faint hum
of their...

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Categories: class, confusion, education, farm,

After Cummings Poems

These are poems I wrote after the poems of e. e. cummings...

by michael r. burch, age 16-17

teacher, take a look at my life,

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Categories: class, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Caecilius Est In Forum
Caecilius est in forum
eyes closed as he spoke
looking as old, ash covered
as the language he was teaching
clinging on, barely, the class
drifting beyond windows
and tennis courts

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Categories: 6th grade, class, destiny,

Premium Member Tuesday Class
Tuesday lasses
we all have classes
get up and go
there’s no time to waste
join the flow
there’s no reason to wait
everyone’s hustling
coffee guzzling
bus shuttling
paper shuffling
syllabus assessing
apple-watch checking
there’s a...

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Categories: class, humor, morning, school,

Elite Street
It’s great to be a member of the global elite,
   The bean poles in my garden are standing proud and neat.
Organic veg is...

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Categories: class, holiday, international, power,

Premium Member High Class
I was an elementary school teacher, with dreaming eyes to the rosy future,
Like the emerald, cherry blossom season, arriving later rather than sooner.

As a creative...

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Categories: class, career, fantasy, imagery, nature,

Sad Boys In Class
We sat in class,
Doing nothing new,
As time passed,
Teacher is late! Finish the work due!

Waited there, waited for long,
And someone started tapping his desk,
We all started...

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Categories: class, humor, humorous, school, teacher,

Early Poems Xxiii
These are my early poems, or juvenilia...

by michael r. burch

there are mornings in england
when, riddled with light,
the Blueberries gleam at us—
plump, sweet and fragrant.

but i...

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Categories: child, childhood, class, voice,

The Way Ahead
What lays ahead

 I have, for some time not eaten boiled cabbage  
it is not of the slightest importance if not boiled 
with shoulder...

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© Jan Hansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: child abuse, class, emotions,

Nashville Covenant Haiku
As springs’ budding blossoms emerge
the raptors glide mercilessly.
—Michael R. Burch

I wrote this haiku-like poem on 3-27-2023 after the Nashville Covenant school shooting massacre. Keywords/Tags: Nashville,...

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Categories: class, america, bereavement, child, child