Teacher Graduation Poems
These Teacher Graduation poems are examples of Graduation poems about Teacher. These are the best examples of Graduation Teacher poems written by international poets.
books, dedication, graduate, graduation,
I am your teacher show me some respect,
I am a diplomatic person who knows tact....
graduation, family, feelings, flower, fun,
Seems like only yesterday,
when I wore a white cap and gown. ...
Am I different because of the letters after my name
It's hard to tell, I still feel the same
There is a distinct sense of achievement
angel, graduate, graduation, innocence,
I learned to type in Jr. High.
I learned to tap the keyboard.
One letter than another...
on and on.
AA Then... B
A Glimpse of TIP Journey
graduation, career, celebration, community, devotion,
A Glimpse of T.I.P Journey
Education never stops and so learning does
The moment we embrace challenges
is the moment we climb and hold this torch
A Pledge to Teachers
graduation, appreciation, children, community, education,
A Pledge to Teachers
When it was time for me
To concentrate and learn
Through your skill and ability
To guide and to discern—
Google and Translation
confidence, education, future, graduation,
My students adore Google so much.
They take it for magic or Midas’ touch
I show them how it translates,
And beg to follow my dictates.
What A Choice
child, graduation, teen, wedding,
When I was a child, ...
graduation, blessing, dream, family, friend,
G=Graduation day I will wear my cap-gown for my dressing. ...
graduation, basketball, boy, child, childhood,
by Michael R. Burch
There is a child I used to know
who sat, perhaps, at this same desk
where you sit now, and made a...
High School Graduation
My high school graduation day
I could be a nurse mother or teacher
Our caps and gowns were red and gold
Small town Iowa kids
We weren't privy to Part I
(Just parents were invited)
But Part II was arranged so
No one extra would feel slighted.
The children came up to the stage
The Toughest Teacher of All
"They are a little rambunctious, " Mr. Pete said. He was a small man, quite wee.
Mr. Dass rolled his eyes, giving me a better perspective,...
Memories of a Chalk
children, class, farewell, graduation,
Silhouettes fade as summer draws near
Yearning for their presence in this barren room
Rippling sounds of one's laughter cause me to tear
Awakens this reverie like scent...
High School days are in the past,
Your childhood bliss is gone.
Future blessings you'll unfold,
As time marches on.......
May each one that comes your way,
bring joy, success...