School Writing Poems

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


Premium MemberDear Awakening Poet by John lawless
Dear Awakening Poet

	Do not fall into the trap of succumbing to “Modern” as a type of  poetry.  Write as if the ink would...

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Premium MemberPositives First, Teachers by Caren Krutsinger
Mighty yes, those horrible, awful statements and words said in a moment of anger hurt members of society.
And phrases written down during a selfish frenzy...

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Categories: writing, humor, humorous, hurt, school,



Premium MemberHit 'Em Up collaboration with Brenda Chiri by Nick Trim
I write like bakers bake,
my rhymes make earth shake.
Going into contest with me was your biggest mistake,
I control the earths plates, tectonics, your rhymes are...

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Categories: writing, hip hop, poetry, power,

In Virtue I Sin by Kurt Philip Behm
It was Hemingway 
  early

And Dickinson
   late

Those early 
  exposures

The trail of 
  my wake

No bar left 
  unvisited

Or...

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PERSONAL WORTH by Lawrence Kumwenda
Personal Worth 
Everyone has value. Everyone has been called for such a time as this to use their unique gifts and experiences to serve others...

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Categories: writing, spoken word, sympathy, words,

Premium MemberInsignificance by Robert Ronnow
Late in life I struggle against my insignificance
When I should enjoy the freedom from performance before an audience.
Applause is happiness but if they withhold applause,...

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Categories: writing, freedom, happiness, life, nature,

Premium MemberA Pen Friend by Gregory R Barden

My dear new friend,
I am writing my first letter ...
I know how to write because of a kind missionary who taught me,
But until you opened...

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Categories: appreciation, dream, friendship, writing,

Perception by Lemuel Giviens
Perception

I alter my perception, before i cut loose,
I alter my perception, before I cut loose
I alter my perception, to stop you
I alter my perception, just...

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Categories: writing, analogy, celebrity, emo, environment,

The Day After by Philip Scheidel
Why do I always get the news the day after?
Is somebody up above watching out for me?
I can almost hear what sounds a little like...

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Premium MemberHyperactive Rhyme Skills by Nick Trim
I'll write my third rhyme in ten minutes,
hyperactive rhyme skills with an infinite finish,
that means never, I'm immortal,
I was not taught to rhyme in school,
it's...

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Categories: writing, confidence, cool, courage, crazy,

When I Was Young by Philip Scheidel
There was a time in my life when I thought I knew it all.
I was so sure that there was nothing more for me to...

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'The Grandstand' by jamie brolin
'The Grandstand'

The years have taken their toll; on the house, crumbled down	
Weatherin’ nor-easter’s heave, and hoar-frost, stricken ground;		
Good men mustered at once, as Countrymen loyal,				
Mason...

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Categories: writing, analogy, childhood, high school,

Remembering Pam by Philip Scheidel
I can’t believe it’s been a year since she’s passed away,
But the memories I have keep her alive in my heart.
I always thought that I’d...

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Kymber Loreleiada - part 2 by Philip Scheidel
I’ll be at every track meet cheering you on.
Whether you win or lose, you’ll never let me down.
A phone call away, don’t hesitate if something’s...

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Kymber Loreleiada - part 1 by Philip Scheidel
This is to my daughter, who has yet to be conceived.
I will love you as I have never loved another.
I make this promise now, from...

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English 101 by Michelle Lefeber
English has never been
A strong suit for me.
Going to class is a struggle
Walking up the stairs
And through the door
Yikes! 
Someone please get me out of...

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Categories: writing, anxiety, homework, how i

Things Could Be Worse by Philip Scheidel
I have to know every step of the day in advance.
I need to make a list when I go to bed at night.
I don’t want...

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Out Of The Blue by Dalton Ogletree
9/29/17


A state of renewal
Cruel
Ready to duel
In a world obsessed with fuel
Don't want no gruel
Just a 100-carat jewel
And a house with a pool

A select few continuing...

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Categories: writing, dark, how i feel,

Premium MemberTranslation of Eric Mottram's 28th Legal: Letter Jan 2, 1966 by T Wignesan by T Wignesan
Eric Mottram on the American literary and cultural scene during 1965-66 while he was the recipient of the American Learned Societies’ award for a year....

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Categories: writing, america, art, creation, culture,

Premium MemberTranslation of Eric Mottram's TIME SIGHT UNSEEN, Part Two by T Wignesan by T Wignesan
Translation of Eric Mottram’s TIME SIGHT UNSEEN, Part Two by T. Wignesan

"Instead of an item in a school of rhetoric, the poem could have variety...

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Categories: writing, art, creation, philosophy, word