Graduation poems congratulating the graduate on all he/she has accomplished. These poems truly address this very significant point in time. They are great for all ages of graduates. The focus on achievement and on the future. They are heartfelt and serious. Sometimes you want to say more than just "you made it".
There have been 45 U.S. presidents. That's a lot! But do you know what there aren't a lot of? People who have memorized all the presidents of the United States! But if you like U.S. presidents facts and want to be one of the few people who have memorized each and every U.S. president, there's an easy way to make that happen.
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Have you ever wanted to memorize all the U.S. presidents? Does it seem too hard? It stands to reason. For starting with Washington and learning the others by rote memorization won't wash. And it isn't a ton of fun either. But there's a better way! In YOU CAN MEMORIZE ALL THE U.S. PRESIDENTS, a fun poem has all forty-five U.S. presidents. And it rhymes to boot! Along with the poem, there are fun quizzes as well. So if you've been hard pressed to make a dent in memorizing all the U.S. presidents, don't veto this chance to fill the bill!
Here's how it begins:
Imagine names inside a mix!
We'll add them one by one.
Repeat this ...
These are declarations of love. They are honest. They are simple. The poems vow to take the honouree and put them up on a pedestal. Nothing can really promise, like a poem of words on a piece of paper. It can be handwritten, it can be typed. As long as it's legible, it will be heard, and hopefully appreciated.These can be used to woo someone, if you can't find the words in your own mind. They can help direct you as to how you too can put your thoughts and ideas and plans on the line, by putting them out there to be heard. When confusion sets in, the pen to a paper is always an amazing methodology for helping the confusion clear. Nothing cleans up the muddle like a great love poem. They are cathartic, beautiful to hear, and truly appreciated, when they are offered to your true soulmate. The can change your world forever.
My poems involve everyone without any exception. We never know why, how, and when we were born. Everything we do now is more or less taught to us. The search within involves getting back to our origin and an attempt to find answers to the questions we inherently possess in our conscience. What better than poetry can provide a clue? Rediscovering our self can be a wonderful journey. It is the same story but unique to each individual. There are so many realms to poetry, but what strikes me is the 'Here & Now' element. This is truly the most joyous experience of our being. I have tried to share some of these moments here in this book.
A new and unique book of poetry, Frustration Flowers is a journey through phases of life that are integral to the process of becoming a complete person. The reader is lead through an ongoing metaphor comparing the human heart with that of a special breed of flower that sprouts, grows, and blooms only when nourished by frustrations. Structured around a single series of nine poems that describe this cycle, the 174 poems in the book fit rather well into categories entitled Flower Chant,Insanity Flower,and Dying Flower to name a few. A new author, Amber M. Thille has no trouble proving her prowess in both prose and poetry in this debut publication. While the poetry speaks for itself, her ability to weave a web of words is also illustrated in the section introductions where the significance of each section to her is explained. Both Frustration Flowers and Ms. Thille are sure to have a promising future.
NEW in Kindle edition ONLY: 14 new poems and bonus material not available in print ...
*This choice collection of premium poetry includes fifty free flow verses, based on inspiration and encouragement for all types of people from any age group. Life and its occurrences are very demanding, and it is too easy to become constantly engulfed in your happenings to where you forget what really matters, Yourself.
The author of "The Luck of a Friendly Card" (Novella) on e-Kindle books/Paperback, and author of "Five-Star Daydreams" (Short Stories) also on e-Kindle books and Paperback Version.
This is a collection of cures and passions that span the spectrum of the human experience and aims to strike at the heart of the individual, our social presence, and the spirit of the imagination.
With this as our muse, and if we just take the time, we just might find how some of the more inspirational, thought-provoking, or surprising peeks into the makings of our busy world can be found between the pages of poetry, prose, and biting satire- to allow an artist to speak for your secret thoughts, cleverly point out the obvious, or to bring to light the wondrous subtleties that we may miss as we struggle, or just simply work, our way through the day.
The anthology begins softly enough, spotlighting haiku's, love, family, heartfelt emotions, and tales of romance. It then moves into the vast ...