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Love Poems About Academics or Academics Love Poems
by Annalise Brigham...a.k.a. Audrey Haick |
Categories: childhood, family, children, introspection,

Sestina

Quite often it seems we tell kids, it’s best to be first
They sign up for fun; parents, it seems, for the fame
Whether it’s academics or sports, why not just let kids thrive?

Create environments for learning and fun needed to thrive
Nurture with affection and love; be their springboard first
Build the foundation they will need to handle future fame

A solid foundation will ensure an easy adjustment to fame
In any circumstance, self- assurance makes anyone thrive
Teach them, the game of life is not won by coming in first

Good character first, may lead to fame in which anyone can thrive
~*~


by R. M. Eichmiller |
Categories: depression, emotions, growing up, high school, psychological, school, teenage,

The Poem That Answers Itself

Why should I care,
     About Academics?
     School?
     Saying the same thing twice?
There be no reason, 
     To try in school,
          When failure is nothing less than host, 
     To try with a hobby, 
          When no one reads your
               Stories
               Poems
Why should I care
     About love?
     About aspirations?
     About, poetry?
No one listens, 
     Nor cares.
Confidantes 
     Fail
     Leave you behind
     Are self-absorbed
          and you, nothing less than giving.