Propping his tripod, Hine remembers
Childhood snowfall in Wisconsin,
Flakes careening in prairie wind,
A red sleigh skimming a frozen lake,
Curlicued breath-mist of two dappled drays.
But this is a blizzard of cotton dust
From the looms & thirty
Browse below for poems about graduation.
|1614||The Character of a Happy Life||Sir Henry Wotton|
|1623||As You Like It, Act II, Scene VII [All the world's a stage]||William Shakespeare|
|1807||My Heart Leaps Up||William Wordsworth|
|1845||The Graduate Leaving College||George Moses Horton|
|1875||Today We Make the Poet's Words Our Own||Henry Wadsworth Longfellow|
|1884||The Choir Invisible||George Eliot|
|1888||Invictus||William Ernest Henley|
|1890||Knows how to forget! (433)||Emily Dickinson|