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Some suitable poems to use to say goodbye to students include Helen H. Moore's "Summer's Here," “Aloha’oe (Farewell to Thee)” by Queen Lydia Kamakaeha Lili’uokalani and “Farewell” by Emily Dickinson. Teachers, professors... More »

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Goodbye poems for teachers include "Farewell is now old," by Chitra Arvind Mehta, "Goodbye to my best Teacher," by Junaid Ali and "Don't Want To Say Goodbye," by Asha Cook. More »

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Some good poems for fourth graders are "Bed in Summer" by Robert Louis Stevenson, "When Children Eat" by Margaret Horst Yoder, "Fireflies" by Elizabeth Jenkins and "Who Taught the Birds" by Jane Taylor. "Friends" by Abbi... More »

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Good poems for sixth graders to read include "Chicago" by Carl Sandburg, "I like to see it lap the Miles" by Emily Dickinson and "Jabberwocky" by Lewis Carroll. Sixth graders can also practice writing haiku to develop th... More »

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Some poems about heaven are: "'Heaven' -- Is What I Cannot Reach!", by Emily Dickinson; "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell," by William Blake; and "Heaven-Haven," by Gerard Manley Hopkins. "Paradise Lost," by John Milton, ... More »

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Famous poems about being thankful include "Gratitude — is not the mention" by Emily Dickinson, "Tintern Abbey" by William Wordsworth and "I Thank You God For Most This Amazing" by E.E. Cummings. Other everyday poems abou... More »

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Poems about sisterhood include Christina Rossetti's "Noble Sisters," Lucille Clifton's "Sisters" and Emily Dickinson's "One Sister Have I in Our House." Rossetti's poem focuses on two sisters with different moral compass... More »

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