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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??... More »

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Examples of famous inspirational poems include "Phenomenal Woman" by Maya Angelou, "If" by Rudyard Kipling and "If I Can Stop One Heart From Breaking" by Emily Dickinson. Other famous inspirational poems are "Dreams" by ... 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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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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Among the many poems dedicated to springtime are William Blake's "To Spring," Robert Louis Stevenson's "Spring Song" and Emily Dickinson's "Spring Is the Period." Some more modern poems on the season are "Spring Is Speci... More »

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