poems about educations
Instead of writing a poem from a student’s perspective, consider putting yourself in a teacher’s shoes. What would an aging teacher think when looking at young faces all day long? In this gloomy poem, the narrator (an instructor) is feeling depressed about getting older, but trying not to spread his grim outlook to his students so they don’t feel as “sentenced” as he does.
The classroom is a compelling setting for a poem. After all, it’s a place where you can succeed beyond your wildest dreams, open your mind to new ideas, take on new challenges, and make friendships that will last a lifetime. It can also be the setting for a host of negative experiences — everyone’s time at school is different. But no matter what, at school, it seems there’s never a shortage of subject matter.
A gift of academic rife
A life sustaining material
All I’m saying is that,
If there was a family tree hard work and education would be related,
But school would probably be a distant cousin,
Because if education is the key,
School is the lock,
Because it rarely ever develops your mind to the point where it can perceive red as green and continue to go when someone else said stop.
Because as long as you follow the rules and pass exams your cool,
But are you aware that examiners have a checklist,
And if your answer is something outside the box then the automatic response is a cross,
And then they claim that school expands your horizons and your visions,
Well tell that to Malcolm X who dropped out of school and is world renowned for what he learn in a prison.
An educated man.
By Hassan Ahmed Ibrahim
It is a God’s command that mankind should learn
Without education, the world would be an animal farm
It is the founding mother of civilisation & development
The power of education is the biggest capacity to prosper
It is the weapon you can defeat many human enemies
It is the key for livelihood & way out of poverty
It is the tools to eradicate ignorance and prejudice
It is the rays of the day break opening your eyes
It is a blessed new vision and civilisation born
It is the producer of well-behaving citizens of world
It is a thing beyond the boundaries demarked by politicians
It is the door opener for a better life and hope
It means a better life in the world and good paradise hereafter
It is a lifelong supply benefitting you forever
It is wealth that everyone is not fortunate to experience
It is the thing that increases when you give something out of it
It is a God’s instruction that you should pass on it to the others
It is a gift you have to donate as you gain it
By Gloria Moraa, Grade 3
Education is the key every body needs it