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They are warriors for a just cause, Their great character deserves applause, While the memory of them is bittersweet, In our hearts they will never be obsolete.
Talented, graceful, insightful, and smart That’s what you are to me Your choreography was a work of art  
Talented, graceful, insightful, and smart That’s what you are to me Your choreography was a work of art  
This person is a face at bedtime. This person is your show at screen time. This person is the light you never knew you needed.   When you don’t know what to do, They will show you.
I entered the band room when I was in fifth grade, The man inside looked to me with a smile.  I sat down in my chair with my flute that I played, He told me he could tell I had practiced a while.  
TEN toes as he counts them Curling and uncurling As he commands them to move For one of the last times The doctor showed concern
I came out of the womb A mere spark Ready to learn everything life has to offer Not sure where to begin Or how to go about it But I thank God for my mother She fueled my fire
He who has a voice booming like Zeus’s thunder But, singing so delicate yet clear like no other.   Eyes wide and alert, yet so playful and mischievous.
My hero is invisible. She comes out in the bright colors that cross my mind, The beautiful stories that feed my imagination. My role model is the reason why my trees are green,
My mother has always been there No matter the situation she'll care. She's been my role model Since I drank from a bottle And we'll always be a pair.  
It is very hard for me to pick just one person that I dedicate everything I am to For others it might be simple For others it might be impossible I place myself somewhere in the middle.
I write this for                       you Not because I like                       you Not because I love                       you But         Because your actions
I stood there in the quiet accompanied by the swirling Zephyros A still voice piercing, emanating, delving And my brows furrowed, face contorting
People say I look just like her,  I act and talk like her.  I have her chubby cheeks and smile.  I have a passion for being on the stage like she did.  She was a fighter,
His body was a battlefield With an unconquerable soul Made of fire that burned With the same embers that fueled The flames in his eyes. His mind were the attackers Whose wicked deceptions
For me, I got to experience poetry first through my sister. She is five years older than me and all I aspire to be.
What would I do without her?! I am what I am because of her I do what I can to be her Independent, positive, a walking heart She's too admirable to be true. Day by day
There is no poem long enough To describe the closest person to me. His words spewing out of his mouth like a racecar As he tells the hard times of growing up.  And the many disagreeing debates
I wanna cry but the tears won't show
Wear your cown you've earned it Show you're pride is burning Let no one tear you down Show your colors to the crowd Walk your walk  Strut your stuff  Shout your talk Show them you're Tough
And I'm still thinking why. . . Why did god chose me for this struggle on my journey Who am I, why does my appearance gives the right to judge me.
A person of courage Could be a firefighter, a doctor... Someone who upholds justice. But I found a person of courage in someone else. Someone.. A bit more.. Different.  
My mom is my everything.She knows what’s going on,Without telling her anything.She can pinpoint what’s wrong.
You're walking home from the store It's burning on the pavement floor You have this sudden urge, what for? To pick it up and smoke it   You've never cared to try it When "peer-pressure" as they call it
She always used to say that the world was so unfair that the time was never right to save Her, for everyone lives for themselves, heartbreak a person itself where privacy lies only in thoughts
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