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Pomp and Circumstance

* I wrote this one years ago when I graduated college.

Pomp and Circumstance ©

 By La’Kisha DeVon Jordan

Feet keeping rhythm

As I march to the sweet song… 150 more words

Poetry

Salutatorian Speech: Fight for her Right and Freedom of Speech and Expression

Parochial school in QC orders salutatorian to discontinue speech

Krisel Mallari (in graduation toga) with her family | Photo courtesy of Mallari

Full speech courtesy of Krisel Mallari… 792 more words

Freedom

supposed words of wisdom

Today is graduation day.  Since the first March I’ve had as a teacher, I have always grown nostalgic during this time of the year, which peaks at the time they fall in line to receive their most valued diplomas (or rolled plain bond papers).   1,021 more words

30s

Mortarboards and gowns

Today, Callum, my boyfriend, finally graduated with his Masters degree in psychology.

We went to the Barbican arts centre in Central London for the ceremony as he did his degree with OU. 259 more words

Life

Ten More Weeks

Starting Monday, I will have ten more weeks of my college career. This fact is incomprehensible, and I predict that I won’t even notice the truth until I am wearing my cap and gown in June. 474 more words