Tag Archives: Self Respect English Poems

A Loving Teacher: Teachers Day Poetry

A Loving Teacher

A Loving Teacher: Teachers play an essential role in our life as an ideal teacher is responsible for the development of the students. Teachers play a vital role in creating a strong foundation of basic knowledge, not only regarding subjects but also for life. It is mostly what we learn at school that helps us throughout our lives when we have …

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Cake Of Friendship: Funny English Poem about Friendship

Funny English Poem about Friendship: Cake Of Friendship

Cake Of Friendship: Defining the importance of friendship is difficult at times, but there’s no denying that the bond of two people who consider themselves best friends is powerful. And there’s no better way to appreciate this bond, than to let your best friend know how much you love them, using some of the best friendship quotes of all time. …

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Children’s Day Special Poem For Students, Kids

Children’s Day Special Poem For Students & Children

Children’s Day Special Poem: Birthday of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru Don’t hate me for who I am. Don’t hit me or shove me around, Don’t make me beg for alms today, Don’t kick my blossoming dreams to ground. Don’t stick me to walls with the MISSING sign, Don’t nip me in the bud for your gains, Don’t rape me. Don’t …

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Wonderful Teacher: Teachers Day Special Poem

Short English Poetry About Class Teacher: Wonderful Teacher

Wonderful Teacher: Teachers Day Special Poem – Celebrating Teacher’s day at school is one of the finest memories from the school days. With no doubt, we can say everyone will agree with it. Beginning to prepare to surprise our teachers with all the decorations along with elaborate plays, essays and speeches is an event that leaves a mark in the …

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Thank You Poem For Teachers: I Want To Be Like You

Thank You Poem For Teachers: I Want To Be Like You

To mark the birth anniversary of the second president of India, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the country celebrate September 5 as Teachers Day. At his tenure during President of India (1962-67), his students and friends wanted to him to celebrate his birthday. Known for his humble nature, he requested, “Instead of celebrating my birthday, it would be my proud privilege if September …

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