Tribute to a President (a poem of inspiration)

By you, brighter mornings to come...
By you, brighter mornings to come...
Your seeds are sewn...flowers grown...
Your seeds are sewn...flowers grown...
You leave more seeds and flowers as a testament to your service...
You leave more seeds and flowers as a testament to your service...
Your tenure in office...
Your tenure in office...
Your meteoric flight to shine brightly...
Your meteoric flight to shine brightly...
You have left us all a fine legacy to follow...
You have left us all a fine legacy to follow...


Thank you Mr.President for your dedication, is a just commendation,

You are a fine example of a family man, is evidenced in your devotion.

You serve as good advocate, a spokesman, of humanistic application,

This to be a demanding office, with a public's incessant aggravation.


Stressful times leave those signs, as in your facial lines, the greying hair,

Such pressures of office, takes its toll in the worry, of its wear and tear.

There's no better man, one to understand, more humble, actions, as fair,

Always to be seen in your expressions, of just how much you really care.


You're regarded, as an honest man, common problems you understand,

The voice of this nation, as a grand ovation, better relations in your plan.

Your upbringing, a testament, of the human spirit, a genuine compliment,

Our acknowledgement, your even temperament, in you, we're confident.


You are a protector of every race, and in your reflection, is a positive face,

You're presidential servitude, the future to reveal its magnitude, in its grace.

You're honorable, ours to fathom, speaking of freedom, your words of wisdom.

We may rest assured in your competence, having confidence, in your chiefdom.


We must confess, you have so blessed, this nation, a multi-racial consideration.

You've carried on, as time has flown, seeds were sewn, you're flower has grown.

The flowering spirit, shines so bright, helps us to find our ways in the darkest night.

A shooting star, meteoric in its flight, you've given us your best, with all your might.







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We my rest assured and more secure, as a result of your presidency...
We my rest assured and more secure, as a result of your presidency...

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whonunuwho 13 months ago from United States Author

The real shame in us as human kind...we must let history rather than present day, guide us in our praise and adulation.


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word55 13 months ago from Chicago

This is a wonderful tribute to The President who should appreciate it very much. I think his presidency has improved world relations and the possibility that there is no limit to who can attain such a prominent office. Great poem no doubt whonunuwho.


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whonunuwho 13 months ago from United States Author

Thank you word and blessings on this fine Autumn evening. whonu


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swalia 13 months ago

A lovely tribute to a leader who has committed his life to serving the nation!


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whonunuwho 13 months ago from United States Author

Thank you my friend and blessings. whonu


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bravewarrior 13 months ago from Central Florida

Whonu, who did you have in mind when you wrote this? I know being president is a tough job - certainly one I wouldn't want, but I'm having a hard time coming up with a U.S. President who has done right by We The People.


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whonunuwho 13 months ago from United States Author

My poem was in honor of Abe Lincoln. Let all presidents use his name and service as an honorable role model. whonu


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bravewarrior 13 months ago from Central Florida

Ah, now there's a good one. Well done, whonu!


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whonunuwho 13 months ago from United States Author

Thank you bravewarrior. whonu


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aviannovice 13 months ago from Stillwater, OK

This is very true. The Presidency is not an easy job. Considering some of the candidates, it has turned into a buffoonery.

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