For The Little Graduates
For You, Our Little Graduates
You are not very much aware,
but your parents had so much more to share.
Proud as if you've made it that far,
knowing your journey is yet a par.
Your first travel with a star,
Twinkling lightly from afar.
To mom who doesn't want a war,
Achievement is never blur.
To most parents who agreed,
to their graduate who has achieved,
And those who aim for a righteous award,
They will also give you the reward.
During School Days
You can not just imagine,
how your mom rushed each and every morning.
Waking time is an hour or two,
before school bus will pick you.
Tie-ing your shoes, combing your hair,
brushing your teeth, and cutting your nail.
Those are just the basic things,
We try to accomplish each mornings.
Always checking the list,
Request by your Miss
Assignments on the list,
Never should be missed.
Preparing breakfast before you go,
And fixing things you have just throw.
Remember those tantrums you ought to know,
Make Dad and Mom bite their jaw.
On Rainy Days
When things get worse,
We never traced a feeling of remorse.
Seem you would never run out of source,
Mom just wanna backride on a horse.
Forget the good, forget the bad.
But never forget about a Dad.
Who had been working very much harder.
In taking his time much over,
just to pay your accounts after.
Well then, you have to remember,
How things turned out to become better.
Remember when you made your first letter.
And found out there's more to discover.
Oh, those hugs you have never missed,
From Mom and Dad who always kissed.
7 Heavenly Virtues
7 Contrary Virtues
Remember The Seven Heavenly Virtues
Put this in mind so you'll always REMEMBER.
That FAITH will help you BELIEVE.
That HOPE will make you ACHIEVE.
That CHARITY will guide you to be KIND.
That FORTITUDE will push your COURAGE and BRAVERY.
That JUSTICE will enforce FAIRness and HONESTy.
That PRUDENCE will insist you to become WISE and SENSIBLE.
That TEMPERANCE will teach you to MODERATE.
As you go along your way,
Fill your mind with a clear perspective.
And to every endeavor you lay,
May GOD guide you to what is able to perceive.
No, do not forget to play.
It's all yours throughout the day.
Humble yourself before others
but do not let yourself get drowned
and pull by your brothers.
What do you want your child to be when he/she grow-up?
For whatever you want to take to,
Tell your dad not to frown at you.
There is nothing to be amaze,
For this is not yet the beginning of a race,
neither the first chapter you want to embrace.
Just always remember,
when you had first discover,
On every book with so many chapter,
It's the Introduction first after its cover.