Valentines Day Poems for Teacher

Valentines Day Poems for Teacher

Teachers have a very important role to play in a person development, during his or her formative years. A teacher plays an influencing role in each and every student’s life, and is considered as a source of light and guide that help students mould their career in the formative years of life. A great teacher always commands the love and respect from his or her students, even years after they have graduated from that particular teacher’s class. In fact we have seen many great personalities who attributed their success to their teachers. Teachers mould us and shape our future in the right path of life, whatever we tend to learn from our teachers always remain with us whether you reach to any height in our life.

While teachers play a very important role in our lives, they are often forgotten and their contributions in molding a child forgotten. One of the best ways of showing your love and admiration for your teacher is to give your teacher a Valentines Day card that you have personalized by using a great poem for teachers. Poetry is the perfect medium that one can use to convey your heartfelt feelings to your teachers and showing them that you not only appreciate their contributions made in your life but also love and care for them. Valentines Day poems for teachers are the best tools to put your thoughts in the form of words on the paper to express you’re affection and sincere gratitude to the teachers. Put some priceless efforts to go through our poems for teachers:

 

Valentines Day Poems for Teachers

 My test isn’t signed
Because somehow
My parents went blind
Now, don’t say it’s my fault,
They left their hands in the bank vault.
Oh teacher, Oh teacher
Do you know why
I was born without wings
And so cannot fly
Thus I am late
Didn’t have breakfast,
So if you don’t mind,
Pass me a plate.
Oh teacher, Oh teacher!
I’ve failed again
Please don’t scold me,
Now you’ll see why,
I was thinking about
Having an eagle’s brain.
…. Sharmila Saheed

I dreamed I stood in a studio
And watched two sculptors there,
The clay they used was a young child’s mind
And they fashioned it with care.One was a teacher:
the tools she used were books and music and art;
One was a parent
With a guiding hand and gentle loving heart.And when at last their work was done,
They were proud of what they had wrought.
For the things they had worked into the child
Could never be sold or bought!And each agreed she would have failed
if she had worked alone.
For behind the parent stood the school,
and behind the teacher stood the home
!

 …. Cleo V. Swara

With a special gift for learning
And with a heart that deeply cares,
You add a lot of love
To everything you share,
And even though
You mean a lot,
You’ll never know how much,
For you helped
To change the world
Through every life you touched.
You sparked the creativity
In the students whom you taught,
And helped them strive for goals
That could not be bought,
You are such a special teacher
That no words can truly tell
However much you’re valued
For the work you do so well

…. unknown

When God created teachers,
He gave us special friends
To help us understand His world
And truly comprehend
The beauty and the wonder
Of everything we see,
And become a better person
With each discovery.When God created teachers,
He gave us special guides
To show us ways in which to grow
So we can all decide
How to live and how to do
What’s right instead of wrong,
To lead us so that we can lead
And learn how to be strongWhy God created teachers,
In His wisdom and His grace,
Was to help us learn to make our world
A better, wiser place. .

…. Kevin William Huff

The Clarity you gave to me,
It shone like Angel rays,
Like water rushed on golden sands,
And crashed along the bays.
The questions deep within my heart,
Confused my humble mind,
Yet when you spoke your words aloud
It seemed, no longer I was blind.
The answers all came flooding in,
They touched my inner soul,
The knowledge that you gave to me
Within my heart I hold.
I understood that the events
That troubled me somehow,
Was nothing to be frightened of,
Instead I should be Proud.
I Thank You Sir most graciously,
These words I say aloud,
For the Clarity you’ve given me,
Has made me feel quite proud.

…. Dee Mcdonald