The teacher at my kindergarten graduation ceremony was my idol, a woman who was born and raised in New York City, a writer, a poet and an artist who knew so much about what it means to be an artist.
And for the first time in my life, I knew I wasn’t alone.
I’m a kindergarten graduate who, like many of you, wants to be recognized for the way that she creates art.
But she was a little more than a kindergarden graduate, she was an artist, a teacher, and a poet.
I think of myself as a teacher of a gifted student.
I wanted to write a poem that I would want my child to read someday.
I had to think of the whole picture.
I thought of all the ways that my daughter could be inspired by a poem.
I was thinking of the way she might read the poem, “The Little Flower of Brooklyn” by the late Maya Angelou.
I was thinking about how her eyes would glow when she read it.
I knew that I had a poem in front of me, and I wanted it to be a poem she would be proud to read.
I asked myself if I could write a song for my daughter to sing to her, and when I was finished I asked her if she could come up with an idea for me.
I’m an older mother, but I also have a lot of confidence in my daughter, so I decided to do it myself.
I did that for about an hour and a half and ended up with this beautiful poem.
It’s titled “I’m A Kindergarten Graduation Poem,” and it’s called “Kindergarden.”
When I first saw the poem I was really excited.
It was my favorite poem of all time.
And I wanted my daughter’s graduation speech to be as beautiful as my graduation.
I loved writing it.
I’ve always had a very strong love of poetry.
I love poetry as a way to connect with people, to share ideas and stories and to be inspired.
I have this idea that poetry can be a way of showing that we can all grow.
And I also love the story of how I came up with the poem.
I remember reading the poem to my husband, who is a poet, and he said, “I can’t believe that you would write a kindergarten graduation speech about a poem.”
I have to admit that my husband is a very intelligent man, but at the same time I was very nervous about how I was going to read this poem to him.
But I decided that I wanted the poem for my own daughter to read to her.
So I had an idea that would be a little bit different than most.
I’d like my daughter—who was born in the 1980s—to come up to me and sing a song about me.
She would sing it to her mother and her brother.
And she would tell her story.
And then I would tell the story about how she was inspired to write this poem.
Then she would sing a poem of her own.
I would ask her what she was thinking at the time.
I would ask what she had learned from her parents and teachers.
And the more I got to know her, the more the story grew to be more about herself.
And so I wrote the poem about a year ago, and then I took it to the teacher.
And now I’m writing the poem myself.
I wrote the story to show that we’re all connected, that there is a voice that sings from the hearts of all of us, and that’s a really important part of our education.
And it was a wonderful moment, I’m so grateful that my child’s speech was as beautiful and beautiful as it was.
It was my hope that she would find it and that she could be proud of it.
And we had a lovely moment.
And it was very emotional.
I love that she can’t see the poem as an act of vanity.
It wasn’t a very big poem to begin with.
And her mother wanted her to come up and sing it, so that’s really what we were hoping for.
But I think the poem is something that can inspire and connect a child with other people.
And hopefully, we can give her a poem to read in her classroom.
And when she is ready to go to class, that poem will be there, in front the class.
And my daughter is a wonderful young person.
She’s smart, she’s smart.
She loves art.
She wants to see what happens when people come together and do something together.
And she can relate to this poem and appreciate what it’s saying.