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By Ann Cheney
The curtain falls,
As when a play is done,
And we who stand upon the stage
Await a curtain call.
There comes to those
Who've helped us play our parts
A glowing satisfaction,
That they have helped
To guide, influence, and inspire
The perfection of our roles.
And now the curtain rises
And, as we stand before
The gathered throng
And feel the end is near,
Let through all minds pass
Swift and sure,
That we are just beginning here.
This play was but a stepping-stone
To greater plays,
In the geography of our livesg
A mountain that was scaled,
A river that was fordedg
Or, a tree across the road.
Each barrier, long ago,
Was broken in a different way:
A body with balance
And feet with agility
Danced over stepping-stones,
The isthmus bowed
To the huge locks constructed,
The railroad tunnelled its way
Through the mountain,
Some pioneers forded
The river before them,
By roping large logs
To the sides of their stage-coachg
And one lone woodman
With a team of gray horses
Cleared the brown road
Of the tree which had fallen.
And also in this manner,
We must play each role,
For even when we do not see them,
Even when the footlights blind us
The spectators are always watching
Be they heaven'sg
Be they earth's.
There sit the critics,
Likewise the easily satisfied,
And the intelligently appreciative.
We play to them all,
We each must play well,
Never dropping out of character,
Motivating our action,
Going steadily onward.
And if we should encounter
May it not beat us
To the ground,
But, rather, be an impetus
To do a greater thing.
And while we strive
To do this greater thing,
To play a greater part,
May we always know
That many simple acts
Then, let us hope together,
That none of us will lose
The enthusiasm for lifeg
That this production
Will guide us to a future
So much better,
That we shall never wish
We might relive
The past again,
But direct our steps
Toward that which comes,
Yet keep this play
As a wonderful memory,
Cherished in our hearts.
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by Jacqueline Wilson
We are the graduating seniors.
We,-in the past three years, have instilled a part of us
That good or bad, shall survive us here in the dust of
We are taking up the challenge
Left by those before us whose voices echo in the quiet air,
Whose feet had met these steps with equal youthful dare
And passed on to greater things.
Let that, then be the goal of you and me:
To strive toward greater things.
As the grim eagle on mighty wings
Flies on and up, up beyond all sight,
We, too, must push on.
For life is what we mold it to be,
Obeying the chosen word, paying the given fee,
Life will not ask our choice of ways,
Why then, let Chance be the chooser?
We must not shame either those before-or those coming,
For they have entrusted in our hands the world and life!
Now, oh seniors, shall we mold the way with blazing sword
Or meelcly attend Chance, Oh Lord!
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