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Adjunct Poems

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Adjunct Professor
New semester.
Did my courses run?
Oh yeah, but too many. 
Work on my syllabi.
I promise I won’t cry.

The night before class.
I pace the kitchen.
Sending prayers up.
Are you listening;
Please make my students be nice.
Calling my friends for advice.

First day of class.
Please impress...Read More
Categories: adjunct, hope, school, work,
Form: Free verse



I Cooked the Book that Would Not Tap
I Cooked the Book that Would Not Tap
 
A Doomsday, a nightmare gone wrong,
My hand shot with pain and didn’t stop,
Bandages hid the wound I wove for kong,
The silence echoed round the wheel fop.

I screamed with tears which said the...Read More
Categories: adjunct, analogy, angst, appreciation, atheist, beauty,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Seraphima

Rare, to watch such an angel fly

          Heaven-bound to grace the sky

                   ...Read More
Categories: adjunct, angel, death, life, metaphor, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
Money Manager

Pssst ...
Hey kid, 
I heard you came into a trunk load of cash
Can I ask, do you know how to manage it?
Moving from poverty to wealth
is a big deal
Everybody you know,
a little piece they’re gonna wanna try to steal
Take it...Read More
Categories: adjunct, money, people, satire, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Had An Adjunct
Had An Adjunct

We had an adjunct;
Truly bunch of bunk,
So had hid in trunk.

Jim Horn
...Read More
Categories: adjunct, allegory, analogy,
Form: I do not know?



Premium Member Common Cold
Achooo!
It begins, almost always, with a sneeze, 
Which, in some cultures, 
Invites blessings, 
But, in some others, a curse,
As it’s held to be ominous!
Blessing or curse, soon the frequency
And the decibels increase—
Incredibly, irritatingly, inconveniently, and embarrassingly!

I wonder if it is...Read More
Categories: adjunct, funny, irony, philosophy, psychological, , cute,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Boomerang
Karl Marx thought that religion 
Was the opiate of the masses,
Which is true as far as it goes.
In his times and in the circumstances,
He could not have thought better or worse—
Not, for instance, of the boomerang, that is,
The dialectic of...Read More
Categories: adjunct, irony,
Form: Lyric
Before and After
I didn't find PSoup,
no, PSoup found me
I was a poet from my birth,
just not the poet I could be
Before coming to PSoup,
I was a message poet with my own style;
the words I delivered
could make you sad, could make you smile
I...Read More
Categories: adjunct, perspective, poems, poetry, thanks, tribute,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Taking Mom to the Prom
The rented hall ways so surreal.
Cheerful alumnus ranting sex appeal.
Forgive my dropping a time bomb.
Taking Mother to the prom.
Our student body didn't shake.
All others escorted steady dates.
A proclivity prom, above all others.
Our band encrypted, "The Righteous Brothers".
Bobby Hatfield's introverted eyes,...Read More
Categories: adjunct, inspirational,
Form: I do not know?
Read My Poems Will Not Wait
Read My Poems Will Not Wait

Put poems in church newsletter, I certainly do dare
All poets say mine have become beyond compare
Can constantly forever hold you in suspense
Give in by reading poems and be one that relents.

My great poems have often...Read More
Categories: adjunct, humorous, inspirational,
Form: Couplet



Premium Member Theatre of my Soul
The flying sent projections free to see,
from adjunct Astrals singing bold decree.

Perched on Pisces’s cusp, forsaking Plato’s cave,
Puppets casting shadows, chancing me a slave.

They hang from dreams of higher forms, allures
Contempt in self when loving carnal cores.

Haunted by women’s passions...Read More
Categories: adjunct, addiction, allegory, change, desire, dream, philosophy, spiritual,
Form: Couplet
Anonymous Letter
**Anonymous Letter**


That's your lady playboy
left alone for a man like me.
Your failures create an opening
and your just to blind to see.

Penitentiary prone,
institutionalized!
your woman needs companionship,
and she found a sensitive kinda guy!

I'm adjunct in your absence
and put my bid in for...Read More
Categories: adjunct, absence, change, desire,
Form: Free verse
The Darkness at Noon
Joy, gaiety and jubilation,
Party, merrymaking and celebration.
It was a remarkable day of Reena’s life;
Within hours she would be her lover’s wife.
Dressed in exquisite Indian wedding outfit,
With complimenting gold jewelry
An adjunct to her beauty.
She felt like royalty,
Adorned with lavish embroidery.
Preparing herself...Read More
Categories: adjunct, absence, sad, wedding,
Form: Rhyme
LIFE IN GRAMMAR'S WAY
              let today be the present tense.
              yesterday be the past tense.
  ...Read More
Categories: adjunct, art, character, culture, life, miracle, success,
Form: ABC
free cee ADELAIDE REQUIRED AID
                                    ADELAIDE REQUIRED AID 

Adelaide...Read More
Categories: adjunct, angst, me, me, silver, sky,
Form: Double Dactyl
A Need
Black storm clouds sweep across the sky
No where does one see a ray of light
Lost are all hopes all dreams
Pain no time can ever erase
Loneliness like a festering sore
A crying out for life, a need for love
A need to be...Read More
Categories: adjunct, sad, time,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Turkey Talk
I try to make myself very scarce midst the teeming flock,
To reduce the risk of finding my neck on the chopping block!
Why do you put me through this annual frightful scare?
I pray that I won't become your Thanksgiving fare!

May I...Read More
Categories: adjunct, funny, holiday, thanksgiving, me,
Form: Rhyme
A Corner Room
In the space adjunct to a corner room; I left the light on and walked to the dark end of the hallway that was quiet.  Peace intruded upon the chaos that crept up on me loudly down there and...Read More
Categories: adjunct, death, philosophy, me, light, dark, dark, light,
Form: Prose Poetry
Invisible
Like speck of dust from celestial ceilings, I cling
To evaporated water molecules rising, singing into the sky, vacuous regions
Netherworlds have seen me clawing my way OUT
But still I remain invisible to your naked eye
Naked and seen through like space that...Read More
Categories: adjunct, angst, introspection, philosophy, me, me,
Form: Free verse
THE LAST SUPPER
How long in this adamnant course,
the rites perusal brings remorse,
as Jesus given to enforce
the rules of kinship to endorse!

By law, contingent life's concourse
like equity in path's divorce,
The Holy Grail, the one true force
as evermore, scened as resource!

But Jesus given, human...Read More
Categories: adjunct, forgivenessjesus,
Form: Monorhyme