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Adjunct Poems - Poems about Adjunct

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...I can’t just ignore how tight it hugs me How it caresses through my soul How it exposes pretence of innocence overhaul A touch of it sending goose bumps all over me I can’t hide anymore, from bea......Read More
Categories: adjunct, courage, extended metaphor, sensual,
Form: Free verse

Ode to human immuno deficiency virus
...Hi we wear and cage if we feel like peppered if we ever awe by worrying if we ever contact a cultivated mistress of excuses and hardlucks acids and gas are explosions hey we may catch fire......Read More
Categories: adjunct, love,
Form: Ode
Boy in a Crumbling Landscape
... I was born to a city. Once was that city, grout and soot were my bloodline I was in it that city, and it was in me, my eyes were hundreds of windows, thousands of street lamps. I was......Read More
Categories: adjunct, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Money Mute
...The judges judged wrongly, the wealthy mute the court, poor masses cry, for Justice is an expensive commodity, the court murmur, mumble without bubble, and adjunct the case till monday morni......Read More
Categories: adjunct, judgement,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Westward Bound
... The past was locked in with very little 'right of passage'. The present was also 'on lockdown', but plotti......Read More
Categories: adjunct, childhood, home,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Canzone Poem Form Example
...Poets Collective multi-site network Canzone The canzone is an Italian form with strong similarities to the sestina. There are no rhymes; instead there are five keywords that determine the structur......Read More
Categories: adjunct, poetry,
Form: Canzone
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; Plea......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.......Read More
Categories: adjunct, analogy, angst, appreciation, atheist,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Seraphima
... Rare, to watch such an angel fly Heaven-bound to grace the sky Wings of feathered clouds, repose Blushing sunsets paint he......Read More
Categories: adjunct, angel, death, life, metaphor,
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 piec......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?
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 ......Read More
Categories: adjunct, funny, irony, philosophy, psychological,
Form: Free verse
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 instanc......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 coul......Read More
Categories: adjunct, perspective, poems, poetry, thanks,
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.......Read More
Categories: adjunct, inspirational,
Form: I do not know?

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