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Short Academia Poems

Short Academia Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Academia by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Academia by length and keyword.


Untitled #124 / The Framework
The framework of the Framers is framed
high in the halls of Academia
now it is obscured by flags and colors
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Categories: academia, confusion, history, introspection, mystery, political, social,
Form: Free verse



If all I did was make you feel
I would be such a bore
that academia would write
a thousand plus a score
of run-on sentences trite
'bout all the things that might
have caused my co-dependency
on lies been told 'tween me and thee....

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Categories: academia, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Redundant Technology
If Academia by the Military, be gifted Internet technology
Then Military replaced with what.  The www.
If Internet was no more use and turned from lamb to mutton
What technology,  do they hold now, those that will press the button....

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© john scott  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: academia, technology,
Form: Couplet
On The Line
Beyond academia
  its cause and effect

Lies a power inherent
  above judgment and theft

Atop its ivory tower
  and smothering vine

Consensus is trembling
 —with truth on the line

(Villanova Pennsylvania: March, 2015) 
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Categories: academia, truth,
Form: Rhyme
On The Line
Beyond academia…
  its cause and effect

Lies a power inherent
  above judgment and theft

Atop its ivory tower
  and smothering vine

Consensus is trembling
  —with truth on the line

(Villanova Pennsylvania: March, 2015) 
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Categories: academia, truth,
Form: Rhyme



Millennial Academia
The tragedy within the new
  school of ‘thought’ ….

To know ‘about’ everything
  —while knowing naught

Where universities foster
  professorial demise

Poisoning the young
  —with their fantasy and lies

(Villanova Pennsylvania: May, 2016)...

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Categories: academia, education, lost, truth,
Form: Rhyme
30 days hath September
Just 30 little days in which to turn around A whole new season, new school year The cooled breeze scented with academia, apples and the most tenacious of roses Spiders invading bathtubs, lazy bees Stubbled fields, the grass now yellow where emerald blades once flourished
6 Sept 2011...

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Categories: academia, nature, seasons,
Form: Free verse
Many Women Deserve a Crown



Many women deserve a crown, anD
Often, they don't need    academiA
Thanks to many hats; we'd      saY
Her hands calms rainbow waves
East, West, North and South, she's mother earth
Resuscitating troubled hearts
Saving those motherless from emptiness. 

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For Tammy Reams poetry contest, April 13th deadline
(On Mother's Day)...

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Categories: academia, mothers day,
Form: Acrostic
the madhouses of paris
the madhouses of paris filled with retired teachers
got their point across
song of waterloo
this napoleanic labyrinth stearing
children to the brink 
madame martina martini
academia nuts cracked open wide

I see a few on the cliffs of burndom
harping their humdrum at the gods of charred sea eternity
and wonder about the love they made
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Categories: academia, addiction, allegory, crazy, education, lonely, longing, lost
Form: Free verse
Thy Dreams and Thy Passions
as he reads the
morning journals
tasting fresh coffee
while, listening
to Pavane
there i stood
this i
truly know,
that my
daddy loves
me so,
because he
sent me
all the way
to the
university
where i earned
all of my degrees
thus, a Rhodes Scholar
in academia
in following
all of thy dreams
all of thy passions
and i
love you
more, daddy...

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Categories: academia, imagination,
Form: Free verse
culture
Culture

Education is good, learning is great
One day everyone will have 
A University degree but the academia 
Will not be so happy 
Street cleaners with letters after their name
Cooks with literary degrees, 
And the status University gives will mean 
Little, everyone is intellectually equal 
Something must be done to stop this rot,
Perhaps wood carving will do,
And leave the education to the masses. 

 
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Categories: academia, missing, satire,
Form: Blank verse
Wealth
Wealth

Thou are of many a kind
And thou are possessed in many a way
Yet some find it hard to accord
With the view of thy diversity

Some are money wealthy
They can afford the world
Some are socially wealthy
They are the world diplomats

Many are scientific Dons
Yes, they make the world easier
Some are the artistic gurus
They beautify the world

 Shall I forget the academia?
The world’s greatest treasury
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Categories: academia, imagination, inspirational, life, uplifting, world,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member keyboard sunday
who ever said sunday isn't a work day
didn't have a park nearby for sundays soap-boxers
academia, politics, sociology, philosophy, religion, you name it
they brought lecturns, stepladders, boxes and chairs to stand on
while passers-by slowed to the gather-round for lecture and debate
it was wonderful...take a book...watch the different ball games...now
it's a desk piled with books and cd's...and a keyboard to say as i please...

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Categories: academia, adventure, age, appreciation,
Form: Blank verse
Returned
The Muse had been gone for years 
I sat alone
she was replaces by Depression 
the Big D
I couldn't write anything of value 
or worth 
Academia replaced creativity 
muck to honey 
now the muse is back 
I can smell colors 
feel thoughts 
my natural LSD
Depression is out to lunch 
the Muse has opened the gates 
the water of imagination 
soaks the stone cold 
once dried dead dam 
Christ came back after 3 days
I've been resurrected 3 years later....

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Categories: academia, depressionmuse,
Form: Free verse
Children Of The Damned
The ethics of duplicity,
  the killing on trial

One law for the criminal,
  one law for the child

The electric chair savage,
  womb murder refined

Academia, the father and mother
  of crime

To lie when convenient,
  truth’s babies to cry

An Einstein, a Lister, a Shakespeare,
  denied

Through dark inhumanity,
  their spirits to roam

Living deep in our consciousness
  —our souls theirs to own

(Villanova Pennsylvania: April, 2019) 
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Categories: academia, abortion, murder,
Form: Rhyme