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Syllabus Poems

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New Poems

Out of the syllabus
It seems that I am the favorite student 
of the teacher called “life”.
Every now and then 
it is  ready with a tough question paper;
and the questions are always
‘Out of the syllabus’
...Read More
Categories: syllabus, judgement, life,
Form: Free verse



Poetic therapy

As we are all part of the same verse,
languages to belong by diverse.
When the pen is mightier then the sword,
rhymed words are the crown of all commerce.
Legislation and constitutions in applicable intellect,
loving words by peacemakers detect.
Therapeutic words are the guru’s...Read More
Categories: syllabus, 10th grade, allegory, appreciation, humanity,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member What About The Gaps
Got my schedule
But there were gaps
I asked people 
Why are there gaps?
They told me the same thing
The empty spaces are times I can do whatever I want

What?
No one ever told me that college is different than highschool
I had no idea
I...Read More
Categories: syllabus, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Free verse
About the School Term that ended this Thursday
The coldness of past memories
nagging in my mind,
when the first sight turns out to be
an army officer in a dark green suit, 
with a rifle in his hand,
not the pleasing dark blue and gold school gate. 

The familiar yells and...Read More
Categories: syllabus, 10th grade, community, conflict,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member SYLLABUS
The steel-sheets,
us underneath,
laid bare —
betwixt our minds
no one else exists.
like magnets
click to
each other —
our kiss
syllabus,
~ ooh la la ~
the spring speaks, headboard
ebbs and flows then it pounds.
learned,
our love lessons, well.

8/1/2019




Yalto Verse invented by Edward Ibeh

Line 01:  3 syllables
Line 02:...Read More
Categories: syllabus, kiss, love, sensual,
Form: Verse



coaches syllabus
Thelo na se pantrefto

wanting and needing often found her
hungry. she'd often find something special
at Dingles Restaurant
a special place that catered to the taste of
strangers, or those who liked
gamey meat, and garlicky breads.
she often had a lot of steaks, tarts and...Read More
Categories: syllabus, appreciation, business, cute love, fashion, film, for
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Oh, Sir
Oh! Sir!

Great teachers changed the world for me,
I sometimes dreamed of teaching too!
"Yet, 'gift' to teach!" stays blasphemy
While 'taught' to teach still make kids blue!
The Peace Corps pushed some faults aside,
Grace opened doors to serve with pride,
New languages, to serve...Read More
Categories: syllabus, life, love, teacher,
Form: Rhyme
Route To WASSCE
ROUTE TO WASSCE

As I step my first leg in Grade 12 race,
My thoughts begin to focus more on WASSCE
As it get closer and closer each day 
Confused I become on the way
I’m I well prepared to avoid dismay? 
Would exams...Read More
Categories: syllabus, books, celebration, character, courage, cute, devotion, encouraging,
Form: Couplet
Lost Impromptu
LOST IMPROMPTU

I know I vowed to stay loyal to you Father
I vowed to work for the good of your kingdom
I know I made promises and even promised to keep those promises
but now I find myself breaking my promises to you
It...Read More
Categories: syllabus, christian, desire, devotion, endurance, faith, gospel, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
WHO'S KNOW
I don’t know,how’s it started?,
Perheps,a situation made me dependent,
A joy,a siren,nurtured my ambition,
But who’s know,it could Change into fraction…….

The journy begins with solving some questions?,
Making practice & to dissolve in passion,
She dissolved,& gets all the answers,
But who’s know,for me,It’s a...Read More
Categories: syllabus, boy, feelings, girl, i miss you,
Form: Ballad



Trans measurement , mathematical interpretation of genderqueer
He, She, they, them, their or choices .
I wonder if your world is round or maybe not because probably your mind is cubical , you are a dice, it is as similar as the dice given as an example of...Read More
Categories: syllabus, gender,
Form: Didactic
Iam Buck King with Pent Tame Eater Re
With Ma Lil Nude Dill

one bilabial fricative smacking
     tongue thrusting (lizard like)
     indefatigable prelapsarian
     Garden of Eden dwelling primate
     doth pine with two lipped...Read More
Categories: syllabus, 11th grade, 12th grade, best friend, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Lesson Learned
Three   middle   schools.   Two   high   schools.
Teachers   stand   out   for   what   they’ve   taught   me.   Made...Read More
Categories: syllabus, abuse, school, teacher,
Form: Free verse
THE BIG QUESTION



THE BIG QUESTION

Are you ever curious about your last day on earth
Does it make you question just what was your worth

Were your acts always equitable towards Man and Beast
Did you help their life's journey or was their pain increased

Did your...Read More
Categories: syllabus, animal, emotions, farewell, imagery, introspection, wisdom,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member It's in the syllabus
I spend a lot of time to write
A syllabus for class:
These are the rules, the dates of tests,
The points you need to pass.

I even make a video
Where I sit and explain
What’s written in the syllabus
So that they can’t complain.

I make...Read More
Categories: syllabus, school,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member PAST PRESENT FUTURE

         PAST PRESENT FUTURE      Triple Acrostic

                     ...Read More
Categories: syllabus, future, life, longing,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member An Odd Group
We meet once a week, an odd group of poetic friends-
Hannah is from Atlanta and wears a bandana,
Abraham always says hello ma'am to me quietly, oh
Timothy is all fidgety, and
Stephen is dreaming and weaving some new write.

Ingrid and me, we...Read More
Categories: syllabus, humor,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Where are you
                       Where are you?

The only one that I seek in day and night, where are you?
  ...Read More
Categories: syllabus, allusion, god, spiritual, symbolism,
Form: Ghazal
Premium Member ANIMA

                         ANIMA 

             ...Read More
Categories: syllabus, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
Eminem Protege 2
Eminem Protege 2

Don't care what you think
 I need Ten Shrinks an Ten Pens Full Of Ink
 To Let my Inner Wisdom Tink
 Colder Than Ten Penguins In A Rink
 My Spirit Fitness & Physique at it's Peak 
Adrenaline Obese...Read More
Categories: syllabus, birth, character, leadership, new year, war, water,
Form: Free verse
Heart Symphony
Your
Soul
And mine
Are in dance
In indigo rhythm
Of perpetual azure sea
Our omniscient genes understands our heart symphony
__________________________________________________________________
21 February, 2016
Heart Symphony Contest
Syllabus per line: 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 as per www.howmanysyllables.com
Original poem using the words : Omniscient, indigo, soul, azure,...Read More
Categories: syllabus, beauty, dance, heart, sea, soulmate,
Form: Fibonacci
Premium Member the Shag
I know a lot of you will think 
that a word like ‘Shag’ is a terrible thing to use.
But, in my life, my world, if you care to discuss:
you’ll learn a thing or two of southern syllabus.  
Along about...Read More
Categories: syllabus, art, beach, birth, dance, music,
Form: Rhyme
Wrong choices

Wrong choices, why do I make them?
Wrong choices, I let fear run my life,
Wrong choices, anxiety knocked , I answered,
Wrong choices, flight or fight, I chose flight...

Wrong choices, I'm so stupid,  I don't know better,
Wrong choices, my heart beat...Read More
Categories: syllabus, absence, allah, emotions,
Form: Ballad
Exam Blues
Exam blues





Midnight oil was burnt,
Entire syllabus well learnt,
In exam hall I went blank,
Looked around as a prank,
My friends had to bear the brunt!




Written May 26th, 2015
Dedicated to all students taking exams
© Dr. Upma A. Sharma
...Read More
Categories: syllabus, angst,
Form: Limerick
Thats not what we need

But they go on and on…
Heightening their credentials from where the only knowledge left them,
They get degrees with their tongues, their lip tips are too strong for a man of relevance,
Jargon only understood by the one who granted the certification...Read More
Categories: syllabus, corruption,
Form: I do not know?