Posts Tagged ‘school’

Top Secret Class Meeting – A Poem

By Gloson On March 5, 2013 No Comments

Hello guys. Last week I wrote a poem, the Bibliophile, to practice for #MMPoetry 2013. The next word I received was “clandestine”, which means a secret underground meeting.

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Ahoy, classmateys! Listen up! The teacher is not here.
She has gone to the restroom, and we all are in the clear.
So come on, mateys, let us meet and let no one detect us.
We want to prank the teacher; we want no one to suspect us!

Now, are you reader for top secret, private information?
Good! Do this, and this, then this. And stand in this formation.
Great! Clandestine is dismissed, and—Oh!—Here comes the teacher!
Ready? 5, 4, 3, 2, 1—Happy Birthday Mrs. Beecher!

Hope you like it! Rate it on a scale from 1 to 10 in the comments below. Thanks! You can also give me another prompt word below. I will write whatever you prompt till March 11. 🙂



The Worst Punishment – A Poem

By Gloson On December 10, 2012 4 Comments

On the ninth of May, I came to school.
My teacher said, “You are a fool.
Because you’ve made me very mad,
the punishment for you is bad.

“You have to hug a dirty hog
and run a twenty-one mile jog.
You have to sleep in a dumpsite
with rubbish on your left and right.

“You have to kiss a hundred frogs
And bathe about two hundred dogs.
You must ride a bike with no wheels
And touch ninety electric eels.”

I almost let out a loud scream.
Before that, I woke from this dream.
Because it was the ninth of May,
I dared not go to school that day.



I Do Not Want to Be a Fish – A Poem

By Gloson On May 30, 2009 4 Comments

I do not want to be a fish,
”Gulp,” is all I can say.
When fierce and hungry sharks chase me,
I’d have to swim away.

I’d have to eat the yucky seaweed
in the big blue sea.
The very salty water is what
I’d have for my tea.

I don’t want to be caught by fishermen
who come in ships.
They’ll then sell me to people who
will make me fish and chips.

I do not want to be a fish,
I think it is not cool.
And honestly, I really don’t want
to live in a school.