Imelda Ortega Suzara

Rookie - 40 Points (March 1,1965 / Manila, Philippines)

The Professor's Lessons

Being worldly, filled with erudition,
Professor Helmut Wroth, with a Master
Of Communication, perfect diction,
Teaches English, although his thoughts faster
Than his foreign students wroth confusion!
Language was his forte, but Metaphysics
Influence on Earth's civilization,
Plus the occult and spiritual psychics
Gained him the reputation - Eccentric
Egocentric! His wisdom from lost planes
Of existence, various ethnocentric
Groups, foreign travels, including aliens
And invisible beings, oblivious
To others, were to him very obvious!

Submitted: Thursday, July 25, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 19, 2013

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Note: about an eccentric educator who teaches foreign students English with his Master of Communication and interest in Metaphysics and Occult studies; for a poetic play of the same title, done by telepathic collaboration.

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