Imelda Ortega Suzara
Imelda Ortega Suzara Poems
- Last Words 'Students, whatever my ashes are worth, Remember...
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I am 50+ years old, a Philippine Canadian dual citizen residing in Toronto Ontario Canada. I like reading and writing sonnets because they have a strict format which is easier to do than creating a new one for rhythm and rhyming. Various subjects and cultures interest me and like diversity and multiculturalism. more »
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'Students, whatever my ashes are worth,
Remember life is full of dialogues.
Thus, forgive me and my ego henceforth,
For filling your ears with my monologues.'
The class clapped, applauding his final speech.
'Sir, you are morbidly memorable! '
The compliment made him blush like a peach.
'Parting ways can be intolerable.'
They lined up for his parting autograph.
'Thank you for all your lectures in English.'
'When you exit my class, my epigraph
Will ring in your ears! Avoid all foolish
Conversations. Speak with elocution.
Die by disease, not ...