Jacqueline Czel Poems
- Newly Indentured Servants We watched him drown out his ...
- Pražské Jaro ~ Prague Spring It was whispered by staff, ...
- Lady Of The Forest Ever untouchable she sits in her bramble ...
- Raised By Griots (Bards) A child of Spirituals found in old ...
- Beauty And The Bed He loved her wanton ways and the feel of ...
- Angry Ghosts Blood pools and trails in patterns across ...
- Sunday Shoes I'm going to put on my Sunday shoes and shake ...
Jacqueline Czel is a modern poet and author who currently resides in Boston. MA She has penned over 400 poems and publishes daily on the blog Iambic Utterances and Other Wayward Words. She also writes short stories and fantasy novellas for Kindle readers. more »
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Newly Indentured Servants
We watched him drown
out his frustration and fears
in way too many tall, dark beers
and preach to the choir in the bar.
Like everyone else, he works
and mostly pays his own way
but the BIG bill come due has it's say
and takes half of what he earns,
so he drinks himself silly while
lamenting he can't go back home.
He's been out of school for a
year and is indentured to
his massive student loan
and he can't marry A___ now
because they'll never be able
afford a wedding or buy a home
and they can't stop to have kids,
because she's got a huge, ...