Rev. Dr. A. Jacob Hassler


Rev. Dr. A. Jacob Hassler Poems

1. The Sport Of Kings 12/6/2006
2. Insignia 6/29/2006
3. Hymn Xxix 12/18/2006
4. Schism 11/7/2006
5. I Almost Robbed A Bank Today 11/30/2005
6. Budd 1/5/2006
7. Hallo Microsoft! 4/29/2005
8. Thankyouverymuch 8/8/2005
9. Spiderhair 9/12/2005
10. Rape 1/23/2006
11. Lignano 2/3/2005
12. Princeton 9/29/2005
13. Uncle Josef 4/26/2005
14. Anesthetic 12/7/2004
15. The Agency 2/15/2005
16. Untitled 12/3/2004
17. Big Easy 12/6/2004
18. Well Done 3/31/2005
19. Poetaster 12/10/2004
20. Document 12/9/2004
21. This Pen Is A Piece Of Shit 12/9/2004
22. Morning After 3/9/2005
23. Tradin' Paint 2/2/2005
24. Papercuts 3/9/2005
25. I Remember Zimmy 7/13/2005
26. The Top 500 Poet List Blues 8/15/2005
27. Leather Jacket 3/21/2005
28. Akimbo 11/22/2005
29. Blessed Yoke 3/9/2005
30. Ode To A Black Pen 12/3/2004
31. Very Same Firsts 2/18/2005
32. The Laugh Of God 12/9/2004
33. Etc. 2/15/2005
34. Bribery 4/18/2005
35. Tiny Battles 3/23/2005
36. Christine P., If You Read This, I Still Remember You 10/3/2005
37. Acquaintance 12/3/2004
38. To The Illegitimate Child 7/6/2005
39. For Laura 4/12/2005
40. Courtship 2/15/2005

Comments about Rev. Dr. A. Jacob Hassler

  • kskdnj sajn (5/3/2006 11:35:00 PM)

    To the witty man that cracked me up by stating...'perversion isn't a hobby, it's a lifestyle!

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  • Siana Casram (1/23/2006 4:03:00 PM)

    Bloody brilliant! Brutally honest, cynical yet strangly upliting outlook that is so well expressed. Hands up to a poetic genius! (btw, i'm new at this, so if you wanna give me some tips...)

  • Wanda Swim Strunk (11/30/2005 10:08:00 PM)

    Just checked out your work again. I am fishing for something new.You amplify my lack of talent. I dig your style, look forward to reading your poems in the future. I want to invent a drink and name it after you, too bad pink squirrel is already taken.

  • Michael Shepherd (11/29/2005 6:22:00 AM)

    You are amazing, wild, sharp, witty, edgy, now, subtle, succinct, even lovable, and dammit talented. Now I know why I hate you.

  • Erica Francis (11/2/2005 7:28:00 PM)

    If possible, I ask you to write some more.

  • Uriah Hamilton (10/25/2005 8:51:00 AM)

    I know I’ve commented here before, but I need to again:
    Many of your poems have humor, some the blunt truth,
    In the case of Christine, amazing fragile beauty! Always
    Continue to express your vision, Jake!

  • Jackson Kilroy (10/20/2005 6:05:00 PM)

    Don't hate the playa. Hate the game.

  • Uriah Hamilton (7/27/2005 11:12:00 AM)

    Jake, I think you are a really good poet, I hope you write a million poems!

  • kenneth william snow (3/10/2005 7:43:00 PM)

    a. jacob, Thanks for the advice on my poem, I've made a change in the verse you suggested and I believe it works well. I like the way you use rhyme particulary in 'The Rejection Slip'. I see you are from Philadelphia...I grew up there and still work in the city. Thanks again for the advice and keep on producing poetry.
    Kenneth

  • Joy Vanderhelm (3/3/2005 5:22:00 PM)

    Wow! Such an imagination. I enjoyed almost everything of yours in this site. It's left me craving for more. I'm espescially impressed with Burelesque Haiku, Big Easy, and Fingerprints. Theyu're my favorite. Write on, Jake!

Best Poem of Rev. Dr. A. Jacob Hassler

A Shitty Day's Redemption

nothing makes a lousy day better
than seeing a sexy woman at the
convenience store
in her office attire with her white
half-sweater buttoned snugly around her breasts
and her black hair pulled back, her
face barely creased with the lines of experience,
but still retaining the glow of her youth
perhaps she is there on her lunch break,
choosing between the
chocolate chip cookies and
the granola bars as her perfume
drifts lazily down the aisle

she strides around the shop
confidently, silently demanding the
attention of every man in the ...

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Lignano

those sweet summer days
we would walk hand-in-hand
swim together in the sunlight
and write our names in the sand

now the sunshine has disappeared
all the skies are gray
i walk alone and watch the waves
wash our names away

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