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Category: Poetry

Never Again (Conversations with God)

On December 19, 2012, I visited Yad Vashem, Jerusalem’s Holocaust memorial. “Never Again” is a feeble attempt to put the horrific events of the Holocaust and my humbling experience in […]

The Voice at Hand

Your voice is the sound of words spoken, The combination of thoughts and actions taken From the undertow of emotions that overflow Like an upwelling of encouragement From the gushing […]

The Prism of Perception

Perception is the prism Through which experiences Are imprinted as memories. It is the Window of Vision That emerges from the narrow void Of nothingness as a guiding light For […]

Somewhere on the Horizon

Somewhere on the horizon A ship is sailing in our direction, To save us from this lifeboat That has become our prison For thirty tumultuous days. Salvation appears too distant […]

Poetry Is a Musing

Poetry is a musing For architects of the word Who construct language from thin air To describe the world as they see fit. Every poem has a story That the […]

Intrigue

Curiosity is the force That brings two strangers together, Who walk along two separate paths at first, Only to collide with one another And discover something familiar in the unknown. […]

The Eyes

Behind every wall and frame, There are oceans of faces Looking, searching, But never finding. The exploration is thorough, As if they are hunting a thief Who was reckless And […]

“The Truth about Change”

We seek change when we see fit. We want change when there is a problem, When we have had enough of it. There is something unappealing About the people and […]

“Tongue-in-Cheek”

The written word Comes tongue-in-cheek To the author That uses characters to speak. It is not complete fiction That syntax and diction Can face each other As metaphors and contradictions. […]