Edwina Reizer (12/22/1937 / LAKEWOOD, NJ)
Biography of Edwina Reizer
I am 76 years old and have been writing poetry for seven years. I taught music in the public schools in NJ for 25 years. I am married and have 2 sons and 3 grandchildren. Many of my poems are in 16 published books and I have also published 5 children's books written in poetic form. To purchase my books please visit: http: //stores.lulu.com/reizerj
I have written 170 songs and 149 of them are available for you to listen to along with videos on You tube.com They are under my name Edwina Reizer.
Edwina Reizer's Works:
16 poetry books Reflections on Living BK.1 and Bk.2
The Unfolding Beauty of Poetry, A Flicker in the Dark,
The Journey, The Perplexity of my Poet's Mind, Unmasked Thoughts, It's All About Love, Poetry For the Soul, Shorts, The Highways of Life Vol.1 and Volume 2, Love, Sweet and Bittersweet and Collected Poems. by Edwina Reizer, and my newest Thoughts of Poetry
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- People Say the Strangest Things -new-
- No Store Bought Dress -new-
- Nature's Fury -new-
- If You Only Knew -new-
- Keep Me in Touch -new-
- My Bare Wrist -new-
- Make Me An Offer -new-
- Human -new-
- Haunted Image -new-
- Amelia Earhart -new-
- Futility -new-
- Duality -new-
- I Wish to Remember -new-
- Happy Birthday Mom -new-
- A BABE'S REQUIEM
- A BALLAD FOR HELEN KELLER
- A Bird's Song
- A BITTER WORD
- A Bleak Black Picture
- A BOUQUET
- A BOY OR A MAN?
- A BROKEN HEART
- A Change in Thinking
- A CHILD ASKED
- A Closed Book
- A Compromise
- A Courageous Battle
- A Demanding Tenant
One face in a crowd is hard to find.
One face in that crowd is on my mind.
How can I find the face of one,
The face that to me is like the sun?
Shiny and bright with a radiant glow,
The face that picks me up when I'm low,
Eyes that light up wherever they are
Just like the splendor of an evening star,