Edwina Reizer

Rookie - 42 Points (12/22/1937 / LAKEWOOD, NJ)

Edwina Reizer Poems

1. Once Again Poor Souls 3/13/2010
2. One Face 3/13/2010
3. All Alone 3/13/2010
4. The Butterfly 3/13/2010
5. One Beat Away 3/13/2010
6. Even As 3/14/2010
7. Silence 3/14/2010
8. The Corner Of My Eye 3/14/2010
9. A Piece Of Paper 3/14/2010
10. Thou Tiny Little Rosebud 3/15/2010
11. Can You Feel It? 3/15/2010
12. Solitaire 3/15/2010
13. Temptation 3/15/2010
14. The Rising Suns 3/15/2010
15. A Lonesome Corner 3/15/2010
16. The Road Ahead 3/16/2010
17. Jealousy 3/16/2010
18. Not The Yesterdays 3/16/2010
19. I'M Fine 3/17/2010
20. I Can'T Hear The Music 3/17/2010
21. Look Ahead 3/18/2010
22. History? 3/23/2010
23. Discovery 3/24/2010
24. Will You Hold Me Close? 3/26/2010
25. The Robin 3/28/2010
26. A Nocturne For Sinners 3/30/2010
27. Commentary On War 3/30/2010
28. Never Is Such A Long Time 3/31/2010
29. Dreams In The Cradle 4/10/2010
30. Clean Coal? 4/11/2010
31. Decision Time 4/20/2010
32. You Don'T Know Me 4/22/2010
33. Renouncing 4/24/2010
34. Hunger 4/24/2010
35. I Shall Speak 4/24/2010
36. I Went To Heaven 4/26/2010
37. Unappreciated 4/26/2010
38. God Is Lonely 4/30/2010
39. Defiance 4/30/2010
40. Darkened Hope 4/30/2010
Best Poem of Edwina Reizer

Survival Of The Fittest

When the lion roars and makes himself heard
all in the jungle shall listen
As he stalks his prey from hunger he feels
on his face his eyes do glisten.

And as he's heard all beasts do scatter
in fear, lest they be prey.
Wildebeasts, gnus and even gazelles
try to get away.

For to end up in the bowels means death
and survival comes to an end.
And the anxious ones who make their escape
nervously make their wend.

Luck was with them on this day
and so they graze and feed,
unaware of when the lion will roar.
They're intent on only their ...

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All Alone

She died in a house
Empty and alone.
They found her there
As cold as a stone.

A stone knows its place.
It stays on the ground.
But it's never alone.
Other stones are around.

But a woman alone
Who simply dies
Is out of place
'Cause no one cries.

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