Elena Plotkin


Elena Plotkin Poems

41. I Am Lonely -new- 9/14/2016
42. I Am Meth- Written By Anonymous 4/11/2014
43. I Came Here By Taxi 12/24/2013
44. I Shan'T Ever Forget Thee 7/15/2013
45. I Want To Be The Man In The Relationship 3/24/2015
46. If I Find Fault 6/27/2016
47. If I Stay Where I Am 4/6/2016
48. If Only She Knew 1/29/2016
49. Life's Work 6/12/2014
50. Lost Connection 8/15/2013
51. Love And Marriage 7/26/2013
52. Ma'am 7/26/2016
53. Mistakes, I've Made A Few... Thousand 4/28/2014
54. Mom's Little Feet And Little Hands 5/8/2014
55. Mother 5/8/2015
56. My Grandbaby 7/10/2013
57. Nameless The Blameless 12/9/2015
58. Nameless The Blameless, The Teen 12/30/2015
59. New Year's 12/28/2015
60. Noble Warrior 11/24/2015
61. Not All Fathers Will Get A Chance To Celebrate Father's Day 6/6/2013
62. Oblivion 6/18/2013
63. Off Kilter 4/18/2016
64. Off Kilter Ii 5/4/2016
65. Oh, The Single Life For Me 3/2/2016
66. Old Yeller 4/15/2016
67. Orange 12/11/2013
68. Please No More 7/12/2013
69. Practice At Home 1/4/2016
70. Response To 'I'M Going On Military Leave' 2/21/2014
71. Retirement 5/12/2014
72. Revenge And Spite 8/2/2013
73. Self-Perservationist 1/29/2016
74. Sorrow 2/21/2014
75. Step Back 8/14/2013
76. Suddenly Marooned 6/1/2016
77. Sugar Man 3/5/2014
78. The Bearer Of Your Rejection 11/10/2015
79. The Best Mother In The World 5/9/2014
80. The City's Homeless 7/14/2013
Best Poem of Elena Plotkin

Ballet Dancer

They used to call me twinkle toes,
And I had my fill of admirers and beaus.
I was quite a dancer of ballet,
My pirouette and my grand plié
were talked about for months and days.
I had my choice of theaters and plays.
I was photographed and interviewed.
I had rich men begging me for an interlude.
I had money tossed at me as if it were confetti,
I was envied by people that were talentless and petty.
And then all at once at the very peak of my illustrious career,
I lost it all because I developed a taste for hamburger and beer.

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Time Is A Runner

Time is a runner who runs every race.
But he never runs in just one place.

You can’t hide from him; he’s everywhere.
And yet he’s always gone before you get there.

He doesn’t care that you can’t catch up.
You can’t expect him to stay and wait up.

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