Elliott Rosenberg Poems
- A Beautiful Friendship What started with a smile ended with a...
- American Woman American Woman - - - - - - - - - - ...
- The Woods The Woods - - - - - - - Have you ever made love ...
- Song Of Silence Song of Silence - - - - - - - - - - - Today...
- Dark Ages Dark Ages - - - - - - The aroma of hell ...
- Bar Maid When providence proceeds with caution, eluding ...
- Levity Levity - - - - If I can dream to fly away, Where ...
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A Beautiful Friendship
What started with a smile ended with a shovel,
so I thought.
Fifty years later behind the church,
Where the hurly-burly began.
Though the silence begged for empathy,
Yearning maternal touch,
Sloped I stood,
Ringing the bells of everlasting friendship.
Then I turned to the campanile,
entrusted to my care,
Housing the carillon that pronounced Quasimodo's love.
Symbol of purity,
which rises unsullied through the evening sky.
Wider than a smile?
When will your sailors come home!
Festive and morbid among the sea, ...