Lewis Eron

Rookie - 20 Points (July 26,1951 / Englewood, NJ)

Lewis Eron Poems

1. Every Breath Is A Prayer - Nishmat Kol Chai 2/12/2006
2. Forgotten Prayers - Sonnet 5/4/2006
3. George, Lou, Morrie And Sam - Sonnet 5/4/2006
4. To B.I. - A Sonnet 5/4/2006
5. Wonder Rabbi - A Sonnet 5/4/2006
6. Mother Sarah - A Sonnet 5/4/2006
7. To I.S., Now In A Nursing Home - A Sonnet 5/4/2006
8. To H.R., Now Resident In A Nursing Home - A Sonnet 5/4/2006
9. The Song Of Freedom - A Prayer Reflection On Mee Kamocha 1/31/2007
10. All Torah’s Paths Are Paths Of Peace - Prayer Reflection 6/11/2007
11. Theodicy 9/9/2007
12. Angel Vision 20/200 11/2/2007
13. A Box Of Chanukah Lights 11/13/2007
14. Small Wonders 5/30/2008
15. Your Bubbe Rochel Is Cared For In The Home 6/17/2008
16. Counting Blessings 8/2/2008
17. The Day Of Judgement 8/15/2008
18. Eulogy For Will, Just A Week Short Of 18 8/15/2008
19. Mattathias Of Modim - A Poem For Hanukah 12/23/2008
20. Death Is No Mere Farm Hand 7/20/2009
21. Dedicating The New Icu At Cooper University Hospital 7/20/2009
22. Dickie’s Dead 5/10/2010
23. Shalom Aleichem, Malalchei Ha Shalom - Peace To The Angels Of Peace - A Sonnet 5/4/2006
24. The One Who Renews Creation Every Day - Prayer Reflection 5/4/2006
25. Like A Darting Deer - Prayer Reflection 5/4/2006
26. Everning Prayer 5/4/2006
27. Final Confession In The Ccu 6/22/2006
28. The One Who Without Failing Renews Creation Daily - Prayer Reflection 5/4/2006
29. Rosh Hashanah 5771 9/3/2010
30. Angels Don'T Die 9/12/2010
31. Burying Grandma On A Very Cold Morning 9/19/2007
32. Thanksgiving Prayer 11/16/2007
33. Memorial Day Memories 2011 5/30/2011
34. Marking Lines – Havdalah Reflection 11/4/2011
35. In Death's Presence - Ruchama Will Always Be Three 3/11/2012
36. Vidui (Final Confesional Prayer) For A Bride (50 Years Married And 10 A Widow) 3/13/2012
37. The Birthday Of The World - Meditation For Rosh Hashanah 9/5/2012
38. The Prophet 6/26/2013
39. Stories 6/26/2013
40. Eden Memorial Chapels 6/26/2013
Best Poem of Lewis Eron

Gettysburg

In Gettysburg I walked
Amongst the multitude of monuments and marble markers
On Cemetery Ridge
Where bronze soldiers stand ready
And canons are aimed to meet
The gray Confederate foe
With canister and grapeshot
Rifle and bayonet.

I stood where Lincoln spoke and Picket charged
And heard a man boast to his son
“This is where we fought.”

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Everning Prayer

I was born out of silence
Formed out of stillness
With the first great cry,
'Let there be! '

To exalt and adore you
And at times ignore you
The one ever lonely
As you reach out to me.

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