Paul Hartal


Paul Hartal Poems

121. Lost Love's Distance 10/8/2011
122. Love At First Sight 9/7/2014
123. Love Is Like A Painting 8/27/2014
124. Love Knows Not 'Why? ' 10/28/2011
125. Love Never Dies 11/17/2011
126. Loveless Love 12/18/2014
127. Magic Stairs 5/9/2014
128. Marriage Vows 6/12/2015
129. Massacre In Nanjing 9/24/2012
130. Meaning And Eternity 10/5/2011
131. Medals 10/12/2011
132. Medical Statistics 11/10/2011
133. Medicine's Malady 11/1/2015
134. Meditation In Nineteen Words 1/30/2013
135. Meeting In Belsen 10/3/2011
136. Modigliani Nude In Haiku 8/6/2014
137. Moment In Frame 10/6/2011
138. Money And Love 11/12/2011
139. Mother Of Success 8/2/2015
140. My Life 9/29/2011
141. Mystery Of The Immovable Car 12/17/2012
142. Nephron And Tulip 12/13/2014
143. Never Say Never 6/7/2015
144. Nevertheless 4/1/2015
145. Nine Views Of The Huangshan 12/20/2014
146. No Rhyme, But Reason 3/18/2013
147. No Secret: The Rwandan Genocide 10/3/2011
148. Now? 10/18/2011
149. Nurse In Evergreen Of Absence 10/22/2011
150. Obelisks 9/29/2011
151. Ode To Irena Sendler 6/1/2012
152. Oh, Poet 5/20/2012
153. Oh, The Zebras Keep Coming 4/12/2015
154. On The Killing Fields 10/6/2011
155. Once Upon An August Dreamy 12/5/2011
156. Only One Love 10/6/2011
157. Ontological Verse 5/17/2014
158. Oranges And Grapes 4/28/2013
159. Organic Poem 9/30/2011
160. Painting For Hitler 10/3/2011
Best Poem of Paul Hartal

They Come In Seven Sexes

An old wing of the university
housed the laboratory.
She passed through a narrow corridor
oozing the autumn moisture
of the morning rain.

She put on a white polyester coat,
adjusted her seat and then
placed the Tetrahymena
under the microscope.

“What are you doing? ”
asked suddenly a baritone voice.
Ruth looked up surprised
and saw Tom, a doctoral student
of anatomy, standing next to her.

“Oh, I do some research
on this tiny critter”, she said.
It is a single-celled animal
from the Protozoa family,
called Tetrahymena, a ...

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My Life

My life is a Corinthian acanthus leaf
On an intricately carved classic column
Enchanted pellucid palace
Silent opaque sandglass
On an amethyst shelf
Byzantine transition
From circle to sphere.

My works are gothic objects

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