Shalom Freedman

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Shalom Freedman Poems

41. A Poem Begun In Darkness 5/11/2011
42. A Poem Can Be About Anything Even Itself 3/6/2014
43. A Poem Can Be About Anything In The World 3/6/2014
44. A Poem Can Be Written Anywhere, Anytime 7/29/2011
45. A Poem Can Be Written In Five Minutes 2/1/2010
46. A Poem Can Be Written Too Early 5/3/2009
47. A Poem Can Be Written While Waiting For The World To Go By 7/8/2011
48. A Poem Can Bring Me Back To Hope 1/28/2012
49. A Poem Cannot Diminish The Loneliness 3/8/2014
50. A Poem Does Not Know Itself 7/22/2008
51. A Poem Fails 1/21/2012
52. A Poem For A Single Listener 9/18/2009
53. A Poem For Singers Who End Their Song Too Soon 2/14/2012
54. A Poem For The Morning 10/16/2014
55. A Poem Has A Memory Of Its Own 7/20/2009
56. A Poem Helps Me Get Through My Life 1/23/2016
57. A Poem I Could Not Write All Day/ Suddenly Came To Me 9/1/2009
58. A Poem In Memory Of Shimrit Ginot 10/7/2008
59. A Poem In The Quiet 2/12/2010
60. A Poem Is A Metaphor/ Isn'T It? 10/3/2009
61. A Poem Is A Play In Mood 8/8/2012
62. A Poem Is A Small Treasure 4/22/2010
63. A Poem Is An Adventure 1/12/2013
64. A Poem Is Not Always A Prayer 8/22/2009
65. A Poem Is Not The Answer To Everything 3/15/2012
66. A Poem Is Sad 10/14/2012
67. A Poem May Be Very Small 3/19/2009
68. A Poem May Make You Happy 5/7/2009
69. A Poem Means More Than It Says 6/24/2008
70. A Poem Memorized Many Years Ago 12/1/2008
71. A Poem Mood 3/15/2009
72. A Poem Must Be Written 2/17/2013
73. A Poem Needs A Beauty Of Its Own 4/22/2009
74. A Poem Needs Silence 6/27/2009
75. A Poem Of Frustration, Rage, Bitterness, Resentment, Disappointment, Envy, Sadness, Sickness, Depression, Fear 11/25/2009
76. A Poem Of Joy In Old Age 7/1/2008
77. A Poem Of Pain Is A Different Kind Of Poem 6/20/2011
78. A Poem Of The Sea Is For Me Today In Tel Aviv Chol Ha- Moed Pesach 5762 4/12/2012
79. A Poem On The Last Day Of The Year 10/3/2008
80. A Poem Should Be A Blessing 3/2/2009
Best Poem of Shalom Freedman

The Beauty Of A Poem

The beauty of a poem
The beauty of music
The beauty of light
The beauty of life
The beauty which makes us want to live life more
The beauty which pains us inside
The beauty in longing.
The beauty we come upon by surprise
The beauty of the day and the beauty of the night
The beauty we all have inside us
The beauty we can see and feel and never explain
The beauty that lifts us up
The beauty that makes us want to live more
The beauty that makes us reach out to God
The beauty we want to thank God for
The beauty of lilacs
The beauty of autumn ...

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Words Against Death

WORDS AGAINST DEATH

All the immortals are moral:
Tubercular Kafka spared Treblinka
Lunatic Nietzsche banging a piano to oblivion
Great Tolstoy escaping to a railroad coach,
Gentle Yeats frigid at Ben Bulben.

What lives is a work and that imperfectly:

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