Bob and Alex Eichen

Rookie - 100 Points (06OCT58 / Alton, IL)

Bob and Alex Eichen Poems

1. My Son, My Soul, My Sun, My Sol 6/10/2007
2. The Battle Of The Sun And The Moon 6/10/2007
3. The Battle Of The Moon And The Son 6/10/2007
4. The Warrior Fool 6/10/2007
5. It's Only Pain 6/10/2007
6. Owed To E. A. Poe 6/10/2007
7. To All My Fallen Brothers, You Are Not Forgotten 6/10/2007
8. The Banner Knight I 6/11/2007
9. The Banner Knight Iv Faces Of Life 6/11/2007
10. The Banner Knight V The Face Of Death 6/11/2007
11. The Banner Knight Vi To Win True Love 6/11/2007
12. Warrior’s Dream 6/3/2007
13. Too Late The Dove Understands Holy War 6/26/2007
14. Attention! Warning! Attention! Warning! 8/29/2007
15. Don'T Write Poems Without It 8/30/2007
16. Life 9/3/2007
17. Why Me? 7/17/2007
18. Summer Man In Winter 8/9/2007
19. Hard To Explain 10/6/2007
20. His Name Was Baron 12/12/2007
21. In Spring I Met The Autumn Man 1/4/2008
22. The Banner Knight Viii Falls The Knight 1/7/2008
23. Please Read This Poem Only In The Event Of My Death 1/11/2008
24. The Last Will And Testament Of Poet Robert E. 1/13/2008
25. In The St. Louis Sun 2/1/2008
26. The Banner Knight Ix Knightmare 3/24/2008
27. This Is Only A Test! 4/21/2008
28. Surgeon General's Warning 5/30/2008
29. Love's Mad Lament 6/15/2008
30. Sometimes A Poet Is Just A Cigar 6/27/2008
31. One Poet's Hope 7/1/2008
32. One Poem Closer To Death 7/26/2008
33. One Poem Closer To Life 7/27/2008
34. Forever Less 10/4/2008
35. One Poem Closer To Heaven 10/6/2008
36. Menagerie 2/25/2009
37. Five, Six, The River Styx 3/21/2009
38. Fun On The Flaming Phlegeton 3/27/2009
39. Canto Xxv The Cocytus 6/22/2009
40. Andrew's Paradox 7/9/2009

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Best Poem of Bob and Alex Eichen

Death

I'd appreciate the angel more
If she'd stolen the memory with the man.

I can just see-

No distant glares at our places;
The pallisades and tennis courts,
The road at 3 AM.

No blood drawn lip at pictures,
No pounding on the mirror.

A shadow space of air at every anger...
A look-away at every laugh...

In place of memory, a sunlit lake-
A time I stood in thought...
With no idea of what was lost forever.


(This poem was written by Alexander Eichen)

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The Warrior Fool

A warrior sat on a mountain of skulls,
after a bloody great war.
He looked all around for someone to kill,
his body was battered and sore.
He saw one foe left, as war torn as he,
perched on a vast pile of arms.
'I cut off their arms, ' the warrior said,
'For then they can do me no harm.'
'Your pile is bigger than mine, ' said the first,

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