Cecil (C.J.) Krieger

Silver Star - 4,168 Points (09/30/1946 / Woodstock, NY)

Cecil (C.J.) Krieger Poems

121. Not Enough Time 1/13/2016
122. A Perfect Day 1/24/2016
123. Old Time Phone Calls 2/2/2016
124. Her Shadow 2/5/2016
125. The Circle 2/9/2016
126. Center Fallout 2/11/2016
127. A Winter Day 2/18/2016
128. Kilimanjaro 2/23/2016
129. Forever 2/24/2016
130. Hiding In Summer Nights 2/26/2016
131. Lost 2/28/2016
132. Just One More Dance 2/29/2016
133. Planes (Worlds Shortest Poem!) 2/29/2016
134. Es Ist Ein Wunder 3/2/2016
135. Annulment 3/3/2016
136. In The Grand Scheme Of Things 3/3/2016
137. You 3/4/2016
138. 2 Versions Of 4 Seasons 3/4/2016
139. Warmth Without Edison 3/5/2016
140. Loud & Clear 3/6/2016
141. By The One I Love 3/8/2016
142. What Love Is All About 3/8/2016
143. The Joy Of Missing Stars 3/9/2016
144. Cotton Wool Clouds 3/10/2016
145. Woodstock Is Gone 3/13/2016
146. Change 3/14/2016
147. It Rains 3/15/2016
148. Oh Nightingale 3/17/2016
149. He Still Whispers 3/23/2016
150. The Bomber 3/23/2016
151. Once 3/23/2016
152. Sleepy Cat 3/25/2016
153. Shipwrecked Jack Mckay 3/28/2016
154. The Chess Master 4/1/2016
155. His Perfect Love 4/4/2016
156. For All Eternity 5/18/2016
157. Non-Fiction 12/6/2015
158. Faucet Eyes  12/6/2015
159. At The Time 12/6/2015
160. The Phone Booth 11/24/2017

Comments about Cecil (C.J.) Krieger

  • Will Barber (5/26/2010 9:03:00 PM)

    C.J. Krieger is a vital force for good. His boundless appetite for love and life is an inspiration, and his eloquence is dazzling. He is a dauntless fellow of infinite jest, and full of kindness.

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  • Francesca Johnson (10/20/2006 8:10:00 AM)

    Enjoy the twists and turns in your poetry, CJ. Particularly like the fact that your poems are short but immensely meaningful and so readable. And I can see the Brautigan influence in some of them, although you have a style all of your own. Your poems 'talk' of your life and loves, and tell a lot about YOU. Looking forward to your books. Francesca xx

  • Goldy Locks (5/28/2006 8:30:00 AM)

    Cecil, I admire how you capture the essence of so many events with your elegant,
    natural style. You make them extraordinary. It is beautiful.
    Best care,

Best Poem of Cecil (C.J.) Krieger


When night
Filled our home with darkness
And moonlight danced
Through the frosty winter windows
I would watch you
Dancing to yesterdays music
Wearing nothing more
Than a silk scarf
That covered a joyful smile
And enchanting eyes

These days the winter nights
Still fill our house with moonlight
And though I still watch you
Dancing to a time gone by
We have grown older
While the light of the moon
kindly softens the lines
That have grown upon our faces

These days all that I can see
In the quiet of the night
Is a young ...

Read the full of Blessed

At The Zoo

Crisp air and freshly fallen snow
The sun sitting cold in the sky
Fell across the land
Casting shadows long down the road
Far into the night
Touching all the animals
At the Bronx zoo

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