David Levitas

Rookie (14-03-50 / Debden)

David Levitas Poems

1. The Crucible 11/25/2006
2. Affections 11/25/2006
3. Things Mend 11/25/2006
4. Hats Off To..... 11/25/2006
5. An Elegy 12/1/2006
6. Still Dreams 12/9/2006
7. The Best 12/22/2006
8. Tuffeting 12/28/2006
9. What Remembers 12/29/2006
10. With Head Out Of Water 7/16/2007
11. Chronically 7/16/2007
12. Out Of Joint 7/16/2007
13. Language 7/16/2007
14. Un Baise 11/6/2006
15. Gravity 11/10/2006
16. The Lie 11/10/2006
17. Children 11/10/2006
18. Autumn Melancholy 11/14/2006
19. Ground Zero 11/14/2006
20. Brazil 11/16/2006
21. My Home 7/16/2007
22. Four Seasons 7/19/2007
23. The Kick 7/20/2007
24. Puffed Up 7/20/2007
25. The Environment 7/20/2007
26. Grief 10/14/2007
27. Misery 10/14/2007
28. Imagination 10/17/2007
29. Affirmation 5/23/2008
30. Hell (2000) 8/20/2009
31. The Judgement Of Creation (2000) 8/20/2009
32. Ye Angels Weep (2000) 8/20/2009
33. A University Education 8/21/2009
34. The Heart It Is The Matter Thus.... 8/26/2009
35. A Musical Interlude 8/26/2009
36. I Saw The Moon..... 8/26/2009
37. Mother Earth 8/28/2009
38. How Nature Gives 8/28/2009
39. Within My Garden's Plot..... 8/28/2009
40. I Will Not Pass.... 8/28/2009

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Best Poem of David Levitas

Cigarettes

Countless cigarettes, they mark my time of mourning
Ash trays full to the brim emptied, they sign my lines of dawning
When the stress and strain evaporate
And my limbs are free of tension,
The tension of a disembodied mind disembowled by fate
And necessity turned her visage to my pity
Which welled and disappeared like a roaming heart
That made a mockery of my life, my art.

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The Lie

Do not take the lie however much it comforts,
Do not bite the false ho'er much it sings,
For truth will see the virtual through its diaphonous wings
And the good out clarion the jingle before its ring.


For error paves the way of falsehood
Evil strews its barbs with the lie's breath
And whatever seems to follow from its substance

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