Eli Siegel Poems
|2.||Local Stop, Sheridan Square||6/17/2015|
|3.||And There Prevail||6/17/2015|
|4.||Love Lurches Along||6/17/2015|
|5.||Heaven for the Landlord; or, Forthwith Understands||6/17/2015|
|6.||'Tis Loveliess, Sir||6/17/2015|
|8.||Ocean, Mr., Mrs. Blink||6/17/2015|
|9.||Sunlight in Slush, in Puddles, and in Wet Municipal Surfaces; or, Miracle on Eighth Avenue below Fourteenth Street||6/17/2015|
|10.||New York Is Of, in More Than One Way||6/17/2015|
|11.||Hymn to Fourth Avenue||6/17/2015|
|13.||Hot Afternoons Have Been In Montana||4/26/2011|
|14.||Ralph Isham,1753 And Later||4/26/2011|
|16.||The Dark That Was Is Here||4/26/2011|
|17.||Eagles Go With The Fine News To Many Places||4/26/2011|
|18.||Hymn To Jazz And The Like||4/26/2011|
|19.||Twenty-One Distichs About Children||8/10/2005|
|20.||Put Zebras By The Mississippi||8/10/2005|
|21.||Quiet, Tears, Babies||8/10/2005|
Comments about Eli Siegel
Look at Hamlet
What Hamlet’s father said to him,
In Hamlet’s mind grew rather dim.
The lesson is: We can’t obey
Unless our mind is just one way.
Self-reproof Isn’t Everything
The prince soliloquizes;
His indignation rises.
And Hamlet stands reproved.
But Hamlet hasn’t moved.
All about Lady Macbeth
Lady Macbeth, too ambitious,
Caused her husband to be vicious.
Macbeth heeding her commands,
Made his lady wash her hands.
Romeo and Juliet
Is about a family net.
Love fares sadly by a ...
Quiet, Tears, Babies
Quiet in the street,
In the street with houses having babies,
Lately born, lately born.
These babies now are growing,
And the street is quiet now,
At half past six in the afternoon.
Quiet is the street, quiet is the street;
But now, later, a growing baby is crying.
O crying soul, hardly heard,