gershon hepner

Rookie - 10 Points (5 3 38 / leipzig)

gershon hepner Poems

1. Ground Zero 12/8/2005
2. Nobel 12/8/2005
3. Right Keys 12/9/2005
4. Quintessence Of Dust 12/9/2005
5. Dinah 12/9/2005
6. Rape And Pillage 12/9/2005
7. Tasting Wine 9/2/2005
8. Freed From Prison 9/4/2005
9. Island 4/3/2006
10. Acronyms 4/5/2006
11. Straightest Line 4/5/2006
12. Cojones 4/7/2006
13. Piscatory Precision 4/7/2006
14. Nothing Really Lost 4/23/2006
15. Fanny Fatigue 4/24/2006
16. Salacious 4/24/2006
17. Prophets 3/29/2006
18. Steam 3/29/2006
19. Antiquities 3/29/2006
20. You May Not Cross 4/9/2006
21. Top Of The Torah 4/9/2006
22. Seducing The Chaos 4/10/2006
23. On The Fifth Day 4/10/2006
24. I Love Wry 4/11/2006
25. Anonymous 4/17/2006
26. Brilliance, Passio, Doubt And Terror 3/29/2006
27. Spies 3/29/2006
28. Aha Moment 3/31/2006
29. Can You Count? 3/15/2006
30. Masterpoet To His Mistress 3/17/2006
31. Psychotropics 3/19/2006
32. Just Add Water 3/19/2006
33. Muse Of Fire 3/21/2006
34. Tabernacle 3/23/2006
35. Miriam 3/23/2006
36. Miracles And Mighty Deeds 3/23/2006
37. Song 3/24/2006
38. Manna 3/24/2006
39. Fun To Drink 3/24/2006
40. Craters Of The Moon 3/26/2006

Comments about gershon hepner

  • Jeff Fleischer (11/5/2014 2:30:00 PM)

    Gershon,

    How is it going?

    Jeff Fleischer

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  • Jeff Fleischer (11/5/2014 2:29:00 PM)

    Gershon,

    How is it going?

    Regards,

    Jeff Fleischer

Best Poem of gershon hepner

Abraham

My language always is precise,
but I’m prepared to take advice
from people who can’t follow what
I’m saying. When I’m being hot,
some people cannot understand
my arguments since they’re not bland,
and even when they see I’m pensive,
they sometimes find my words offensive.
Although I try to be pellucid,
it is a nuisance that is deucèd
that I should be accused of being
obscure when I am disagreeing
with people who do not esteem
my words. It wasn’t Ibrahim
who walked with Ishmael to Moriah,
but Abraham who lit the fire
beneath young Isaac. ...

Read the full of Abraham

Ground Zero

Who was the man who sat last night
at the table next to ours,
trying to impress, but quite
as fallen as Trade Center Towers?
He seemed to me to be a ghost
of who he once had been, deluding
himself his life was not now toast,
without a chance of any new
beginnings. What thoughts ran through his mind

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