Herbert Nehrlich Poems
|1125.||Mccain Will Lose (He Must)||9/13/2008|
|1127.||The Curse Of Statistics||9/16/2008|
|1130.||A Case Of Having A Need To Know||9/17/2008|
|1131.||Will Evil Win?||9/18/2008|
|1143.||A Beam In His Eye (Haiku)||9/25/2008|
|1144.||A Website Of Age And Decay||9/25/2008|
|1145.||Noodles In 1945||9/25/2008|
|1146.||The Real Racists||9/25/2008|
|1147.||Jack And Jill||9/26/2008|
|1148.||Nice Girls Do?||9/27/2008|
|1149.||One Woman's Menopause||9/27/2008|
|1150.||A Dull Featherweight||9/28/2008|
|1157.||Need, Not Love||9/29/2008|
|1158.||Coffin Nails For Dummies||9/30/2008|
I was not looking when you found me
you stopped just long enough to smile.
I felt your presence all around me
and hoped that you would stay awhile.
You hurried on - you had your reason
and faded slowly in the light,
'twas hot, the highest summer season:
And then you turned - I'd hoped you might.
You flashed a brief but lovely look,
it made me feel quite weird.
Then silly me 'What if she took
offense at my gray beard? '
Then you were gone, the sun left with you,
the night air came with sudden force.
And to this day I often miss you
'Twas early morning at the Holy Vatican,
the Pope was making rounds of his small kingdom
Most of the rooms were lavishly appointed
with oriental rugs on all the floors and walls,
and golden trinkets for few eyes to see.
The smell of freshly roasted coffee from the kitchen,
and many cooks in culinary mode,
they stepped through solid portals now, with fourteen locks,