Jan Freundschuh

Rookie - 0 Points (November 1946)

Jan Freundschuh Poems

1. Barn Burned 3/8/2012
2. The Truth And Nothing But 3/8/2012
3. I Met A Child-Saint: 3/8/2012
4. In Praise Of Looking It All In The Eye 3/8/2012
5. What I Know. What I Wonder. 3/8/2012
6. Pink Flowers, Near Kitchen Towels 3/8/2012
7. Sign Of The Times (Song Of The Sheep) 3/8/2012
8. Merely Players 3/8/2012
9. The Poetry Of Life 3/8/2012
10. Desire To Communicate 3/8/2012
11. Ars Poetica #2 3/8/2012
12. Drifting Canoe 3/8/2012
13. Carrier Pigeon Without A Note 3/16/2012
14. Man Distills Nature 3/18/2012
15. Why She Picked Him 3/27/2012
16. A Hopeful Way Of Thinking 3/28/2012
17. The Code 3/30/2012
18. After Reading A Collection Of 180 Talented Poets 4/1/2012
19. To A Chilled Person 3/9/2012
20. Garden Lessons 4/6/2012
21. A Kind Of Freedom 4/10/2012
22. When You Are Trying Too Hard 4/22/2012
23. Projecting Female Sexuality 4/22/2012
24. Different Kinds Of Heroes 4/6/2012
25. Trying To Alter The Course Of The River Of Thought 4/6/2012
26. Dream Interpretation 4/30/2012
27. Expansion Hurts 5/3/2012
28. Meditation On Sleeping....Dying.... 5/4/2012
29. Abiogenesis -Origin Of My Life 5/6/2012
30. My Painting 5/8/2012
31. A Very Small Theft 5/16/2012
32. How To Remember Past Lives 5/21/2012
33. Do You Hate The Cuckoo Bird? 5/21/2012
34. Available Entertainment Here In Animal Land! 5/25/2012
35. Design-A-World 5/3/2012
36. Birth...Death....Birth 4/1/2012
37. Common Squirrel 3/8/2012
38. My Jeans Became Wet From The Rain 3/9/2012
39. Little Poem About Petunia 4/6/2012
40. Like The Movie, The Matrix 5/19/2012

Comments about Jan Freundschuh

  • Karen Deeks (3/10/2012 2:33:00 AM)

    Jan is one mighty fine writer.. Her poem Wet Jeans is so uplifting and reminds me of when I was young and a rebel.

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  • Karen Deeks (3/10/2012 2:31:00 AM)

    Jan is one mighty fine writer! ! Her poem Wet Jeans is just the most beautiful write which whenever I feel a bit under parr I like to read as it cheers me up and makes me feel the rebel I once was..

Best Poem of Jan Freundschuh

'The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner'

As a small child my father
Showed me the pretty lights of
The big city
As we drove home at night.
Twinkling lights.
But pretty soon
Those lights looked to me
Like the City of Abandonment
Asking one giant question:
'How would you like to be lost
In this dark city alone,
Twinkling lights
Mocking, jeering at you.
Hold tight to the armrest, little girl,
Or this sight
Will be your next

To this day, I have to close my
Shake away the giant cityscapes,
Like a Boogie Man, ...

Read the full of 'The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner'

Common Squirrel

I'm needing to write
In praise of the
Common squirrel.

If there is anything more amusing,
I have yet to see it.
Is there anything that shows greater
Joy of movement?
...More conviction that the world is his

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