Lewis Eron

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  • Kee Thampi (9/11/2007 12:37:00 AM)

    A real talent poet makes scribble, it may a golden verse..... This man reallly
    worth to say... a inclined one. see what he writes...
    When the sun is swallowed by the moon
    And nature plays a snazzy new tune
    In the time of the birth
    Of a brand new heaven
    And a renewed earth

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Best Poem of Lewis Eron

Ascending Mount Sinai August 1975 Remembered

Dear God
Since we cannot abide your light
Give us a good set of sunglasses
Or better, better night vision
To find our way in the darkness.

I, too, once climbed Mt. Sinai
Starting in the dark before dawn
And made it up safely to view
The red golden sunrise above the dry desert mountains
(To tell the truth, I stubbed my toe,
Tripped on a rock
And bruised my bottom a bit.)
I wrote a ten page letter home later
But then I got hungry
And I really enjoyed sitting in the shade of a rock
Drinking Turkish coffee – sweet, thick, and dark.
Not a ...

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To B.I. - A Sonnet

The Nazis entered Vienna before you thought to leave
Welcomed by many, no doubt, so you sought new lodgings not far
Away in closets, barns and tunnels after you won the yellow star
To mark your race and creed and lead you to deceive
Yourself that in spite of all you could believe
In the messiah’s coming as if he were waiting in a bar
In Rome or Tel Aviv or Ann Arbor
Or in your New York studio shaping the forms of Adam and Eve