Margaret Kollmer

Rookie - 7 Points (South Africa)

Margaret Kollmer Poems

41. N'Kosi Sikelele Afrika (And A Little Parody) 3/30/2008
42. Don'T Call Me Manto, John Robbie! 3/30/2008
43. Vrystaat! (Lyric) 3/30/2008
44. Take Up Bowls, They Said. 3/30/2008
45. Baked Alaska - A Marital 'Difference' 3/30/2008
46. The Spirit Of Love 3/30/2008
47. To Magazine Editors 3/30/2008
48. Willing Slave To What Is...By Ivan F. 3/30/2008
49. The Rose - For Valentine's Day 3/30/2008
50. Unchained Melody (Parody On 'The Streets Of London) 3/30/2008
51. One Times One - For Dell.1985 By K. 3/30/2008
52. Requiem By My Friend Peggy 3/30/2008
53. The Clown By Rosemary D. 3/30/2008
54. For Judy 2/16/2008
55. Three Valentine Limericks 3/30/2008
56. A Genealogist's Christmas 3/30/2008
57. Accident By John G.1972 3/30/2008
58. A Butterfly For Kathy 3/30/2008
59. A Schoolgirl's Dilemma 3/30/2008
60. From Derek 1974 3/30/2008
61. The Dragon's Web - On Building A Web Site! 3/30/2008
62. Eye Witness Views - The Little Panado Boy 3/30/2008
63. Eye Witness Views - Houdunnit? 3/30/2008
64. Memories Of Gran By My Son Kevin 3/31/2008
65. Goosey, Goosey...... 3/31/2008
66. Immortality 3/31/2008
67. Irish Stew - The Real Deal! 3/31/2008
68. Of P-Words And Ponces And Leppies In Lust 3/31/2008
69. Kwenda And The Tortoise 3/31/2008
70. The Waiting Game - A Tongue-In-Cheek Perspective...... 3/31/2008
71. No Panty Line Guaranteed! 3/31/2008
72. The Giddy Goat! 3/31/2008
73. On Safari.... 3/31/2008
74. A Politically Incorrect Tale Of The Politically Inane 3/31/2008
75. What The Dickens! 3/31/2008
76. Ogden Nashisms 3/31/2008
77. So Who's Off Their Trolley? 3/31/2008
78. Paella 3/31/2008
79. Me And My Mims 3/31/2008
80. Pathetique 3/31/2008
Best Poem of Margaret Kollmer

And Jesus Wept

'Lord, if You had been here, '
Mary Magdalen cried.
'Lord, if You had been here
Lazaraus would not have died.'

She knelt before Him in the dust
She kissed the Master's feet
She washed them in her falling tears
There - kneeling in the street.

She took Christ then, to Lazarus' tomb
In grave-clothes there he slept.
'See how He loves hij, ' said the Jews
As, sorrowing, Jesus wept.

Across His cheeks down through his beard
The shining teardrops wound
Then one by one fell from His chin
Like shards upon the ground.

Jesus called - Lo, ...

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The Loner

He stood in the pathway
of the promise of dawn
and shrugged at the
warning bells of time.

He dwelt in the shiver
of an autumn without hope
and wept -
so many hills to climb.

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