Morris Rosenfeld

(1862-1923 / Poland)

Morris Rosenfeld Poems

1. A Fellow Slave 4/22/2010
2. Atonement Evening Prayer 4/22/2010
3. Chanukah Thoughts 4/22/2010
4. Depression 4/22/2010
5. Despair 4/22/2010
6. Exit Holiday 4/22/2010
7. In The Wilderness 4/22/2010
8. Measuring The Graves 4/22/2010
9. Sephirah 4/22/2010
10. September Melodies 4/22/2010
11. The Canary 4/22/2010
12. The Cemetery Nightingale 4/22/2010
13. The Creation Of Man 4/22/2010
14. The Jewish May 4/22/2010
15. The Jewish Soldier 4/22/2010
16. The Mountain Bride 4/22/2010
17. The Nightingale To The Workman 4/22/2010
18. The Phantom Vessel 4/22/2010
19. To My Misery 4/22/2010
20. To The Fortune Seeker 4/22/2010
21. What Is The World? 4/22/2010
22. The Moon-Prayer 4/22/2010
23. The Feast Of Lights 4/22/2010
24. The First Bath Of Ablution 4/22/2010
25. My Youth 4/22/2010
26. Journalism 4/22/2010
27. For Hire 4/22/2010
28. Again I Sing My Songs 4/22/2010
29. The Beggar Family 4/22/2010
30. In The Garden Of The Dead 4/22/2010
31. Pen And Shears 4/22/2010
32. The Pale Operator 4/22/2010
33. Whither? 4/22/2010
34. O Long The Way 4/22/2010
35. Creation Of Man 4/22/2010
36. A Tear On The Iron 4/22/2010
37. From Dawn To Dawn 4/22/2010
38. I'Ve Often Laughed 4/22/2010
39. I Know Not Why 1/4/2003
40. A Millionaire 4/22/2010

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Best Poem of Morris Rosenfeld

My Boy

I have a little boy at home,
A pretty little son;
I think sometimes the world is mine
In him, my only one.

But seldom, seldom do I see
My child in heaven's light;
I find him always fast asleep...
I see him but at night.

Ere dawn my labor drives me forth;
'Tis night when I am free;
A stranger am I to my child;
And strange my child to me.

I come in darkness to my home,
With weariness and--pay;
My pallid wife, she waits to tell
The things he learned to say.

How plain and prettily he asked:
'Dear mamma, when's 'Tonight'?
O when ...

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A Millionaire

No, not from tuning-forks of gold
Take I my key for singing;
From Upper Seats no order bold
Can set my music ringing;
But groans the slave through sense of wrong,
And naught my voice can smother;
As flame leaps up, so leaps my song
For my oppressed brother.

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