s./j. goldner

Rookie (March 2nd,1984 / USA)

s./j. goldner Poems

161. Redux 9/20/2006
162. Grey 4/29/2006
163. She Wore Watercolors Into The Ocean 6/3/2006
164. For Honesty’s Sake 9/16/2006
165. Echo 8/19/2006
166. Debut And You Spring Forth, Full Of Overconfidence. 10/27/2006
167. Tears 11/1/2006
168. Dorm # 812 8/7/2006
169. For A Martyr's Sake 5/20/2006
170. An Argument Against Having And Wanting 8/14/2008
171. Untitled 2 5/27/2006
172. Wounded Card, The 12/7/2006
173. Gypsy St. 8/23/2006
174. Endurance 10/28/2006
175. Destructive 5/23/2006
176. Contain Yourself 9/26/2006
177. Etcha-Sketch Regrets 6/24/2006
178. Happy Hour 4/29/2006
179. Faux Pas De Deux 9/17/2006
180. Rock Star Factor Or Walks Like A Lover 5/2/2006
181. Eternal Dancer's Will 5/25/2006
182. Fashion Focus Artist (With A Sense Of Humor) 9/9/2006
183. Ice Cream On The Hood Of His Truck Says I Love You. 8/30/2007
184. Sea-Glass 4/29/2006
185. Handprint On A Wave 9/13/2006
186. Blend 6/12/2006
187. Daffodil 6/24/2006
188. Beset, Reset 5/10/2006
189. Dancer's Will 5/4/2006
190. He Said He Went Sailing 6/18/2006
191. Ballerina Hues: Haiku 5/29/2006
192. Apocalypse 5/23/2006
193. 40 Oz To Conformity 7/16/2006
194. A No-Show Drive-In 5/31/2006
195. 80's Child 6/28/2006
196. Absurditty 5/23/2006
197. Born-Poet 5/2/2006
198. Purple Dusk Of Twilight Time 11/5/2006
199. Celibate Mouthwash 5/24/2006
200. Autumn Gust 10/29/2007

Comments about s./j. goldner

  • Mary X (9/16/2006 7:00:00 PM)

    The raw-ness, the girtty depth, the Susan jane Goldner 1984 makes Susan jane Goldner's poetry.

    Her poetry is universal and personal at the same time, something that only a remote selection of poets can achieve.

    Keep writing Susan jane Goldner. and yes, I like repeating your name..

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  • K. Jared Hosein K. Jared Hosein (8/28/2006 2:39:00 PM)

    After reading much of your poems, I think I can comfortably say that you portray a side of human nature that is not normally sailed into - or it is, and we just brush it away from our mind's eye. But you display it in portraits, usually so succinct (appropriately, I might add) but potent, that embed themselves into the reader's (at least my) mind. Finding those little odd trinkets in everyday life makes the humanity in your poems quite puissant and unlike alot of the stuff I have read.

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  • Will Barber (7/8/2006 12:12:00 AM)

    The Poems of Susan Jane Goldner explore the Heights and depthS of huMan experience. Humor is a characteristic device - second only to beauty - of her techniques.

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  • Joy Vanderhelm (6/10/2006 11:15:00 AM)

    I wish I had more space and more time and I would display properly the array of emotion I come in contact with while reading your poetry. Absolutely brilliant in its depth and language. Your use of color and form and tone are amazing. The knowledge you posssess and the experiences you've had make for the best poetry I've read in a long while. I think that given a few more years we'll be looking at yet another success story in the world of published poetry. The best and the worst of this world as well as everyday happenings (which in my opinion make the greatest poems) are all reflected in your poetry. Take care and keep that pen full!

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  • Maxim Muyu (6/8/2006 1:59:00 AM)

    Your knowledge of poetry is seeing worldwide as a beauty of nature and creation, keep up sue, God bless you now and forever.

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  • Lauren Michaels (5/31/2006 5:38:00 PM)

    Sus,
    You startle me. The variety, the detail, the depth. Startling.
    Lauren

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  • Rev. Dr. A. Jacob Hassler (5/11/2006 10:16:00 AM)

    you conjure some strong and magnificent stuff. you're certainly talented and brave. i'd love to find your poetry 20 years from now and forget all about Dickinson.

    Jake

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  • Jackson Kilroy (5/4/2006 5:43:00 PM)

    Great stuff! Keep it coming.

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  • Adryan Barnathan (5/2/2006 1:33:00 AM)

    Such a slick chick for a youngling~! You are wise beyond your years. I love your style. It is frank and to the point! Just keep writing.

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Best Poem of s./j. goldner

A Rose In Birth

I'm a disgrace to the life
I lived as a girl—
she would be ashamed
to have me in the world.

But there's no turning back;
it's time to pay the price
for selfish pride
and evil vice.

Or pack up my things
and leave this great earth—
would you put in place
a rose in birth.

Cause thorns I've got
it's the petals I lack;
beauty should unfold:
this is no unknown fact.

With this request I must be going—
please all take care,
boys and girls
handsome and fair.

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Handprint On A Wave

She knew how memory worked.
Last time she had seen him
he had been perfected
Ly etched in her mind;
She didn’t want to replace that
with anything less
Than what she had known.
She knew how memory worked—
How memory faded