Sandra Feldman


Sandra Feldman Poems

401. Unlimitted Admiration 2/16/2016
402. Robotized 2/24/2016
403. Abuse 2/25/2016
404. Fans? Beware 2/26/2016
405. The Conquering Word, A Vision 3/4/2016
406. The Written Word 3/5/2016
407. Never Ending Doubts 3/7/2016
408. Secret Fulfillment 3/3/2016
409. Those Who Want To Govern 3/3/2016
410. Sense Less 3/8/2016
411. Humanly Incorrect 3/13/2016
412. Dangerously Close 3/26/2016
413. Silent Pain, Silence 4/6/2016
414. History Repeats Itself 4/8/2016
415. Internet Sabotage 4/11/2016
416. Projection 4/11/2016
417. No Illusions Left 4/11/2016
418. The Blessed Touch 4/12/2016
419. The Poetic Touch 4/12/2016
420. So Lovingly 4/15/2016
421. Not Nobility 4/15/2016
422. What Is Important 4/15/2016
423. Pleasure 4/10/2016
424. Prisoner 4/19/2016
425. Leaches Give Speeches 4/20/2016
426. Stillness 4/20/2016
427. Exploring Love 4/30/2016
428. Life's Lonely Game 5/1/2016
429. Love Giving Feeling 5/17/2016
430. When Love Is There 5/18/2016
431. Love Is Not Desire 5/21/2016
432. Ballet 5/22/2016
433. Desperate Song 5/23/2016
434. Loving Memory 5/23/2016
435. Dearest 5/24/2016
436. Fan 5/31/2016
437. A Certain Feeling 6/3/2016
438. A Poem Does 6/5/2016
439. In A Look 6/6/2016
440. Main Course 6/7/2016
Best Poem of Sandra Feldman

Lonely Moon

The Moon will shine,
Without your smile,
But no longer shall it be,
A Moon that shines for me,
Gone are the days,
When you'd just stay,
So close, smiling at me.

The Moon is cold,
So I am told,
And winter's here for me,
When love is gone,
There is no Sun,
The Moon is all I see.

Oh lonely Moon, my lonely Moon,
Poor orphan in the sky,
Detached from mother Earth,
Your barren surface has no life,
No hope, no love, no mirth.

Oh Moon alone,
Made out of stone,
Rotating in the sky,
A phantom ship,
No life ...

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Miami

Miami has a pickle smell,
A smell that tells you all is well,
You enter in a restaurant,
And eat and eat all that you want.

And there is herring too, you know,
So white that it resembles snow,
'Light Bagels' with some cream and lox,
That even would please Mr. Fox.

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