Sandra Feldman


Sandra Feldman Poems

1921. Essentials 6/2/2016
1922. Adventure 5/30/2016
1923. Love Without End 6/17/2016
1924. In A Poem? 6/25/2016
1925. Written Love 7/1/2016
1926. Missing Mails And Principals 7/6/2016
1927. Redemption 7/8/2016
1928. Personal Poetry 7/18/2016
1929. Dearest One 7/24/2016
1930. A Very Special Love 8/5/2016
1931. United 8/7/2016
1932. Coo-Coo World 8/10/2016
1933. Nothing Like A Poem 8/13/2016
1934. Hard To Explain 8/24/2016
1935. Beauty's Pride 8/25/2016
1936. A Vision Of Love 8/15/2016
1937. Cake 8/31/2016
1938. Pas D'amour, No Love 9/1/2016
1939. Baby Owl 8/30/2016
1940. Tolerance 9/2/2016
1941. The Search 9/3/2016
1942. Declaring, Fed Up! 9/9/2016
1943. Masters Of Deceit 9/23/2016
1944. Understanding Each Other 10/1/2016
1945. Disappointment 10/8/2016
1946. Nectar 9/7/2016
1947. Liberty Lady 10/13/2016
1948. Stimulation 10/26/2016
1949. What Poets Know Best 10/18/2016
1950. Love Of Love 10/16/2016
1951. Salvation 10/23/2016
1952. Wealth 10/29/2016
1953. A Living Love 11/3/2016
1954. Not Enough Tears 11/6/2016
1955. Not So Different 11/5/2016
1956. Artistic Creation 11/12/2016
1957. Not Giving Up 11/18/2016
1958. Sharing Solitud 12/2/2016
1959. Separation 12/22/2016
1960. Beyond Words 1/1/2017
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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