Sandra Feldman


Sandra Feldman Poems

2681. A Happy Poet 11/11/2017
2682. The Moving Sea 12/6/2014
2683. The Loving Rose 1/3/2015
2684. Fear 10/31/2017
2685. Loving Language 10/30/2017
2686. Big Children 1/2/2015
2687. Winter's Song 2/4/2015
2688. Nuit D'Amour (Love's Night) 11/9/2012
2689. The Right To Be Free Inspired By This Pharse 'All Of Mankind Should Be Free' Written By My Dear Friend And Poet Luareat, Valerie Dohren 6/18/2013
2690. Being Better 7/21/2016
2691. A Look Of Love 12/24/2012
2692. Friendship 10/5/2014
2693. 21st Century 11/18/2013
2694. Simply Love 8/12/2012
2695. A Different Love 3/9/2014
2696. Lonely Moon 10/18/2014

Comments about Sandra Feldman

  • Zoila T. Flores Zoila T. Flores (4/19/2014 8:27:00 PM)

    Wow, It's very well inspired. Good Job.

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  • Zoila T. Flores Zoila T. Flores (4/19/2014 8:24:00 PM)

    Well, the moon, has inspired to the best poets to get beautiful poems. I like it

  • Life Sparkles Life Sparkles (4/18/2014 2:44:00 PM)

    Usually brevity
    With a drop of levity,
    All perfectly blended,
    Heaven descended

    Humble, Pure
    Everyone's cure

  • Khairul Ahsan Khairul Ahsan (9/19/2013 2:36:00 AM)

    A poet of softness,
    A poet of kindness,
    A poet with eyes to appreciate even the smallest beauty,
    A poet that stands tall with total humility,
    Is Sandra Feldman,
    So loving and humane!

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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Political Sadness

My Country, my Country,
Where fore art Thou,
We lost our fair Kingdom,
I know it by Now.

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