Shalom Freedman

Gold Star - 17,933 Points (Troy New York)

Shalom Freedman Poems

3521. Who Can Write A Poem At The Beginning Of The Day 6/19/2014
3522. Who Can Write A Poem In The Middle Of The Night 4/28/2012
3523. Who Can Write A Poem Of The Light? 2/4/2017
3524. Who Is Afraid Of The Fading Of The Yellows And The Greens 5/24/2010
3525. Who Is God, That God Needs To Be Praised? 2/2/2009
3526. Who Is There Left To Remember? 2/9/2008
3527. Who Knows All The Sadnesses That Death Brings 8/5/2012
3528. Who Knows How A Depression Ended Today? 6/19/2012
3529. Who Knows Where In This Impossible Life 12/1/2008
3530. Who Knows Where The Poem Begins? 12/8/2010
3531. Who Knows Why I Will Ever Be 4/8/2008
3532. Who Loved And Was Truly Loved Once 12/5/2011
3533. Who Needs Another Complaint? 8/13/2009
3534. Who To Blame But Myself? 6/26/2010
3535. Who Wants War? 11/14/2012
3536. Who Will Our Ultimate Heirs Be? 8/12/2010
3537. Who Will Speak For The Helpless And Hopeless? 7/7/2008
3538. Who You Are 4/23/2013
3539. Whole Worlds Have Been Destroyed 1/25/2013
3540. Whose Words These Are Only God Knows 8/1/2011
3541. Why A World 4/24/2008
3542. Why Always Are We The Ones To Blame? 6/2/2010
3543. Why Am I Always Where Sadness Is? 11/29/2016
3544. Why Am I So Happy Sometimes? 1/19/2014
3545. Why Am I So Lonely? 5/21/2012
3546. Why Am I So Much More Happy In My Old Age 1/13/2016
3547. Why Can'T I Simply Retire In Quiet? 6/17/2010
3548. Why Can'T They Leave God Alone? 11/28/2011
3549. Why Did God Have To Rest From Creation 9/8/2013
3550. Why Do I Go On In My Sorrow? 8/7/2010
3551. Why Do I Love The Morning So? 1/1/2012
3552. Why Do I Need Another Poem? 3/24/2015
3553. Why Do I Need These Few Lines So? 10/16/2008
3554. Why Do I Need To Write Something? 1/5/2015
3555. Why Do I Remember So Much? 6/21/2015
3556. Why Do I Walk With Such Sadness? 8/6/2012
3557. Why Do My Thoughts All Turn To Despairing Possiblities Only? 8/6/2011
3558. Why Do We Care So Much? 6/16/2014
3559. Why Do We Love Beauty So? 7/23/2009
3560. Why Do We Need Now To Be Remembered 8/27/2009

Comments about Shalom Freedman

  • Ena N. Mori (4/9/2016 12:37:00 AM)

    No poet today even comes close to how you glorify poetry with simple words yet in oh so
    hallelujah order. You conquer our hearts with your honest expression of how tough it gets but manage to win every night with a beautiful composition. See you often at Poemhunter poetry park where you play your role as the ultimate master poet. You have many fans here who are drawn to your poetic style. Thank you and God Bless Sir Shalom Freedman!

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  • Veeraiyah Subbulakshmi (10/23/2015 12:32:00 AM)

    I am one of his numerous fans. the old age and its pain and loneliness are well expressed in his poem..thank you Shalom freedman..

  • Mario, Lucien, Rene Odekerken Mario, Lucien, Rene Odekerken (3/31/2015 2:02:00 PM)

    Today I came for the first time in contact with your writing, your poems.
    And I have to say your writing is beyond believe.For some of your poems
    are from such a high standard of writing they belong in my opinion in the top 500.In fact in the top 50

    Greetings Mario, L, R. Odekerken

  • Frank Avon (9/30/2014 1:47:00 AM)

    I have just discovered your work, and what a delightful discovery it has been - at 1: 00 o'clock in the morning!

    And what a wonderful name. Is it a pseudonym, or have you been blessed with such a name all your life?

  • Walterrean Salley (9/14/2014 9:13:00 PM)

    Beautiful. I enjoy your work. Always fresh. Always new. I look forward to reading...

  • Mary Angela Douglas Mary Angela Douglas (8/22/2014 3:21:00 PM)

    Dear Sir,

    Your poems are clearly beautiful and extraordinary. It is a shame and a disgrace (not yours but those of contemporary publishers, etc.) that all your poems are not published. You are a great poet and clearly the inspiration from God is with you like the glory hidden in a cloud, but not hidden. Please take care of your health and write every poem you have in you to write and if I were you I would publish everything here from every last scrap of paper because these poems should live. And this is one way you will know you have tried to make your whole opus known and I'm certain that God will bless the light He has given you to carry. Please keep trying to publish more in other ways, too. I believe we live in a time unfriendly to true poetry though I don't know the reason for it. Still we must try until the day we die and that is all we can do.

    God bless you your family whom you honor, and thank you so much for sharing your poems here on poemhunter. I am so grateful to be able to read them.

    Sincerely,

    Mary Angela Douglas

  • Amir Mohammad Islami Chalandar (6/7/2014 6:58:00 AM)

    nice poems. you are great in showing feels.that shows a good improvement. i invite you to read my poems at my poets page. that is a friendly invitation

  • Lyn Paul Lyn Paul (8/7/2013 7:07:00 AM)

    I love the true feeling in all of your words. Honest. Deep. Capturing all of our hearts.

  • p.a. noushad p.a. noushad (10/14/2009 5:14:00 AM)

    your poems are the great gift of imagination

  • James Timothy Jarrett (7/24/2008 11:43:00 AM)

    Cute and catchy with some deep meaning underneath it.

Best Poem of Shalom Freedman

The Beauty Of A Poem

The beauty of a poem
The beauty of music
The beauty of light
The beauty of life
The beauty which makes us want to live life more
The beauty which pains us inside
The beauty in longing.
The beauty we come upon by surprise
The beauty of the day and the beauty of the night
The beauty we all have inside us
The beauty we can see and feel and never explain
The beauty that lifts us up
The beauty that makes us want to live more
The beauty that makes us reach out to God
The beauty we want to thank God for
The beauty of lilacs
The beauty of autumn ...

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I Look Up At The Sky

I look up at the sky
And what do I see?
God's holy Light
smiling at me.

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