shimon weinroth


shimon weinroth Poems

721. Junkyard Of Media Debris 10/18/2006
722. Food For Thought 10/18/2006
723. Thoughtless 10/20/2006
724. Soul Full 10/22/2006
725. Could Have Been 10/22/2006
726. Succession 10/22/2006
727. Poetic Justice 10/22/2006
728. In The Kingdom Of Shallow 10/24/2006
729. Twine And Tequilla 10/26/2006
730. Secrets 10/28/2006
731. Seven Valences 10/28/2006
732. Ripples Of Gravity 10/28/2006
733. An Act 10/29/2006
734. Love 9/27/2006
735. Morality 10/6/2006
736. Illegal 10/7/2006
737. Sonnet 71 10/11/2006
738. Shadows And Images 11/1/2006
739. Trapped 11/2/2006
740. Obvious 11/2/2006
741. Magic Stance 11/2/2006
742. Art 11/2/2006
743. Retelling 11/16/2006
744. Poof 11/16/2006
745. Flower Pot 11/16/2006
746. Listless And Mundane 11/16/2006
747. Arrayed 11/16/2006
748. Protest 11/16/2006
749. Lamentations And Limitations 11/18/2006
750. Weeding 11/18/2006
751. Two Souls 11/18/2006
752. Refugees 11/18/2006
753. Many Faces 11/19/2006
754. Carnivorus 11/19/2006
755. Genteel Captivity 11/19/2006
756. Now Public Domain 11/20/2006
757. Quilt And Blanket 11/20/2006
758. Fickle Minded 11/20/2006
759. Never Alone 11/5/2006
760. As It Is 11/6/2006

Comments about shimon weinroth

  • Enoch John Enoch John (9/13/2008 11:27:00 AM)

    Hello Shimon,
    I have been looking at your work.I must say that you have quite
    an impressive anthology here.

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Best Poem of shimon weinroth

' Humble And Humane

species, species one and all
who is smartest of them all-
domestic animals invented, breeds
caged to feed, to work, to please
for comfort and our ease,

can they think, ache and communicate
we gathered and wandered
vast steepes, arid deserts, smokey jungles
climbed craggy cliffs, immigrated
to seashores and off shores

ranged and roamed the planet
paternal scientists became
of their fate and destiny
feed starve and eat, often make extinct
humane and humble ask, can they think

Read the full of ' Humble And Humane

Hierarchy

Great systems have smaller systems
That feed on divinity
Smaller systems have lesser systems
And so on to infinity

Shimon Weinroth

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