shimon weinroth


shimon weinroth Poems

321. Squinting 5/2/2007
322. Gossip 5/4/2007
323. 'Good Guys' 5/10/2007
324. Special Differences 5/10/2007
325. Culprit 5/23/2007
326. And Now Public Domain 5/23/2007
327. On Quarks And Quirks 5/25/2007
328. Determinism 5/29/2007
329. Heroes Of A Human Nature 5/29/2007
330. Willful 5/30/2007
331. A Soul Saved 5/31/2007
332. Cycle Of The Scythe 5/31/2007
333. Deathly Thoughts 5/31/2007
334. Miscalculated 6/1/2007
335. Visceral 6/1/2007
336. Drowning In Brain Wash 6/1/2007
337. Panic 6/4/2007
338. Preparations 6/4/2007
339. A Rose Is More 6/4/2007
340. Self Evident 6/4/2007
341. Designed To 6/4/2007
342. Peace Seeker 6/4/2007
343. You Never Know 6/4/2007
344. Forms Of Surrender 6/4/2007
345. Sensitivity 6/4/2007
346. Over Doing It 6/5/2007
347. Irish Nanny 6/5/2007
348. Some Do Some Don'T 6/5/2007
349. If I Had A Turtle 6/5/2007
350. Fanciful 6/12/2007
351. Kind To Cats 6/12/2007
352. Illusions 6/17/2007
353. Un-Ignited 6/17/2007
354. My Gallery Of Faces 5/26/2007
355. Impulse Of Curiosity 5/26/2007
356. Raise A Cup 5/29/2007
357. Waiting For Medicare 5/29/2007
358. Inertia 6/17/2007
359. Stigma 6/17/2007
360. Cyclic And Habitual 6/18/2007

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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