Edwina Reizer

Rookie - 33 Points (12/22/1937 / LAKEWOOD, NJ)

Edwina Reizer Poems

1. Once Again Poor Souls 3/13/2010
2. One Face 3/13/2010
3. All Alone 3/13/2010
4. The Butterfly 3/13/2010
5. One Beat Away 3/13/2010
6. Even As 3/14/2010
7. Silence 3/14/2010
8. The Corner Of My Eye 3/14/2010
9. A Piece Of Paper 3/14/2010
10. Thou Tiny Little Rosebud 3/15/2010
11. Can You Feel It? 3/15/2010
12. Solitaire 3/15/2010
13. Temptation 3/15/2010
14. The Rising Suns 3/15/2010
15. A Lonesome Corner 3/15/2010
16. The Road Ahead 3/16/2010
17. Jealousy 3/16/2010
18. I Can'T Hear The Music 3/17/2010
19. Look Ahead 3/18/2010
20. History? 3/23/2010
21. Discovery 3/24/2010
22. Will You Hold Me Close? 3/26/2010
23. The Robin 3/28/2010
24. A Nocturne For Sinners 3/30/2010
25. Commentary On War 3/30/2010
26. Never Is Such A Long Time 3/31/2010
27. Not The Yesterdays 3/16/2010
28. Dreams In The Cradle 4/10/2010
29. Clean Coal? 4/11/2010
30. You Don'T Know Me 4/22/2010
31. Renouncing 4/24/2010
32. Hunger 4/24/2010
33. I Shall Speak 4/24/2010
34. I Went To Heaven 4/26/2010
35. Unappreciated 4/26/2010
36. God Is Lonely 4/30/2010
37. Defiance 4/30/2010
38. Darkened Hope 4/30/2010
39. Decision Time 4/20/2010
40. The Identity 4/21/2010
Best Poem of Edwina Reizer

Beauty Of Life

I wonder as I look around
at all the beauty that I've found.
I've found it in the smallest places.
I've found it in the smiles on faces.
I've found it in majestic sights.
I've found it in an eagle's flights.
And as I've seen it with my eyes
I've slowly come to realize
that all the beauty that I see
belongs to you and belongs to me.

This beauty should be shared by all.
Each beating heart should never fall
Quiet, never to beat again
without the memory of where or when
it captured the sights it got to see.
For what is life?
What can it be? ...

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The Butterfly

If I could be a butterfly
and flit from place to place
I'd travel to the past
and come to rest upon your face.
The beauty and the warmth of you
would make my wings content
to linger there and know
that's the place where I was sent.
And as I left I'd take with me

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