This one is the latest of my poems, written recently for my daughter’s first birthday in the beginning of the year.
No translation yet to English so only the Hebrew version for now. The English name for this poem would be “Your Journey”. I’ll try to publish the translation soon.
Without further ado:
Continue reading “Poem: המסע שלך”
This one I finished last Sunday, November 15th, 2009 while visiting the beautiful San Francisco.
Thoughts about this poem though came while visiting Eilat(Israel’s Southernmost city) which sits on the Red Sea(Yam Suf).
Hope you enjoy it.
Continue reading “Poem: The Red Sea”
This one i wrote in June of 2005. Strangely enough, I haven’t marked down the exact date of its writing even though I’ve started doing that long before.
I was reminded of this poem just the other day from speaking to a friend about being in Chicago and visiting its Jazz clubs.
I have to say that I have very fond memories of Chicago, it was a wonderful time and I found a really great city to experience and enjoy as well as meeting very interesting people while being there.
Continue reading “Poem: Memories from the Green Mill”
This one i wrote on July 2nd, 2009. The standard disclaimers apply, the poem was originally written in Hebrew therefore the translation may lose or change some of the meanings, rhyming, wordplay, etc. ~ The Horizon ~ I found myself sitting before the horizon Looking at that distant line The border between a memory and … Continue reading Poem: The Horizon
This one i wrote in June 2004:
Cannot find her
She won’t come back to me
No gentle word will be enough. Continue reading Poem: Distant Thoughts
New flame, darkness gone
Pure flame, abundant light
Flame flickers, storm outside
Red flame, candle burning Continue reading Poem: Flame of Creativity
To her lake I arrived in full armor
Unwilling to reveal any of the things
those that in the heart harbor, that at night
float with the thought and wonder
of what shall yet be, with the pursue of meaning. Continue reading Poem: The Red Swan