She Left With No Goodbye plus 3 other poems by G David Schwartz

She Left With No Goodbye

She left with no goodbye
No hug, no kiss, no such
So I cant call her a liar
I can only sit and cuss.

You Use To Have A Boat (want a laugh? Look at a map)

You use to have a boat
and you would float from Cincy to Kentucky
But in the 200’s
It wasn’t that or that easy.

Legs Are All Which Balance Me

Legs are all which balance me
Just the way it stands
and the prayer that I’ll not fall
And crash down on my hands

I Had A Thought

I had a thought
But I forgot
I sneezed and it got gone
perhaps I remember in dawn

G. David Schwartz – the former president of Seedhouse, the online interfaith committee. Schwartz is the author of A Jewish Appraisal of Dialogue (1994) and Midrash and Working Out Of The Book (2004) Currently a volunteer at The Cincinnati J, Meals On Wheels. His newest book, Shards And Verse (2011) is now in stores or can be order on line.

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