May 10, 2017 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

Logan Zillmer



G David Schwartz



I Didn’t Have To Say A Word



I didn’t have to say a word

And if I did it wouldn’t get heard

For I am as silent as a bird.

A lark but not a woodpecker





Fishing In The Fishing Hole



Fishing in the fishing hole

Just Alan, Abe and me

Back in the day we were

Musketeers one through three











G David Schwartz

I am the former President of “Seed House”, an online, interfaith community forum. I also have published three books – ” A Jewish Appraisal of Dialogue” (1994), “Midrash and Working Out Of The Book” (2004), and most recently “Shards and Stanzas” (2011).


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