Avi Fleischer

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    Poems by Avi Fleischer

  • Monologue Of A Selfish Heart (2003)

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    • Posted on 10/18/18
    A Poem About Introspection And Self-doubt.

    in Meaningful Poems

    I sit alone and let the thoughts rage around in my head.
    Why am I even here on earth, would I be better off dead?

    What is my contribution to make my stay unique?

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  • Love Takes A Little More

    • Published: May 15, 2018
    Love Takes More... But For Good Reason

    in Falling in Love Poems

    You supply the lips and I'll supply the kiss,
    You supply the chance and I'll supply the bliss.
    You supply the truth and I'll supply the trust,
    You supply the time and I'll supply the lust.

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  • Kiss My Soul, Heal My Heart

    • Published: April 2018
    Love, Betrayal, And Heartbreak

    in Heartbreak Poems

    I'm sitting here alone, my thoughts within the past,
    Thinking about you, a love I hoped would last.
    Your warm and tender heart that seems so far away,
    This yearning deep inside me that I must obey.

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  • A Fleeting Image

    • Published: March 2018
    The Fleeting Nature Of Life

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    So fleeting is this thing called life, we journey toward its end,
    experiencing pieces of a puzzle we don't truly comprehend.

    The hues of our emotion paint a picture of our past,

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    Wonderful. The colors represent the emotions, indeed.

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  • Avi Fleischer, Brooklyn, NY
  • 1 year ago

I love the humor, innocence and whimsy of this poem. But there's more here than meets the eye. If you look a bit deeper, you can see how we sometimes don't properly interpret our experiences, simply because we don't truly understand their nature or that of their source. The child does not understand the transient nature of snow and that it is destined to melt... so too we do not understand the nature of G-d and the things that we may experience in our lives.

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