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Poems by Sonia Schreiber Weitz

The following are poems  by Sonia Schreiber Weitz.

20th Century Man

40 Years later

A Prayer for My Daughter

A Storm

About Bigots

About Humor

About Mortality

And There Was Light

And They Stood Alone

Another Thought

At Dusk

Bystanders

Cattle Cars

Cry Children

Death March

Dor V'Dor (From Generation to Generation)

Empty Echo

For Yom Ha'Shoah

Forgetting Is Dangerous

From Plaszow to Baghdad

Grant Me The Right

His Brother's Keeper

Hope Of Dreams

I Am In Trouble

Icicles

If I Forget Thee O Jerusalem

In Memory of Jack

In Memory of My Father

In Memory of My Mother

Jahr-Zeit

Mailot

My Black Messiah

My Sister My Keeper

My Woman Child

My Plea to the Youth

On Aging

Once When

On Your Golden Anniversary

Reflection

Return to Auschwitz

September 11th

Smokers Folly

Spring 05

Stones Don’t Weep

Survivors

The Columbia Seven

The Rainbow Covenant

The Tel Aviv Massacre

The Tree of Life

The Turbulent Years

The Ugly Poem

The War of Terror

There is Nothing More Real

There Was a Time

Think Chocolate

Thoughts

To A Friend

Unhealed Wounds

Victory

What Else Was Lost?

Where Was Man