POEMS by Lisa Izzie
I use my maiden name (Izzie) on all my poetry.
I have written well over six-hundred poems since I was twelve. Here is just a small sampling. As time goes by, I will post others to this site.
More cheerful poems
Five Strong 624 (About my sisters.)
My Eyes 647 For someone dear to me who was down on themselves. I wanted them to see themselves through my eyes. (This poem was slightly altered to hide the identity)
Emotional Poems on religion, family, pet loss and the world
My Mother 611 (Can you guess who this one is about?)
Just An Excuse 648 (Questions on Religion)
Do You Hear? 644 (About how religion is used to justify harmful acts against others. That is, any religion.)
One Last Time 645 (About my cat, Leibchen, who died while I was traveling. It will only be understood by those who love their pets!)
Come Goring, Come Goebbell, Come Heinrich 620 (A poem I wrote as a response to the disturbing material I read about the Holocaust.)