29 comments on “Stranger in the Night

  1. Pingback: Stranger in the Night – CRAIN'S COMMENTS

  2. Makes me think of Martin Buber’s ‘I/Thou’ picture of our relationship with others and with God . . . A moving portrait you paint: gentle yet so strong . . . Bravo!

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  3. I was just thinking about the subtle way the poets were clever in the olden days at describing certain mating habits and love in ways the reader must interpret the poem and get a deeper meaning that when things are lain out in full force it is the beauty of the metaphor it contacts the mind body and spirit seeing things from various perceptions. As poets it takes the art to a higher realm for interpretive insight helps to master the thinking process. Excellent work Paul Lenzi

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