POETRY
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Poems by Eric:

A large number of poems I wrote at ages six and seven (1963)

A poem for Sunday School, age 11 (1967)

Poems in German (with translations) from my senior year of high school (1973)

Poems for AP English from my senior year of high school (1974)

A poem I submitted for a word-game contest in a magazine (1981)

Two poems to a San Antonio Symphony friend and colleague, Terry Stolow (1991)

A birthday-card poem to my young niece (1994)

An assortment of poems to April on various occasions (birthdays, anniversaries, Valentine's Day, etc.) (1995–present)

To a recent houseguest, Andrew Ehrlich (1996 and 1998)

A number of thank-you poems to my in-laws for meals, presents, etc., on various occasions (1997–2013)

Newer limericks (2000–2019)

A huge number (more than 600) of National Puzzlers' League-style word puzzles in verse (2003–present)

A self-description ("About You") for my Facebook page (2008)

Some verses I contributed to a San Antonio Symphony musicians' Facebook page discussion thread (2009)

My haiku response to The New York Times featuring "found haiku" within its text (2021)



Poems by April:

Dawn, written by April at age 17, which was published in her high-school newspaper (1970)

An assortment of poems to Eric on various occasions (birthdays, anniversaries, Valentine's Day, etc.) (1995–present)

To a recent houseguest, Andrew Ehrlich (1996)

A rainbow poem (2004)



Poems by Eric in collaboration with April:

For a meeting of San Antonio music teachers (1996)

A thank-you poem to Eric's mother (1999)

Song lyrics for a retiring musician colleague (2004)



Poem by Eric in collaboration with persons other than April:

Carpool Limerick (1991)



Poems by Muriel Silberman Brahinsky, Eric's mother:

Childhood poems (1934–c. 1940)

Henry: In Memoriam (2001)

In Loving Memory of Martin David Brahinsky (2011)