Students the world over read the poems of Sharon Esther Lampert in their classrooms. Sharon receives letters from students asking for particular details of her life. Sometimes a student just needs a date of publication of one particular poem.
Similar to William Blake, Sharon's poems contain elaborate graphics. Many of the poems have live recordings that be found on YouTube or on http://www.poetryjewels.com.
How to Read a Poem By Sharon Esther Lampert
1. Sharon’s Poetry Paintings
Similar to the poet William Blake, her poems are accompanied by elaborate visual graphics that enrich and compliment the text. The poems are wall hangings, and her poems are framed by ardent fans and hang in their living spaces, like paintings. The poem, “My Jewish Essence” hangs in many homes. Students hang her “poetry in the pocket” poems on the refrigerator.
2. Sharon is a Master of Condensation
Sharon is a master of the art of condensation. She is able to condense a major world event in world history into a one-page poem. Sharon can condense a 600-page book into a single page. Her immortal literary gems come in a variety of lengths: A single sentence, a single page, and grand sweeping epics.
3. Sharon is a Literary Photographer
Her poems are telescopic of the main event and microscopic of the infinite details.
4. Sharon Can Pack a Single Verse
Sharon’s poems are known for her ability to weave poetry, philosophy, and comedy, and poetry into a single verse.
5. Documentary Poet: Poems are Cinematic Journey’s Through History
Sharon’s poems take you on a cinematic journey, and make you feel as if you are reliving the event, as if it happened today.
6. Sharon’s Poems Are Completed Literary Works
Many poets leave abandoned poems that went unfinished. Sharon’s poems are completed works of art. Every word is essential to the poem. You cannot remove or replace a word. There are no extra words. Every word has its rightful place and fits to perfection.
7. Sharon’s Poems Are All Inspired Works of Art
All of her poems are inspired. There are no rough drafts. Like giving birth to a baby, the poem incubates in her “creative apparatus” and is birthed in minutes. Like a baby, the poems are delivered whole and complete.
8. Sharon’s Signature Endings: The Epiphany (Spiritual Illumination)
The last verse of every poem delivers a message that educates, enlightens, and empowers. Her searing signature endings find their way into your heart, open your mind to a deeper understanding, and stay with you forever.