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Yom HaShoah 5778

B”H Three outdoor monuments bespeak the regressive brutality of the Shoah. First, by a cobblestone road in Vienna, a statue of an elderly Jew in payos and tzitzit gleams as two Nazi policemen taunt him and jeer. Such scenes replayed in open display in the days after Kristallnacht, while the whole city witnessed the humiliation. … Continue reading

Poetry

Alwaysing

B”H Nope, I don’t I won’t I can’t Know how to love Anyone Without you You poured your motherlove Into my pores Imported me Importantly Into your whirled And I can’t I won’t Don’t want to love Without you Sometimes The liminal cries In the summertime day But I am dazed Away From your cants … Continue reading