Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Voice

The Synagogue choir sang out for all to hear, But their beautiful music was made less dear, By one fervent lady who stood nearby, Who enjoyed singing and did not see why, Being tone deaf should stop her from, Very … Continue reading

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The Poor Rich Man

I last saw him I don’t know when, Ten, twenty years ago, but then, He was a rich man I remember for sure, Charitable to all who came to his door, He and his sister gave money to others, a … Continue reading

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A Healer Of Man

A tribute to Dalya Lemkus z”l She painted birds, birds flying high, She painted flying I wonder why, She mended bodies to be used again, She used her love to take away pain, She volunteered, she, a healer of man … Continue reading

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Are We All Media Shaped Women

What has she done to her face, It’s different, oh what a disgrace, Has she had it surgically tweaked, To before her youth teetered and peaked, The star denied, the star did blush, She wanted it all to be hush … Continue reading

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She sat there, her mother, sister, grandmothers by her side, A vision in white, glowing and smiling, she sat there the bride, And above and around her was a cloud of emotion, charged, As the family seemingly both contracted and … Continue reading

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