Category Archives: Poesy

Poesy noun: archaic literary: poetry.

Yom HaZikaron

Yom HaZikaron I remember. The oppressive heat of the day, the relief as the sun went down, a warm balmy night, the gentlest of breezes and a clear star filled sky. I remember. The palm trees, ice cold beers and … Continue reading

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Yom HaZikaron: Memorial Day

Tel Saki war memorial, Golan Heights Among the Photographs By Elisha Porat On Memorial Day I wander among the photographs: the taut black ribbons entwined with flowers, candles flickering under the images. From within the white strips of writing, I … Continue reading

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Leonard Simon Nimoy Z”L I woke today and checked the overnight news to read that Leonard Nimoy had died. While he had a long and varied career, he made his earliest impression on me through his role as Spock in … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day

To mark Remembrance Day a poem by Australian poet, Chris Wallace-Crabbe. Other People In the First World War they… Who were they? Who cares any more?… Killed four of my uncles, So I was told one day. There were only … Continue reading

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(un)locked

Originally posted on alfageeek:
He stood knocking at the door It was locked He knew she was inside He could sense her in there He tried to pick the lock He tried to break the door down The door was…

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