Chava Rosenfarb’s poetry by other means.
An admirer of Marc Chagall and a muse to Bruno Schulz.
A great Yiddish poet’s past and future.
Post-Holocaust towns populated by biblical ghosts.
“Lava its seeds. Atoms/ Fermented forth primevally.”
H. Leyvik’s masterpiece.
Marion and Celia Moss, poets “of the Hebrew nation.”
Of refugees and pigeons.
Shem Tov of Carrión.
Young trees covered in snow, . . . charmingly disturbing,
Raḥel will be read, sung, and recited long after many excellent Hebrew poets of her age, men and women alike, have been confined within classroom walls.