Category Archives: travel poem

It’s raining again

It’s raining  she hasn’t written in such a long time It’s still raining , why hasn’t she written? will the rain never stop? what if something had happened to her? The rain keeps falling  why won’t she call me ? … Continue reading

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first rain (in Tel Aviv )

expected  it arrives not  a real rain hardly heard swallowed by the sound of cars and children cheering. The rain is mostly smelled fresh, the wind feels good caressing my hair. The rain has arrived soft spoken tip toeing tiny … Continue reading

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I loved

I loved the person you were meant to be, I loved the country that had  meant to be paradise , i loved the life we could have led , had all the good intentions not turned out to be lies,  … Continue reading

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My summer with the wild child

Orleans,France July 2014 We walked through fields of wild flowers, we studied together yoga philosophy, breaking the rules; she drank beer after beer, i drank a cafe au lait, we walked back to the ashram through fields of wildflowers, she … Continue reading

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Trains-poem

Who  to take aboard? It’s up to you. Who do you leave behind? It’s up to you. The Thai negotiation phrase Can one travel not by trains But in the tracks of the mind? It’s up to you You said … Continue reading

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When Is an Orange More Than an Orange? – Poem of the Week – Haaretz

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Rilke on a Monday

“(I am,O Anxious one. Don’t you hear my voice) I am ,O Anxious one.Don’t you hear my voice Surging forth with all my earthly feelings? They yearn so high that they have sprouted wings And whitely fly in circles around … Continue reading

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