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POEM: (how to sleep on) Le’il Tisha B’Av

By Yossi Huttler

a pillow less
or pillow-less
a stone mai’avenei hamakom
head rest for one’s temples
can you really sleep
like every other night of the yearRead More


Poem: 'Sefirah 5704'

By Yossi Huttler

between Pesach and Shavuos
in the Greater Hungary spring
of 1944
did Jews count
the weeks
in ghettos
the days
in cattle cars
without food or toilets
the hours, minutes, seconds
churning past burgeoning fields of new grain
until they reached
their ultimate
destination?Read More


Poem for 9/11

By Yossi Huttler

(for 9/11 loved ones) the in(di)visible Read More


Poetry

By Yossi Huttler

Poetry by Yossi HuttlerRead More


Vision

By Yossi Huttler

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