WE ARE PLEASED to see the return of Moshe Benarroch to these electric pages. This time we feature his new work published on paper (this work is among the first published in English). We take two selections from You Walk on The Land Until One Day The Land Walks on You: “A Bird Reads” and “A Jewish Dream.”

In a review of another contemporary work, Horses and Other Doubts, Jo Ann Miller writes, “His poems cover the wide scope of human experience… There are no holds barred in this honest look at life as a human being.”


Written by . . . . . . . Moshe Benarroch
HTML/CSS Programming by . . . . . . . Bryan Wilhite