Issues 06:05 A Story for Passover

A Story for Passover
Author: Moishe Rosen

My hobby is photography. One of the photos I value highly is no prize-winning snapshot; I couldn’t exhibit it or sell it for publication. But I cherish it because it has special meaning for me. It was taken in the Egyptian room of the Museum of Natural History in New York. My daughter, Lyn, was […]

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Passover Seder

We prayed with our feet,” Gramma said every year at Passover, remembering her flight from Russia. (Snow. Cold. Running in woods, Romanian border. Run. Run. Run.) Young spring has given the first violet hyacinths. White lace drapes the table. Our ancestors live as we read. From the ruins of his bent-backed people Moses came pleading. […]

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The Kid

Gedalia was only a kid. He wasn’t a kid in the common sense of the word, meaning child” or “offspring.” On the other hand, I suppose one could say that Gedalia was the child of Malka the nanny goat, who provided milk for the largest family in Vaysechvoos, for Duvid the Tanner and his wife, […]

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