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A revival in the heart of
our People:
emitting strings
of musical notes
strokes of color
and dancing banners,
and rays of light
swathing our people
in the far corners of the world,
and drawing them in
on cords of love.

this as we learn, again,
to dance
to sing
to paint
to sway
to the rhythm of
our single soul
to celebrate
faces upturned
to the brilliance
of a sun that rises
over the whole world
at once.

Chanah Rose is a freelance writer and educator living with her family in Brooklyn, NY. She has taught extensively in both virtual and traditional classrooms, and designs and coordinates curricula for Judaic studies.
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March 4, 2014
This so surprising! You have to share it for all people in the world.
February 28, 2008
Your descriptive and graceful way of writing makes your poem ALIVE! It gives reason to celebrate every day.
Chaya H.
February 18, 2008
Thank YOU!
Thanks to all of you for contributing to the Jewish community through your creativity and passion. Let's keep it up - welcoming Moshiach with our celebration!
Monsey, NY
February 17, 2008
Beautiful! Thank you.
February 17, 2008
That was very uplifting! Thank you for sharing your work.