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Wild Flowers: From a Garden of Jewish Verse

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Length: 71 pages30 minutes

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Songs of love, songs of war, songs of faith, and songs of spring. Here is an unusual collection of poems reflecting the dreams and sense of wonder of a gifted, sensitive Jewish poet who is able to convey the tenderness of man’s agonies and loves, his despairs and his hopes, his failings and dreams of a better world. Herb Brin’s poems resonate with a deep sense of history, from the battlegrounds of the second World War to the era of Kennedy, from reflections on the horrors of the Holocaust to the miracles of faith, tinged with hope for a better world.
Herb Brin was well-known as a courageous journalist and publisher. But as an internationally known poet, he also built a world-wide following for his brash style and unflinching passion.

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