After The Holidays. Poetry by Pesach Rotem

AFTER THE HOLIDAYS

Sukkot
Has come and gone.
The autumn rains are here.
The winter rains will soon bestow
Their gifts.

Pesach Rotem received his B.A. from Princeton University

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