The spectacular difference: selected poems [Hebrew characters] Zelda
"The first major compilation of the poetry of zelda (1920-1984) in English translation, contains the hebrew originals, a long introduction, and notes to the poems."
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abyss Amos Oz Bad Neighbor beauty biblical Blessings Bratslav broken reed Call Out Silence candle Crippled Beggar Cyclamen dark death Denise Levertov distance Distant Shame dream dust Enchanted Bird English eyes flower Genesis Gershom Scholem gold golden fish ha'ayin Hasidic Hayim heart Heavy Silence Hebrew Hebrew Union College hidden Invisible Carmel Isaiah Jasmine Jerusalem Jewish Jonah Kabbalah kabbalistic Kerem Avraham king was alive Life's magic light Literally living mayim Mephiboshet Midrash Moon Is Teaching mother name given Nature and Spirituality night Notes Nothingness nprop onnn phrase Place of Fire plants poet Poppy prayer Psalm rabbinic Sabbath scent Season of Childhood shel Song Song of Songs Spectacular Difference Spirituality in Zelda's story Sun-Startled Pines Surely a Mountain Ta'anit Talmud Translating Zelda tree weeping woman words Yearnings Yom Kippur Zelda's poems Zelda's Poetry