Published: October 6th, 2010
Latest update: June 10th, 2013
Title: Noach: Stranded And Branded
Author: Gabrielle Strauss
Publisher: Schnapps Press
Here is a volume about a man sublime,
Absolutely, incontrovertibly outstanding in his time.
A profound character study of ancestor Noach
Rendered in syncopated and metered rhyme.
With the vast resources of Midrash and commentary
Does the author Gabrielle Strauss in her foray assay?
To portray the calamitous antediluvian universe
That God in the Torah with aplomb forces at bay.
The appeal of the adventures of the denizens in the Ark
Branded and stranded become a decidedly diacritical mark.
For a brave new world that echoes the old and makes one ponder on
Which postdiluvian expedition this author will posthaste embark.
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My Jewish star was battered, indeed it was a wreck
But I picked it up anyway and put it around my neck
To know that hatred mangled it was surely very painful
But just the same to me it is still very beautiful.
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