A Little Is Enough.

Author:Dor, Moshe

A LITTLE IS ENOUGH If I wrote a poem and read it to you from a distance of a thousand miles and heard your voice say despite the poor connection, "It is so lovely," or "It is so sad," I'd feel content. Afternoons, when the autumn wind sweeps in from the sea, all my hopes for the future go haywire, but the bougainvillea still spreads its crimson carpet on the roof of the shed. I don't know what the New Year clasps to its heart, and I don't want to. Moshe Dor, who died in June, was one of the founding figures of Israeli poetry. Both in Tel Aviv in 1932, Dor was the author of...

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