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Light, joyful poetry you will not find here. These are poems infused with passion, with pain, with indignation, and especially with anger, as Herb Brin sweeps through millennia of Jewish history, directing his fury at the persecutions of the Crusades, the Inquisition, the travesties of war and especially the Holocaust. Brin also writes movingly of the California Gold Rush, of his travels through Mexico and Guatemala. He encompasses the passing of human life, conveying the innocence of childhood, the agonies of childbirth, the sorrows of aging. Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel wrote: “Your poems are timeless: poignant, eloquent, thoughtful. Your voice, Herb, penetrates the Jewish soul, for it brings such ancient fears and hopes to life.”
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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