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  Aharon Horwitz

Published on: 8/9/2010
Reserve Duty #1

Last night through no one's fault of their own
greedy Greek gods laughing
we shot the dimwit who
stupidly climbed our fence

Published on: 8/9/2010

a Chautauqua morning in Jerusalem
crisp, clear
The Bethlehemite works on the satellite dish
She drinks chocolate milk from a small plastic pouch
Her bangles jingle and sparkle
It is a work day, but somehow, traffic abides
90 threat warnings, and not a cloud in the sky

Published on: 8/9/2010
After Eden

And the brothers looked out and saw the Garden,
Day after day. And they saw the flaming sword,
whiling away, day after day.
And the Lord said, Cain, you shall not go back to the garden.
And the Lord said, Abel, you may enter Eden.
And Cain watched as the sword flickered and his brother
Walked and entered the Garden. And day after day he watched
Until his brother came calling, saying, Cain,
And Cain rose up and slew his brother Abel.

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