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December 22, 1978 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-22

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24 Friday, December 22, 1918

Countries tire well culti-
vated, not as they are fer-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

tile, but as they are free.
— Montesquieu

Creative Writing by Seniors Offered in 'Writer's Corner'

"The Writer's Corner,"
the publication of creative
writing compiled by the
senior adults of the 10 Mile
Jewish Community Center,

For

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offers a wide range of topics
in its fall 1978 (Book Fair)
edition.
Norma Goldman of the
Wayne State University
department of Greek and
Latin languages and litera-
tures is the adviser to the
journal contributors. Mina
Stone is secretary, Martin
Eden is the artist and Ber-
nice Konikow is the typist.
The editorial board in-
cludes Eve Dishell, Mrs.
Goldman, Mrs. Konikow,
Sara Littman and Ethel
Silber.

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Konikow, Georg Lippmann, Ms.
Littman, Ruth Margules, Pearl
Frances
Markus
Miller, Bertha Mishcovsky, Jean
Beuthner, Driker,
Emma Cass,
David
Rubach, Joseph Shapiro, Ms.
Chait, Lena Chait, Ms. Dishell,
Silber, Helen Singer, Sarah Sla-
vin, Ms. Stone, Fay Weiss and
Engelberg,
Esther
Friedman,
Grote
Borchardt of Israel.
Rose Goldsmith, Stella Himmels-
tein, Rose Jaffe, Joshua Joyrich,
Herewith some excerpts
Rae Kendler, Sarah King, Mrs.
from the volume:

Oh, I Wish

By BERNICE KONIKOW

Marvelous are the myriad thoughts,
That wander through my mind,
A variety of different sorts,
Serious and frivolous intertwined.

I try to capture their essence,
Whimsical though they seem,
Skipping in on gossamer threads,
Fragments fragile as a dream.

Weaving a bright mosaic,
Sharing a mystic quality,
A beautiful kaleidoscope,
Awakening creativity in me.

The fleeting glimpse is so enchanting,
Imagination soars on wings,
I'm surprised and quite delighted,
With the inspiration that it brings.

I'd like to write exquisite phrases,
In charming poetry or prose,
From an elusive chain of reverie,
I have the incentive to compose.

If I could catch these random bits,
That come in swift succession,
Then I'd fulfill my dearest wish,
To mold them for expression.

• • •

Friday Evening

By MINA STONE
This is Friday evening.
As soon as I light my can-
dles — (which I still do
every week) — I begin to get
the old feeling of peaceful-
ness. My table is covered.
But I do not have any halla
nor do I have any wine on
my table. But my Bobe's pic-
ture is before me.
I can hear Bobe's ioice
saying the prayer, lighting
the candles and turning
around to face us children
and smile at us while say-
ing, "Gut Shabbos, kinder-
lach." How wonderful it is to
go back into a world of such
tranquility even for a short
while.

• * •

Time

By ROSE JAFFE

Time oh Time you have played me false
led me to think life was a waltz

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Fashioned me with loving care
Put the skies
in my eyes
a glint in my hair
grace in my feet
and sent me to meet
my true love

Come walk he said and talk with me
of things long past and yet to be
but Time oh Time you played me false
whispered there's time
now's the time to waltz
and so we spun around and around
heads in the clouds
feet scarce touching ground

Then suddenly my true love was gone
taken by Death myself left to mourn
now worlds and worlds are we- apart
of lead my feet my eyes my heart
and what of the walks
and what of the talks
oh what of what was to be

Naught but time empty time is all I have left
Time played me false and I am bereft

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