Poet, screenwriter and novelist. All for my own enjoyment.
A mothers screams Turned to bad dreams Motifs and rhymes to hide and disguise in melodies I spent my teens Smoking weed and evading police
My first experience of Jewish life in the military came early, and in the form of a person: a Naval Chaplain, tasked with tending to the spiritual needs of the several hundred recruits in my barracks.
Reminiscing on my early years Like the other day Encaging my rage For all the things I can't contain I medicated my violent ways
Jay Sekulow, a lawyer for President Trump, is currently celebrating the publication of his new book Jerusalem: A Biblical and Historical Case for the Jewish Capital. Chief among the arguments presented in the book is Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish nation-state and, inevitably, the right to defend itself against any threats.
40 days, 40 nights I looked in the mirror Felt a pawn, saw a king Turned to song, searchin' for the crown in me An empty throne that was a thorn in me
What is that? Is that music? I don't need that, I don't need a beat I don't need a metronome, I'd probably just turn to stone