“Hello Joey,” she said as she came closer, startling him.
Archives for December 2018
Sasson Mag regular Joseph Cox has been enthralling readers with his ‘Torah Shorts’ fiction here on the site for months. But Joseph’s own life-story is every bit as gripping – and unusual – as his fiction writing.
Joseph spoke in Lashon HaKodesh to prove to his brothers that although he remained in Egypt for many years, he had maintained the degree of purity and holiness required to retain the language.
And all are embracing me
This beautiful song Doesn’t have a goal, It is the surf Emerging from the shoal It is the wind Blowing from the soul. Take every creation Let go of its button hole And it will rise. In everything that you learn In everything you do, Ignore what it will earn, And you Read more
A Serial Haiku Call to Spiritual Arms Darkness is a bluff, It seems like it’s forever, It’s gone in a wink. A tiny light bulb, Can light an amphitheater, So can your light too. Yoseph is a spark, Esav is a bale of hay, Doesn’t stand a chance. It’s easy to Read more
Inside, you imagine the streets are flooded,
I left. In the middle of the night, I left.
Let’s be a place where the soapbox is stored away and where minds can meet without being cut down to size, or narrowed in order to get along.
for seeing ibex leaping across desert sands