He Ru Follow us: Make a7 your Homepage
      Israel Beat
      by Ben Bresky
      Poetry submissions, concert announcements, Israeli and Jewish music news, interviews and new CD reviews.
      Email Me
      Subscribe to this blog’s RSS feed

      The Israel Beat blog is a place for poetry submission, concert announcemnets, upcoming shows and musings on Jewish music. The Israel Beat Jewish Music Podcast brings you live in-studio performances with up and coming Israeli musicians as well as interviews with the stars of the Jewish music world. Plus your music requests and the free CD give-away air live on the show. Past interviews have included Matisyahu, Avraham Fried, and Miri Ben-Ari. The Beat with Ben Bresky broadcasts live every Sunday from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Israel time on Arutz Sheva - Israel National Radio. For more info email bbresky@israelnationalradio.com.

      Israel Beat archives
      old Israel Beat archives
      Israel Beat Facebook Group
      Israel Beat YahooGroups
      Israel Beat MySpace
      Arutz7 Jukebox English
      Arutz7 Jukebox Hebrew
      Arutz7 Jukebox French

      Elul 13, 5769, 9/2/2009

      Poetry Submission - Tzuri by Alan D. Busch

      by Alan D. Busch

      Teach me to be whoever I am.
      Share the secrets of Your sage text.
      Shape me into a vessel for thy purpose serve
      my portion may I merit in the next.

      Your mitzvos guide me along the path,
      chasing them lest I lose my way.
      I endure by the strength you provide me,
      the depth of my soul I deepen each day.
      How frail was I when You formed me,
      into my nostrils a soul You did breathe,
      fault me none too severely when I lapse
      from this world when you call me to leave.
      My fabric is torn I do need it mend
      I sew but to no avail it doth seem.
      Strengthen my stitch with resilient thread
      let my life’s fabric be “le’orech yamim".
      Alan D. Busch


      Tzuri - my rock
      mitzvos - commandments
      le’orech yamim - for length of days

      A wedding prayer for my friends whose names are Noam, "pleasantness" and Tehilla, "praise".

      To submit your poetry of Jewish and / or Israeli content send an email to bbresky@israelnationalradio.com with the subject line: Poetry Submission.