Category Archives: Molodowsky (Kadya)

Blowing for Hope in the Face of Darkness

In honor of the upcoming Jewish High Holy Days, here is a 1945 poem by Yiddish poet Kadya Molodowsky in which “The Shofar Blower” faithfully sounds the traditional horn even in the face of utter darkness.

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