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5666-NEW YEAR-1905, by JACOB KLEIN    Poem Text                
First Line: From old to new, with broadening sweep
Last Line: Held by the hand of god.
Subject(s): Holidays; Jews; New Year; Rosh Hashanah; Judaism

FEAST OF THE RAM'S HORN, by HARVEY SHAPIRO    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: As seventh sign, the antique heavens show
Last Line: Scales in the sky until that judgment's done
Subject(s): Rosh Hashanah

FOR I WILL CONSIDER YOUR DOG MOLLY, by DAVID LEHMAN    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: For it was the first day of rosh ha'shanah, new year's day, day of remembrance, of ancient sacrifice
Subject(s): Rosh Hashanah; Jews; Worship; Dogs; Judaism

HIGH HOLY DAYS, by JANE SHORE    Poem Source                
First Line: It was hot. A size too large
Last Line: Spat like jonah from the whale %back into the jew-hating world
Subject(s): Fasts And Feasts; Jews; Rosh Hashanah; Yom Kippur

NEW YEAR, by MELANIE NOEL    Poem Source                
First Line: Today, the first day of the new year, feel my feet
Last Line: From his hand, the child inside asleep on unseen waves
Subject(s): Rosh Hashanah

NEW YEAR'S, SELS., by CHARLES REZNIKOFF    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: This is the autumn and our harvest
Subject(s): Rosh Hashanah

ROSH HA-SHANAH AT UPPER RANGE POND, by ROBERT M. CHUTE    Poem Source                
First Line: Bundled in jacket and hood
Subject(s): Rosh Hashanah

ROSH HASHANAH, by BARBARA SIEGEL CARLSON    Poem Source                
First Line: Rosh hashanah sounds like
Last Line: I'll peel the skins %that bear pulp rich as blood, %red as poppies, my tongue burning %away my singl
Subject(s): Rosh Hashanah

ROSH HASHANAH, by JOSEPH K. FORAN    Poem Source                
First Line: I stood, today, in a temple
Subject(s): Rosh Hashanah

ROSH HASHANAH, by PENINA MOISE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Into the tomb of ages past
Last Line: With hopes revived the festal greet!
Subject(s): Faith; Jews; Rosh Hashanah; Belief; Creed; Judaism

ROSH-HASHANAH, by JOSEPH KEARNEY FORAN    Poem Text                
First Line: I stood, to-day, in a temple
Last Line: Their strength must nobler grow!
Subject(s): Jews; Rosh Hashanah; Judaism

THEY'VE ROLLED THE PARCHMENT, by SHIRLEY KAUFMAN    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
Last Line: As an old sweater %pulled over my head
Subject(s): Arabs; Jerusalem; Jews; Middle East - Conflicts; Palestine; Rosh Hashanah